Last summer we created paper doll inspired invitations for the preview of BHLDN‘S fall season. We used a mix of watercolor and 3D elements to highlight the new collection.2 comments
The Blue Bird. Signed with the name Harald Jordan. A favorite poster from a favorite place. I’d love to go back soon with the whole family.
Bird & Banner “Dreamy Peony” invite now available at Wedding Paper DivasNo comments
Bird & Banner invite now available at Wedding Paper DivasNo comments
Nicole recently visited the Lancaster Quilt & Textile Museum, before it closed. Sadly, it’s now only open for special events. These pictures are of some of the quilts that at one time hung in the Esprit headquarters.
From the LQ&TM website:
Lancaster County Amish Quilts —The Lancaster Quilt & Textile Museum’s permanent collection showcases quilts produced by Amish women in Lancaster County between the 1870s and the 1940s. The Quilt & Textile Museum’s permanent exhibition is what many scholars consider to be the finest collection of authentic late 19th-20th century Amish Quilts indigenous to this region. Formerly known as the “Esprit Collection”, it was the brainchild of Doug Tompkins, a founder of the Esprit Corporation, who began collecting the quilts during the 1970s. In 2008, six of the quilts from the museum’s collection were listed as National Treasures by the National Endowment for the Humanities.