Mollie Makes!

Gah! I just received Issue 25 of Mollie Makes magazine and guess who’s inside? 
EEEEEK! Crazy! I was so flattered when they asked me in for a “tea and chat”, as only the English can do. It’s a Q & A column with artists/designers and I have no idea how I got thrown in the mix. They gave a sneak peek on their blog a couple of weeks ago with this image, which I think is one of my favorites:
This shoot was the very last one I did with Amanda Thomsen before leaving Copenhagen and I must say, the preparations for it were the so stressful and frankly, awful. I remember it was raining for the week leading up to it and as I gathered props for it around town I had to lug it all on my bike back and forth and back and forth. I don’t recall being a happy camper. And the shoot itself was a stressful too because we had no light in the apartment and we were fighting it the whole time. But Amanda is the best so it turned out great. And Charlotte Rivers of Lottie Loves did the interviewing and she is the best, so all is well.

I noticed that Barnes & Noble and Joann’s Fabric sell Mollie Makes. I don’t know if issue 25 is on stands yet, but check it out! It’s a great craft resource from the UK.

There were some really great shops around Copenhagen that let me borrow some props and I have to give them a shout out: Carmen, is a darling vintage shop, FN92, an amazing vintage dress shop, and Butikk Nø. Thank you thank you thank you! And thank you to Josh for helping out that day. And a huge thank you to Maria of Wallnut. Thank you thank you! 

OH and also! Congrats to Amanda! You are the winner of the Cheer Up Mouse giveaway! I’ll be contacting you shortly.

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