Sunday, April 7, 2013
I just wanted to drop a quick reminder that I changed my business name, shop location and blog.
-My new shop, Lindock, has been open for a number of months now and offers a wide range of products made from salvages, vintage and sustainable textiles. There you will find messenger bags, tote bags, pencil cases, coin purses, wallets, key fobs and more. I am also working on a new addition: quilts!
-My new blog can be found here. It is my new place for sharing ideas/inspiration, projects, work life and personal life.
Posted by Belrossa at 7:30 AM
Monday, December 3, 2012
Friday, November 30, 2012
Lindock Bag Co. has finally launched it's first line of goods!! I opened an etsy shop earlier this month, check it out Here!
About Lindock Bag Co.:
Lindock offers a continually rotating line of unisex bags and accessories handcrafted from salvaged, vintage and sustainable textiles. Run out of a tiny apartment in the heart of Green Bay, WI, Lindock strives to create sturdy and functional items that are suitable to everyday use.
Where you can find Lindock Bag Co.:
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
I love the look of pixel art (also see Scrabble Pixel Art DIY). I decided I had to make another piece of pixel art after I saw Design Heaven's DIY : Pyramid Painting. I look their tutorial and made my own piece of art, and here is how I did it:
-Paper. You can also use an art canvas, fabric, wood...
Skill level - easy
-Cut the potato in half and carve design/image for stamping. For my pixel are, I cut a basic square shape.
Put a little paint on the plate, dab the potato stamp into the paint, press the stamp gently onto the plate to semi-even coat of paint on the stamp. And simply start pressing the stamp onto the paper in whatever pattern you desire. I stamped on the paper 3-4 time before re-inking the stamp.
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
-Last weekend I captured a last glimpse of the fall colors for the year
-My indigo plant is starting to blossom, and soon I can harvest some leaves to turn into dye
-Spiced Door County cider is my drink of choice
-My old man in his usual spot, enjoying in his usual activity
Posted by Belrossa at 12:01 PM