Wedding season is upon us! It is a joyous time of year. This year has been busy here at Studio Mamas! Between screen printing and florals for events, I’ve been hoppin’. These gorgeous wedding invitation suites, and journals, which were screen printed for a missionary to sell for her fundraising, are just a few examples of the work happening here. What a joy to work with such sweet designers and brides!!! I love it!!
What a pleasure to do the florals and provide the table settings for this styled shoot. It was a blast bringing Megan’s vision to life. Megan is a wonderful photographer, check her work out at http://www.meganjeannephotography.com. Calligraphy by Jenna Rainey of http://www.monvoir.com. Enjoy some pics from the day.
Time for a name change. Verve Printmaking was very limiting, to say, printmaking. Studio Mama’s is more encompassing of what goes on here. Verve Printmaking is now under the umbrella of Studio Mama’s, where art and beauty are created. The new name evolved from my daughter working here and calling it Studio Mama’s. It stuck.
Studio Mama’s a place to create beauty. I like it!
I love Christmas! I love sending and receiving cards! This year I screen printed these lovely 3 color cards to send to family and friends. The calligraphy was done by the amazing Jenna Rainey, of Mon Voir monvoir.etsy.com.
Merry Christmas, everyone!
I screen printed and foiled this Christmas card for my calligrapher daughter, Jenna Rainey. She is a very talented Illustrator, as well. The process of Gold foiling is one that requires time, and attention to detail. But that shine is dazzling!!!! Check out Jenna’s work on Instagram: @jennamrainey
My latest obsession: arranging flowers. I took an online floral arranging class at Nicolesclasses.com, and this was one of the assignments. I had a blast creating lovely flower arrangements and bouquets, and this assignment was probably my favorite!! The creativity you can pour into these, and get different looks, is unlimited. This one I think looks like it should be on a woodland fairy princess. Don’t you agree?