I am happy to announce that I will be launching my Fall 2014 collection of cards and some new stationery products in just a couple of weeks.
I will be selling my new collection for the first time at the Helsinki Design Market at the Cable Factory on 6 -7.09. You will then find me a bit closer to home here in Dalsbruk for September Open on 13.09. I am really looking forward to being able to meet my customers face-to-face at both of these events.
At some point in September I will also be launching my new collection on my webshop and they will be made available in stores as shop owners start stocking them (so far my cards are stocked in 8 stores in two countries but I am of course always looking for more so please be in contact if you would like my cards in your shop!)
My fall collection is inspired by harvest which is something that I get to experience first hand here at Vestlax Mellangård in our garden and through my husband’s farming work out on the fields. I have also developed a few larger products and box sets of cards that you can give as gifts or buy for yourself!
Hope to meet you in September at these events!
Congratulations, Amy!! 😊
"My spirits were excited, and with pleasure and ease I talked to him during supper, and for a long time after. There was no harassing restraint, no repressing of glee and vivacity with him; for with him I was at perfect ease, because I knew I suited him; all I said or did seemed either to console or revive him.
Delightful conciousness! It brought to life and light my whole nature: in his presence I thoroughly live; and he lived in mine. Blind as he was, smiles played over his face, joy dawned on his forehead: his lineaments softened and warmed”
- “Jane Eyre” by Charlotte Bronte
I have always felt that the action most worth watching is not at the center of things but where edges meet. I like shorelines, weather fronts, international borders. There are interesting frictions and incongruities in these places, and often, if you stand at the point of tangency, you can see both sides better than if you were in the middle of either one.
—Anne Fadiman in The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down