CHRISTINE SCHMIDT is the founder of Yellow Owl Workshop, a company known for its distinctive designs printed with natural materials. Their products are carried in more than 500 stores worldwide, including West Elm, Urban Outfitters, J. Crew, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and SFMOMA. Yellow Owl Workshop has been featured in Dwell, Martha Stewart Weddings, the Washington Post, and on websites such as Daily Candy, Design*Sponge, and Apartment Therapy. She is also the author of Print Workshop. Christine lives in San Francisco with her husband, Evan Gross, and her daughter, Emmy James.
Yellow Owl's Little Prints: Stamp, Stencil, and Print Projects to Make for Kidsby Christine Schmidt
A new take on DIY projects for kids. Personalized, handmade items are a meaningful way to show your love for a baby or child. Christine Schmidt, author of the/b>
Celebrated indie artist Christine Schmidt offers 25 hip, imaginative, and personalizable decorations, toys, puzzles, and keepsakes for children using simple hand-printing techniques.
A new take on DIY projects for kids. Personalized, handmade items are a meaningful way to show your love for a baby or child. Christine Schmidt, author of the bestselling Print Workshop and the creative force behind the acclaimed Yellow Owl Workshop line of artisan stationery and home accessories, shares her inspired ideas for making easy, yet entirely unique items for children from newborns to school-aged. Using stamps, stenciling, and other hand-printing techniques, design-savvy parents will be able to make quick kid-friendly projects that will be cherished for years to come.
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I've been waiting for this second Yellow Owl Workshop book! Just like in her first book, Christine Schmidt has gathered her original ideas and explained them so well that even people like me who have high hopes but not much talent can make great looking projects. I've already completed two and it has been as much fun making them as it was seeing them being opened and enjoyed. She makes even non-artists look creative!