papernstitch

Blog URL:http://papernstitchblog.com
Blog Tags:design, style, art, decor, home, handmade, craft, diy, fashion
Country:United States
State/Province:Florida
Location:Jacksonville

Papernstitch is a blog focused on design and style, that features artists, makers, crafters, and indie labels, DIY projects and tutorials, fashion and home decor. A little bit of everything. Updated with new posts 4-6 times a day.



Latest Blog Posts



We’re headed back home this weekend, after a week long trip to Harbor Island. And I really, really, REALLY am not ready to get back into reality mode. But on the upside, there’s still a whole weekend of fun to be had. And plenty of DIYs t...

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There’s this little restaurant in Atlanta (Folk Art) that has a really good strawberry salad that I always order. Especially during the summer months because it’s light but filling. I’m kind of picky about salads…unless they i...

Summer is in full swing and I’m all about that outdoor life at the moment – even with the insanely hot temperatures in Atlanta this week. And to kickstart outdoor summer entertaining, I put together 5 easy DIY entertaining ideas in partn...

This post is sponsored by Skinny Cow. A while back, I started painting again (just for fun), as a way of getting out of my head and unwinding from my schedule. It’s been really nice to have something to zone out to lately, before I head home...

Tomorrow, Jeff and I are heading to Harbour Island with our buds Ash and Jared (Sugar & Cloth) for a week-long vacation. Before I head out though, I have some weekend DIYs to try. And I am full-blown obsessed with project #3 and 6! Click throug...

Aside from the kitchen stuff I’ve been playing around with lately, I’ve also been working on a more permanent solution for the studio seating area. I’ve been working on it off and on for a while now, but never quite landed on a sol...