Dropped these frames off @shoplittlegold
At first I was going to wait until November to drop them off because they are so festive feeling 🎄🎄 But I couldn't wait any longer. So happy early Christmas my friends! I think these frames will hang lovely on your wall year round anyways!
I used locally grown ferns and Queen Ann's lace, and the frames are made by hand of course 😽🌿🌿🌸🌸 #shoplocal
Beautiful, yet thorny.
Just like life.
Gathering flora and fauna to press as fast as I can before the inevitable hard freeze. I like to think, in my Emily Dickinson mode, that I am collecting these to write deep poems of reflection on “winter’s certain slants of light.” More likely, in February, I will glue them to cardstock while watching “Call the Midwife”. Don’t judge me Emily.
I added a few dreamy frames to my Etsy shop! (Link in bio) 😽
10 days away! 🐴 I’ll be at my old High School, JJ Pearce HS Saturday 27 + Sunday 28 at the @pearcepsetts
Since this is my first weekend off in a while, I’ll be prepping some new art, so mark your calendars 🌿
200+ vendors will be there, see you soon ♥️
Oh, and come say hi to my new team members @instantlykenzie
There's something about a pink rose..
He lived an ordinary Fern life. Growing lush next to his grandchildren. During the day he enjoyed soaking up the sun. Under the stars he was famous for telling stories.
Until one day a little blonde girl picked him, pressed him and forever framed him.
At first he was upset with this new lifestyle.
Hanging on the wall.
But then he began to enjoy the luxury. He'd never have to bare the weight of the west coast rain on his tiring ferns again. He'd never have to bare the thought of getting peed on by a not-welcomed passing pet. He could hang, in his gold frame only fit for a king; and greet the face of the little blonde girl who stared back at him.
He was adored. And his past Fern life was never forgotten. He, and everything that brought him to this day was perfectly preserved for all to admire.
will have that #FloralFix
These arrangements will last for years, not days and add a scientific, yet beautiful feel to your home’s art
THIS Friday | 7pm | $50 | Food, Drink, Fun, Urban Forestry (all free upon entry)
Tickets in bio
Working on some pressed flower float frames today for my Burlington High School Craft Bazaar On November 3rd.
Good morning! Tulip petals and a small white rose was used for this piece! Hope you enjoy!
That feeling when a customer shares a picture with you showcasing your art 💕 I don’t get to see where my pieces go very often, but when I do, it truly makes my day 🤗 #customershare
A wonderland scene from a dream ✨🦋 SOLD