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Monday, August 31, 2009

Martha's Halloween treats and new TV season

The summer is winding down and fall is approaching, which means Halloween and the new fall TV line-up are on there way. As you all know by now, we are big admirers of Martha and we just wanted to share a few things to be on the look-out for:

The fifth season of The Martha Stewart Show begins on September 14th, so be sure to tune in for a full season of fun inspired creative ideas for the upcoming holidays.

Speaking of holidays be sure to pick up the new
Halloween special issue on sale August 31st (how cool is that cover!). And also you can sign-up at MarthaStewart.com for the Halloween workshop, which begins September 7th. Remember, we won a great gift when we submitted pictures to her Easter workshop.

Friday, August 28, 2009

What we are working on this week

We hope you are all enjoying the last few weeks of summer. The weather here has been beautiful! The studio is buzzing with the production of Halloween and Autumn ornaments. Here are a few pictures of the work in progress. We are planning to launch the collection on Sept 8th so make sure have joined our mailing list so you won't miss out on this festive autumn collection. Supply is limited and they sell out quickly.

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Craft Schedule Update

With the Holiday Craft Show season fast approaching we thought we'd post an update on where you can find us. And we're very excited to announce that we are doing our first in-store trunk show this November. We'll give you more information on when and where in a later post. Meanwhile, if you are in the Boston area we hope to see you at one of the shows:

Wellesley Marketplace

Saturday, November 21, 2009 / 9-4pm
at the Wellesley Middle School

Sowa Holiday Market
Saturday, December 12, 2009/ 10am - 6pm Sunday, December 13, 2009 / 10am - 6pm
at the Cathedral High School Gym, 74 Union Park Street (on the corner of Washington Street)
In Boston's South End

Monday, August 17, 2009

Our interview with Cafe Handmade

A few weeks back we came across this wonderful virtual craft show website called Cafe Handmade while on twitter (are you on twitter? If so follow Swirly Designs!!). It's a website devoted to everything handmade and promoting buying handmade goods from independent crafters and artists.

We had the pleasure of being profiled on their website in the "In the Studio with..." section. It's a look into how we make our creations from the start and our thought process behind our collections. Check out the interview here and let us know what you think.
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