Tuesday, September 3, 2013

What: A modern, refreshing approach to planning and celebrating with a priority on design, community and quality handmade goods/services. Sip, socialize and shop Columbus' best in weddings + events.
Where: 400 W. Rich Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
When: Saturday, September 7th 2:00pm - 9:00pm
Who: Brides, grooms and partiers. Come sip, socialize and shop Columbus' best in weddings + events.
Let's paint the picture for you...
Doors open at 2:00pm. Sip down artisan cocktails while socializing with the talent and picking out goods for your upcoming wedding or event. Musicians will be playing throughout the day, but make sure to stick around till 7:00pm. Local bands and DJ's will be lined up to show off their chops for a dance party reception. 
Presale: $10 (August 5th - September 6)
Day of the show: $15
Saturday, September 7th, 2013
Market Hours : 2:00PM - 9:00PM
Booths Open: 2:00PM 
Dance Party/Reception 7:00 - 9:00PM

Sunday, July 28, 2013

Not Just Work

We're very honored to be a part of our uber talented friends over at Derk's Works blog series, "Not Just Work", capturing those who truly have passion for what they do. We hung out one night, had some drinks, and talked All Together Now and
why we love planning and designing (especially in Columbus!). This city is mighty and full of innovative, diverse, and artistic folks that make Columbus a thriving place for passions to live. It's home to so many small businesses lead by inspiring entrepreneurs redefining standards in both style and taste and we're all the more excited for Make My Day, a wedding and event marketplace, showcasing and connecting these small businesses and artists with likeminded partiers in the city. Did we mention Derk's Works will be there?!

Monday, February 18, 2013

Afternoon (Crafting) Delight

I own a stupid amount of crafting junk. I mean, it's awesome, but it takes up tons of space in the office and Roam About Mike is usually scowling at me after I have blown up my craft room the office after another crafting binge. While making resolutions this year, I have decided to use up the crafting supplies that I currently have instead of buying more. Also, I love sending handwritten notes and letters, so having an afternoon stationery party for one was inevitable.  

What I used:
- Kraft and white paper card stock (Michael's)
- Glitter card stock and hole punch (Archiver's)
- Miscellaneous tags (On Paper)
- Stamp kit (Martha Effing Stewart)
- Gold, white and black stamping ink

Congratulations cards filled with glitter confetti. When you are congratulating someone, it's not complete unless you are throwing confetti in their face.

 I used a large circle sponge to add some gold shimmer.

These cards were given to me a long time ago, I just stamped over the snowman design. You can also do this with vintage postcards, flashcards, book pages, etc.

So, dig out your crafting junk and use your creativity to make do with what you already own. Then, next year, we can get all new supplies. Happy creating!

Love, Marti