Renegade Austin was a blast! We are so thankful to everyone who came out to see Satchel & Sage. The best part about participating in Renegade is the people. We met so many inspiring artists, and enjoyed meeting and greeting the Austin community. We would also like to thank the Renegade gang; they are such an awesome group of folks y’all. Check out our studio tour with them on the Renegade blog. See you at Renegade San Francisco: July 27-28!
Photos by: Elisha Marie
If you are in the Austin area, stop by and visit Satchel & Sage April 6th at the Etsy pop up event at West Elm.
If you’ll be in Austin Nov. 2-4 please come out to see Satchel & Sage at Feliz!
Here are the details:
Friday, November 2nd 6-8pm: Meet and Greet Party at the Austin West Elm (1011 West 5th Street) with live leather tooling by CANOE and refreshments for all. Come sneak a peek at some of the goodies that will be at the Sunday Sale and meet some great folks.
Saturday, November 3rd: Workshops led by our FELIZ artisans at Casa de Luz (1701 Toomey Road). Check out the workshop page for details.
Sunday, November 4th: FELIZ holiday sale featuring 27 local and national artists, makers and craftspeople. Sale is 12pm-6pm at The Palm Door (401 Sabine St). Free to attend!
It’s here!! the brand new Satchel & Sage website.
Our shop Satchel & Sage will be participating in the Renegade Craft Fair May 19-20. If you are in the area please stop by our booth and say hi!
There is a frozen yogurt shop dangerously close to my house. In search of a more affordable and even easier to access alternative, I broke out my neglected Cuisinart Ice Cream Maker and made fro-yo for the first time. It turned out delicious, low fat, and refreshing. I used a basic fro-yo recipe from the Cuisinart manual and modified it by using chobani greek yogurt, 1% low fat milk instead of whole and adding chocolate chips.
Very Berry Chocolate Chip FroYo Recipe :
Preparation: about 15 – 20 minutes; 25 – 30 minutes chilling time; optional 2 hours to “ripen” in freezer.
Makes about eight 1/2-cup servings.
2 cups lowfat vanilla yogurt
1/2 cup 1% milk
1/4 cup sugar
1 12-ounce bag frozen mixed berries, puréed and strained to remove seeds
1/2 cup of chocolate chips
Combine the yogurt, milk, and sugar in a medium mixing bowl; using a hand mixer on medium speed, mix until sugar is dissolved, about 1-1/2 to 2 minutes. With the mixer on low speed, add the berry purée and mix until combined, about 30 – 40 seconds. Turn the machine ON, pour mixture into freezer bowl through ingredient spout and let mix until thickened, about 25 30 minutes.
Cuisinart ICE-20 Automatic 1-1/2-Quart Ice Cream Maker, White
Hello love doves! I made these Printable Valentine’s Day cards for you. They print 4 to a sheet. Download them HERE. Enjoy!
After a long sabbatical, I decided to have a craft meet up last weekend. I’ve been zealously pinning terrariums all week, and set out to make one for every room in my house. Fortunately, I wasn’t alone in this plan and several other peeps wanted to join in and make DIY Terrariums. Thank you to my friends for your participation and enthusiasm–crafting is so much more fun when we are doing it together!
Here is what you need for the job:
Soil: sand, rocks, gravel- you can mix and match according to your plant of choice. I use rocks on the bottom for drainage and then add topsoil.
Plants: Succulents, Air plants, Ferns, Fake plants- fake moss or succulents look very realistic.
Container-Vase, glass bowl, light bulb, Mason jar, Starbucks bottle- you can use anything really, so get creative!
To amp up the cute factor, we added tiny animals and Miniature Toy Figures to our terrariums. For small figurines check the doll house section at your local craft store, or a 25 cent toy machine at the grocery store. I just thought of it, but a LIL HOMIES figurine would have been perfect …next time.
Gutting a light bulb is quite a feat, but we managed to achieve it without injury. Here is a great post via Hipster Home on how to make a light bulb terrarium. Also, another helpful resource for instructions is Terrarium Craft: Create 50 Magical, Miniature Worlds. For more pics of our craft meet up check out Kelsey’s recap via Minted Life and Monica’s recap via Nona’s Market.
My sister-in-law Tori lives out of town, but wanted to participate from afar. She created this beautiful table lamp terrarium.
P.S. For the occasion I made everyone these terrarium prints-
♥ Modern Fiber Lab- wool felt ♥ Dilly Pad -molded clay
Meet friend and fellow creative, Monica of Nona’s Market. She is giving away one of her adorable hedgehog onesies. You can keep up with her crafting adventures here on her blog. ENTER TO WIN: See giveaway details below.
WANT TO ENTER TO WIN?
- Just comment on this post!
You can also check out Nona’s Market on Etsy and Like Nona’s Market on Facebook.
GIVEAWAY CLOSED: Congrats Jamie Ohlsson You Win!
- Only one winner
- One entry per e-mail address is permitted. The winner is selected using random.org and announced on Friday as an update to this post.
- Winner may choose size of onesie (NB, 0-3m, 3-6m, 6-9m, 12m, 18m, 24m)