New project this spring that is up and running–an elevated vegetable garden table planter! After a good amount of research, I found this awesome mom-and-pop company in Cali, called Mini Farm Box, that makes all kinds of planters using cedar. It was exactly what I was looking for…perfectly sized for urban homes where you have… Read more »
I could eat dumplings for every meal for the rest of my life, and I think I wouldn’t have one complaint. But sometimes unless your fried dumplings have that delicious crispage underneath (you know what I mean), you’re kind of being cheated of the full deliciousness.
I get occasional hints at work and shopping g-friends that I tend to buy the same version of whatever dress or shirt or skirts that I already have. My response is always, “Well it’s because I know what will work and what won’t for my shape and height!” That said, they have a point…
It’s become a half-facetious project of mine to figure out what might qualify as “elegant loungewear” to wear around the house…
…a rustic vision of French lavender sitting pretty on my windowsill. i <3 farmers markets.
Had myself a little product development sesh this weekend and made a set of new notecards for our etsy shop. Check out the new listing HERE and photos of the work in progress!
We hung one of Mags’s earrings on the new flowers at our dad’s memorial
Bizarre Shopping for Your Viewing Pleasure
Eew! (You can get this at your local National Wholesale Liquidators branch. Just $3.99) Eew! again. Asian groceries are the best kind but they can be such a trip. This is an unidentified blob/organ mysteriously labeled “SEAFOOD DEPARTMENT.” just try to look away. I bet you can’t resist clicking on it for a better look…. Read more »
POSTSHOW: Ballston Craft Market, RocknRomp
A post-show recap is due… it was fun! but it was tiring. Our day started at 7am and ended at 6:30pm. Admittedly we were kind of miserable when we first got there. It was dreary, cold and wet. Debbie RocknRomp had just informed us that the music part of the event was up in the… Read more »
MousyBabe Makes Rings Too
So imoM is mostly a tribute to our dad’s artwork. After all, he did all the work, and we’re just exploiting it :-O But to add to the family jewels, Em recently rediscovered how to make these beaded rings that our mom taught us to make when we were little. I was pretty shocked she… Read more »
Exit Clov Still Life
Saturday afternoon Exit Clov promo-making
imoM Etsy Shop now open!
The imoM Etsy Shop is now open! It’s been a long time coming, and there’s still a lot more under construction. The listing is kind of small right now. We’ve included a few of the cards we still have in stock from last year. We also listed a new set of cards that will be… Read more »
so check it out, my new shoes made it onto Brightest Young Things! susan and i might look a little drab and out of sorts (anyone would after susan’s grueling 12-hour work day), but at least my shoes made me proud with their sparkle* and shine. the DCist and Brightest Young Things captured one of… Read more »
Lil Kim Rides the Metrobus
There’s this homeless lady who always hangs out at the 42 bus stop for in Adams Morgan around 5 or 6pm. She’s pretty nice and harmless but she looks hella scary and has big googly eyes that make it hard to make eye contact with her when she asks for change. So obviously she appears… Read more »
Exit Clov Plays Rock’n’Romp! And imoM too
Exit Clov will be playing RocknRomp, the DC show series known for being family friendly and fun. This is the first time we’re playing RocknRomp, so it’s thoroughly exciting. Even better is that we managed to snag a vendor booth for imoM at the Ballston Arts+Crafts Market (the show is part of this craft fair). … Read more »
Hurray! We’re official for Crafty Bastards 2008
imoM’s officially going to be a vendor at this year’s Crafty Bastards Festival! admittedly, we’ve only done one imoM show so far, but based on how fun it was last year it’s got to be one of the best craft festivals around. Here’s some pictures from our humble booth last September. It was our first… Read more »