One of my latest articles at Verily Magazine doubles as a bunch of reasons why we should all hang out and make stuff. Just saying 😉 xx K Image Credit: Laura Hershey Photography
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Verily Magazine: De-Cluttering the Creative Mind
As a lady of many trades, creativity fuels both my work and play. And while this sounds like the perfect deal, it can certainly get overwhelming. It can be difficult to draw the line when your mind is never really takes a break from creating and making. I know I can’t be the only one. That’s why …
Verily Magazine: 3 Sneaky Things Retailers Do on Black Friday
As a lady who’s worked many Black Fridays, I’m pretty biased when it comes to this “holiday”. I’ve held my fair share of retail positions, many of which were at an outlet mall right outside of New York City. You can only imagine the type of customers that came through. Let’s just say, most of …
Verily Magazine: Faux-Fur Gloves DIY
Haruka Sakaguchi and I recently teamed up to bring you a posh & pretty project for Verily Magazine. This DIY was inspired by a $98 pair of gloves found at Urban Outfitters; our handmade version cost less than $30 to make! Click on over to Verily to learn how to make it.
Verily Magazine: Give Your Shoes a DIY Makeover With These Easy Embellishments
Loving my latest contribution at Verily Magazine: 3 shoes, 3 makeovers! We wanted to showcase just how easy it is to upgrade shoes that you already own – on a budget, especially. Haruka Sakaguchi (who also photographs the lifestyle pictures for this blog) and I had a blast working on these …
Verily Magazine: Embellished Wedding Sash
Brides-to-be, check out my latest DIY with Verily Magazine: a customized, handmade Embellished Wedding Sash. Extremely easy to make and perfect for the bride on a budget! Click here to read the tutorial, and click here to check out my other articles created just for Verily.
Verily Magazine: Metallic Lace Bracelet
Visit VerilyMag.com for a Metallic Lace Bracelet tutorial, created by yours truly! I have a (big) soft spot for metallics. Naturally, I’m loving this one. Click here to check out the tutorial. Photographs are by Haraka Sakaguchi. xo