I’ve felt stifled by social media lately and I’ve had to remember that while I’ve found a great tool to share my endeavors on my channels, social media itself is not a viable medium for my creative expression. It’s always changing, and I ove words and always have. But I must admit I often skip... Continue Reading →
Join Joseph and me for one of our exciting woodworking or marketing workshops at the Charleston Woodworking School this spring! Classes include: -Intro to Woodworking Handtools - Saturday, April 27 or May 11 -"Telling Your Story" Marketing Workshop for Creatives - Tuesday, May 21 Learn more about the classes and sign up here.
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Woodworker Lynette Breton’s heirloom flower presses are made to preserve history in more ways than one. In addition to their purpose of saving flowers and precious memories, the presses themselves are constructed from repurposed historic materials. As Lynette resides in Harpswell, Maine, there are plenty of opportunities to find those storied materials in her area.... Continue Reading →