If you are looking for the perfect mothers day gift you are in luck! We’ve collected some of our mom’s favorite products to share with you guys.
1. Je T’aime Pendant 2. Canning Jar Pendant 3. “From the Kitchen of” Stamp Activity Kit 4. Rose Pattern Stamp Set 5. “From the Garden of” Stamp Activity Kit 6. Farm Stamp Set
And if your more of a card writer here are some of our favorite cards that would be just perfect for mom!
1. Sketch – Cat I Treasure You 2. Hello Lady 3. Pictogram -The Greatest 4. Dots & Dyes – Hearts 5. You/Me
You can still order today to receive your goodies by Saturday if you are in the US, so do something nice for the lady you call mom!
Wow! Ya’ll are making some cool stuff! We’ve been loving seeing all the stuff you are coming up using Yellow Owl products. Here are our favorites from the last couple weeks:
a special thanks to @inplanview, @allielovesart, @sparemetwo, @chewytulip, @marisasarto & @davidgeva!
Keeping making and posting with #madewithyellowowl
We are so excited to finally introduce our new textile kit, for dyeing and decorating fabric. It has been in the works for the past year, and everything is now just right! What is so special about this kit is the all new permanent liquid color. It flows like dye, can be applied like paint, and comes in a dripless applicator so you don’t have to worry about a huge mess.
The kit comes with the Indigo Blue Ink, scarf to decorate, protective gloves, and an instruction booklet with a bunch of different techniques for dyeing. Everything from tie-dye to painting with the ink! Seriously there are so many things you can do with it. Plus there is enough ink in the bottle that you can dye any other fabrics you’ve got, table linens, bedding, clothes, the possibilities are endless!
You can order yours right HERE!
Stay tuned for more picture and videos of different ways to use the ink and the kit! We are going to be doing projects with the techniques in the booklet, as well as exploring more!
Every so often I wonder what people are doing with our products after they get them, what kind of awesome creative projects ya’ll are coming up with. So we want to see what everyone is making with their stamps, what kind of stamps you are making with the Carve-A-Stamp Kits, what kind of designs you are making with the stencil kits on the totes or towels, how projects from the books are coming out, the doodles in the pocket notebooks, and anything else you are doing with your Yellow Owl goodies.
Here’s what I am thinking, when you make something cool take a picture of it, or the process of making, and post to instagram with the hashtag #madewithyellowowl and each week we will post a selection of those pictures here. Creating a sort of inspirational resource of all the possibilities of things to make!
We can’t wait to see everything you guys are creating!
Happy New Years!! Whether you are gearing up for a night out on the town or settling in for a mellow night in we hope you have had a wonderful year, we definitely have.
This past year has been filled to the brim with projects, new products, and even a new book(coming out in 2015!!)!
So here is a little recap of everything we got up to in 2014!
We kicked off the year with a fresh batch of pendants, and a brand new crafting kit! We loved making designs with those stencil kits!
All the girls hard at work, even Emmy!
Dude, we made so many new cool stamps it blows my mind a little bit to think about!
The new book started to come together. This photo shoot was a lot of fun and we will be share more behind the scenes bits in the next couple months!
Having fun, making art and stuff, thats what its about right?
The end of the year push for a few more new products just in time for the holidays, we dug the new holiday themed templates for the Carve-A-Stamp Kit!
We hope you have had a great year, and we will see you in 2015! It’s already feeling like its going to be a good one!
From all of us here at the workshop, we hope you are having a happy and delicious holiday!
We listen to music in the Yellow Owl Workshop studio all day long, and have long had a soft spot for fellow San Fran band The Aislers Set. Forming in 1997, the band released three cracking albums of ’60s-inspired, ’90s-bred indie-pop, before calling it quits in 2003 (boo). While they occasionally came back for sporadic reunion shows, this fall their three LPs will be remastered and reissued.
Listen to a sampler of one of our favorite bands.
09/22 – Seattle, WA @ Neumos
09/23 – Portland, OR @ Holocene
09/26 – Los Angeles, CA @ Echoplex
09/28 – San Francisco, CA @ The Chapel
This time next week we’ll be getting ready to visit our friend’s exhibition Muted Matter.
Opening Friday, August 1st, the show features new sculptures and drawings from Dallas Kavanagh. Hope to see you for a drink between 6 – 9 pm, otherwise you can catch the show until Friday, September 12th.
Five Pins Project
491a Guerrero Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
Hello, spring! After a long, dark and cold winter, we couldn’t be more ready for the weather to warm up and the days to get a little longer. Need more reasons to head outside? Nature is blooming, music festivals are heating up and the summer crowds are still at bay.
PureWow has rounded up a list full of a few surprises that will keep you busy all spring long. Here’s a few to keep on your radar:
Tassajara’s Summer Meditation Series:
Start your day with the easygoing Healing Power of Stillness class, which introduces the concepts of Zen Buddhism through restorative yoga. At night, meander down the creek to The Narrows, a clothing-optional swimming hole where you can sneak in a small bottle of wine and sip by moonlight.
Mendocino’s Whale Season:
Make a quick getaway to Mendocino before the gray whales head out of state. You have approximately three weeks to get to Mendocino to see these mamas with their newborn calves before they head out of state. So pack up those binoculars and get out of Dodge.
Second Act Marketplace Grub
Located in the old Red Vic Movie House–which screened quirky classics (like Harold and Maude) and indie films (such as the visually stunning doc Baraka) for 21 years–Second Act features five upscale food stalls. The airy, light-filled marketplace with handcrafted iron gates and a vintage-inspired paneled ceiling is a more design-centric version of Bernal Height’s 331 Cortland community kitchen.
Check out the full list here.
The San Francisco restaurant scene dishes up cuisine that will definitely tickle, and challenge, your tastebuds. Have a look at this list by The Manual of their 3 cant-miss places to dine and make the most of your next night out.
Anchor & Hope
This is by no doubt one of the best restaurants in San Francisco. After all, the city is right on the San Francisco Bay. Fresh seafood is brought in everyday. When unsure, start with the raw bar and try some oysters, mussels and shrimp before going for something a little more ambitious, such as the Rockfish with saffron rice, tomato, kalamata olives, fennel and calamari stew.
83 Minna Street
We tried one the most amazing cocktails we’ve tasted at the Salt House: the Tijuana Beehive. It has Pueblo Viejo reposado tequila, meyer lemon, dimmi liqueur, jalepeño honey and orange flower water. It’s better than any margarita we’ve ever had. Try entrées like the Coleman Ranch pork loin with bacon maple crust, artichokes, calcot onions and rhubarb marmalade, or their deconstructed take on the traditional Salade Niçoise.
545 Mission Street
Begin your meal with Faith’s warm ham and cheese toast, poached egg, jalapeño cream before going for the Étouffée, flounder with Gulf prawns, okra and tomatillo or the buttermilk fried Mary’s chicken with broccoli, smashed potatoes and bacon gravy. Top your meal off with one of their sinfully satisfying desserts, like the Butterscotch and Chocolate Pot de Crème topped with buttercrunch, or the Rhubarb-Almond Crumb Cake with strawberry ice cream, rhubarb compote.
342 Howard Street