It’s been ages. Which is an understatement. I’ve been doing stuff but not the things one might imagine.
Author Archives: springststudios
Markets & A Pop-Up Shop!
Apart from doing markets and making stuff I am also doing a Pop-Up Project with my good friend Ursula Bolch (formerly of Ursa Studio House) the last 2 weekends before Xmas.
Well, I did my first ever market stall and survived. Woo hoo! Thanks heaps to Craft Victoria for letting me participate in their special New Craft market.
My online store is officially open!
Yay! My shop is finally open. Just go straight to the menu or click on the link. http://springststudios.bigcartel.com/
Melbourne Benefit for Gaza
I just donated this brand new limited edition ‘Rezza’ Tea towel to the ‘Melbourne Benefit for Gaza’ silent auction. Continue reading
White bread catering
I never knew there was such a thing as white bread catering (maybe white trash perhaps?) Nor did I know that I was the authority on it. However, it came to light at my 40th birthday that it was one of my top 5 skills. Well, thank you! I mean, doesn’t everyone know how to make an Asparagus Roll?! And the devilled egg? It really needs no introduction. Growing up in the country, these were staples at afternoon teas, picnic lunches and, well, funerals. It’s the best thing about wakes – the food. Bring on the 70’s hors d’oeuvres I say. Volouvant anyone?!
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Powder on a page
Just finished doing 6 weeks of life drawing over at Big Pencil Studios. Continue reading
Knitted treats from my Mum
My mother is a brilliant knitter. She’s always making stuff for her grand kids and other peoples grand kids. So when she presented me with this beautiful jumper for my birthday I was rapt!
Then. Out of nowhere came this little beauty.
What great colours. Thanks heaps Mum!
Now I should probably leave the house at some point so I can actually wear them.
Caravan of Love
Meet COL (The Caravan of Love). A new addition to our automobile family. Purchased to use as a spare room, a possible recording studio (for my other half) and of course a mobile holiday house.
Lots of plans for the interior refurbishment – curtains, cushions, a bit of paint here and there. Although it will be hard to get rid of the original 60’s bark cloth upholstery… Oh my, I’m in love. Can’t wait to get it on the road!
Textiles at Harvest
The ‘super-school’ screen printing course at Harvest was brilliant! Continue reading