Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Weekend in Tucson

Its been quiet here on the blog for awhile. But get ready!! I have a lot of new projects and stuff I want/need to share. I realized that I don't post many of my little travel exploits, most are just little road trips across the state and into California and Nevada. I have a few little snapshots I will sprinkle here and there over time. Most are taken with my iPhone but occasionally I break out the heavy duty Nikon for some "nice" pictures.
Over the weekend I took a little trip to see my boyfriend whose working down in Tucson. I brought all the pups (smiling poop emoji). I really really really enjoyed Tucson. We stayed near the downtown area, and there so many amazing little adobe houses, great food establishments and historic buildings. One other really great attribute of Tucson is the one hour drive up the Catalinas to the top of Mt Lemmon. You can get out of the heat and enjoy trees and fresh air. The view isn't too bad either. 

Monday, April 14, 2014


The sun is shining, the breeze is blowing and I'm working on some really great projects. I think this summer will be my busiest ever, but thats a good thing!

3 recent good things:
  • I received my custom printed fabrics
  • I sold at a local market
  • I was featured in the book Slow Fashion by LPP's Kelly Lynn Jones (more on that in the next post)

Snaps from Instagram and beyond:

Monday, March 31, 2014

Chihuly at Desert Botanical Gardens

A few weekends ago I was invited by some friends to see the Chihuly exhibition at the Desert Botanical Gardens. It was a beautiful day and the margaritas at the beginning of the walk made for an even better visit. 

Im busy working on the Summer collection, I have so much to post here so so very soon!!

<3 Karina

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

NEW: Ceremony Necklaces

Ive been experimenting with dyeing wood for a little while now and had a idea to incorporate some of these little exploits into a line of jewelry. Motivated by minimalistic design, asymmetry and texture I made a very small series of raw and indigo dyed wood necklaces. I added a few vintage and copper elements for good fun. They are now available in my shop and I hope you like them.