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THANK YOU // ampersand design studio buzz 11.07.2013

We’re always so surprised and grateful when we see the things that we love designing pop up in your homes, your blog, or your instagram feeds! Seeing any of our products out in their new homes always makes us smile and we are so grateful to each and every one of you that has supported our design business and our shop! You are literally the reason that we do this! You give the things we design a whole new life. Thanks to all of you for the support and for those of you that have shared the images here!

XOXO – Morgan & Carrie

1 100 layer cakelet’s modern girl’s nursery (get it here: gold & turquoise ampersand ) // 2 Sugar & Cloth’s animal memo holder DIY holding our business card // 3 Adore Home Magazine‘s tour of Sally Rhys-Jones home  (get it here: C’est Tout on black) // 4 @sugarpaperla’s instagram ( get it here: neon pink ampersand) // 5 100 layer cakelet sharing camille styles‘ daughter’s first birthday party (get it here: diamond ikat monogram plate) // 6 The Vault Files Obsession File iphone cases  (get it here: petal leaves, hello, heart you, colorblock, abstract stripes) // 7 @Tobe_Reed’s instagram (get it here: gold on white ampersand) // 8 Honest to Nod blog (get it here: C’est Tout print) // 9 BHG Style Spotters: Black & White Delight (get it here: C’est Tout print) // 10 The Everygirl featuring Jacqueline Clair’s NYC Studio tour (get it here: neon pink ampersand) // 11 Philly blogshop giveaway (get it here: C’est Tout print) // 12 Redesign Revolution featuring our gold table runner DIY // 13 Modern Eve’s best of glam iphone cases  (get it here: abstract stripes iphone case) // 14 The Edit: Lisa Butler’s American made picks (get it here: Just Keep Going) // 15 Taylor Sterling’s baby’s nursery (get it here: gold & turquoise ampersand) // 16 @madesigns’ instagram of office favorite art  (get it here: turquoise ampersand print)

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shop Jen loves Kev 08.21.2013

We have loved following the life of Jen, of Jen loves Kev, for quite some time now! Her fashion and general style is always spot on and we followed along through our own pregnancies through her preggers posts, so in a sense, we feel like we know her well, although we’ve never met! It’s no surprise that every once in a while, when Jen decides to create something new for her etsy shop, we are her number one fans, and this time is no exception! Check out these beautiful hand-painted beads that she just started making! The only problem is deciding on which one we NEED!

  1. Jenloveskev

    Aww this is just the nicest post. Thank you so very much!! I am honored.

    August 23, 2013 2:00 am
  2. Ursula

    Hello! I am stunned by the detail work of these beads. Very cool.

    August 24, 2013 3:33 pm
  3. Melanie

    these are so fun!!! Dainty yet colorful; so unique.

    August 26, 2013 3:08 am

thanks for the feature Better Homes & Gardens 04.25.2013

We were thrilled to see not one, but TWO of our art prints featured in this darling twin baby nursery inspiration board for Better Homes & Gardens: So Happy Together // Blue for Two! Thanks to Joni Lay of LayBabyLay.com for putting this together! Just perfection!

our screen prints featured: gold ampersand on turquoise // C’est Nous heart print

Playing with Type book 03.20.2013

Look mom, we’ve been published!!!!!

Our set of ampersand prints have been featured in the book, Playing with Type by Lara McCormick!!! Ahhhhh. We were literally squealing when we got this in the mail!! We’re honored to be a part of a such a cool book and highly recommend you guys all check it out! Here’s a little description from Rockport Publishing:

Playing with Type is a hands-on, playful approach to learning type application and principles. This engaging guide begins with an introduction to the philosophy of learning through the process of play. Along with a series of experimental design projects with an emphasis on type, the author provides designers with a “toolkit” of ideas and skills developed through the process of play. The awareness and sensitivity to type styles, forms, and type choices gained through these visual experiments will increase the designer’s confidence in their personal and professional work. This book can be used in the classroom or independently, and readers can go directly to exercises that appeal to them.”

Pick up a copy and look for us on pg. 31!

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