Handspun hand painted yarn, $24 from Moonlightbaker.
Button bracelet, $21 from Mom O Matic.
Ponytail holders, $4.50 from Gazzu.
Necklace, $42 from marie fly fly.
Watercolor, $22 by Karen Faulkner.
Felt pun, $12.75 by Lupin Handmade.
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Erika Jurney is the founder of Try Handmade. She loves the handmade and wants you to love it too.
Baggelboy: Artist and illustrator. At the moment I live in Cambridge a small medieval city on the edge of the world. Originally from London I came here to study illustration and found the medieval life suited me.
The linocut pictures I make come from a mixture of the fun side of our darker life and the fairy tales that Grandma used to tell us. They are firmly rooted in the tradition of Medieval woodcuts and early book printing but with a little twist in the tail. Some of these pictures will become book illustrations and others are workings for larger prints and posters.
If you’re searching for an alternative to traditional “children’s room art” look no further.
Tony, Mitch, Nikki, Dan, Omar, Mo, and Lauren have been “speaking to kids” through our graphic design work (mostly schoolbooks) since 1989. We thought it might be fun to brighten up kid’s walls with cute and fun prints (and we were itching to flex our creative muscles, too!). We hope you find something you and your kid can enjoy together.
We really appreciate your interest, ’cause it allows us to have fun and escape our day jobs (if only for a short time)…
You see, 3CD is a Chicago-based graphic design firm which has created a heck of a lot of educational work (that means schoolbooks). So who knows, you may have seen some of our handiwork in a classroom near you already!
We decided to offer KidStuff ’cause we like designing for kids and for the most part, we just never grew up!
Aren’t they great? $25 each, 3 for $65, or 4 for $85 from 3CD KidStuff.
I’m Anna-Rosa and I’m the curator of myLifebox blog and jewelry. I’m a half-Dutch/half-Greek girl, grown up in Athens, but living in the island of Crete for the last 5 years of my life. I grew up in a home full of design books, with a mom working in the field of interior design, so it goes without saying that I chose to become an architect.
The story behind my jewelry line is pretty simple though. Architects prowess at making things with their own hands, often make them believe that they don’t need to buy anything as long as they can make stuff for themselves. In essence, I started making jewelry for my self. However, I got a bunch of exciting comments and the next thing I know is my place being full of drawings and new materials to test.