I love this trend! My turn to try!
I was intimidated the last two years to give this a go but it wasn't so hard and there are many many resources on Pinterest to guide you.
Easter isn't really celebrated at my house but I enjoy a fun DIY project and trying new things. I planned to incorporate plant imprints but failed to find cheap pantyhose.
For dye, I used tumeric (yellow), red onion skin (brown) and purple cabbage (shades of blue). I was hoping the tumeric would give me less mustard yellow and more dijon yellow but I was quite happy with the other two colors. I left eggs in for varying times to create shades.
Here was my favorite Pinterest resource (although I consulted many). Read the entire article before you get started to prevent stains or other disasters!
Happy Easter all, I hope you were up early hiding eggs around your yard for someone to find.
St. Patrick's Day fun over on the Asheville Folk blog.
Green beer for all! And, more importantly, festive snacks for all. Recipes in the post!
A big thanks to Mr. Blaise Foret for modeling for the shoot and Philip Bollhoefer for helping cook up some food.
Remember to drive safe when out celebrating.
I've been back in Asheville for two years now and have had the pleasure to meet and work with so many local entrepreneurs, artists and farmers. It's been a pleasure to photograph a lot of these folks and share the story for what they do.
I'm excited to start the next phase of that service, product photography.
With so many talented locals, there are many stories to share.
It's my goal to bring your vision and skills to life. I want to learn about your process and incorporate your unique qualities into the final images.
If you're interested in this service, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or send a message via Facebook or Instagram. I look forward to meeting you!
Woodwork featured here by Spoon & Hook, can be found at Bomisch.