I’ve been so busy here at Camp Jojotastic lately! Writing for Anthology Magazine is such a fun outlet for me creatively. I absolutely love to use it as an opportunity to showcase tons of talented people and their different artforms. Here are a few of my posts lately.
Above: These watercolors by Malissa Ryder are absolutely stunning. I find the simplicity of them to be utterly captivating.
I have been lucky enough to be interviewed on HouseBeautiful.com today! In addition, I am also guest pinning for House Beautiful over on our board “Brights on White.” They asked me which trend I was feelin’ the most for home decor lately and the idea came so easily to me: bright punches of color with loads of crisp, optic white. It’s the height of summer and all I want is to surround myself with floaty white linens and modern, graphic pops of color. The white totally helps to tone down the intensity of color, don’t you think? Head on over to Pinterest to see more of our board and to get inspired!
Recently I started writing for the Anthology Magazine blog three times a week and, I must admit, it’s been super fun! It’s always great to step outside of my comfort zone and think about what a different type of audience likes. I tend to gear my posts more towards one-of-a-kind home decor items, particularly hand-made pieces. I also like to feature outstanding Etsy shops, when possible. It’s especially fun when I get to interview artists like Jen Garrido and Katie Rodgers of Paperfashion. Be sure to check out my latest Anthology Magazine posts!
Exciting news! I am the newest contributor to the Anthology blog! I’ll be blogging twice a week about all kinds of things, including the Wandering Thoughts series. Click here to check out my first post where Anne Sage curates her top picks for a soulful, peaceful treat!
If you follow me on Twitter and Facebook, you’ve probably already heard the news… but have you seen it?? I did a curated collection for Uncommon Goods! They approached me to peruse their website and pull together a range of items along any theme I wanted. Naturally, I stuck with what I know — food and design. My love of quirky kitchen gadgets is actually what inspired me to go into product design in the first place, so things like the garlic rocker have always held a soft spot in my heart, as weird as that sounds. Oh, and my favorite thing from this collection? Definitely the Jazzino glasses. I love the colorful bubbles, their topsy turvy stance, and their miniature stature.