Ms. Jeannie is never one to toot her own horn, but having prefaced what she is about to say with that disclaimer, she is adding a new category to her blog entitled Press Mentions, which will organize all the places around the web where Ms. Jeannie has popped up in conversation.
She likes this category not for the “look at me” neurosis but for the ability to showcase other talented creatives who have stumbled upon Ms. Jeannie’s shop and and interpreted her vintage items in their own unique way. Ms. Jeannie discovers so many fascinating people through these features, so many new ideas, so many new viewpoints, that’s what she’d like to pass on to you in these monthly round-ups. Possibly you will discover something new and exciting for yourself.
All of the photographs are clickable links that go directly to each source’s site so get your explorer hat on and ready yourself for a little getaway. In this round-up, you’ll head to to Britain (twice), fall in love with flowers all over again, be introduced to what is fresh and new in beachy cottage decor and be inspired by the possibilities of paper.
Happy inspiration! And a great big THANK YOU to all the ladies above for inviting Ms. Jeannie into your thoughts.
Also on quick side note: Ms. Jeannie just joined bloglovin’ which is a handy little organizer that allows you to collect, follow and read blogs from all over the internet in one handy little spot. It doesn’t matter if its a wordpress blog, a blogspot or a personal website – you just gather all the ones you want and every morning your bloglovin’ feed is updated and emailed to you.
Ms. Jeannie was over the moon that a set of her children’s books were mentioned on marthastewart.com yesterday! The piece was about a 17 year old paper artist named Lova, who creates all sorts of paper art, flowers, gift wrap, dioramas and such from vintage paper.
Lova chose Ms. Jeannie’s Etsy shop as one of her favorite sources for inspiration!
As a big lover of both paper art and Martha, Ms. Jeannie was doubly thrilled! To read the entire article, click here. To see more of Lova’s work visit her website.
A big BIG thank you to Lova and to Taylor at Martha Stewart!