welcome, bbb craft sisters!

by Grace Bonney

today i’m thrilled to welcome a very special trio to the d*s guest blog: amy, sarah and anna blessing. the blessing sisters run a beautiful site called bbb craft where they share their love of handmade skills like knitting, needlepoint, crocheting, paper arts and collage. in addition to their work with a retail shop in santa monica and chicago, the blessing sisters spend their spare time creating lovely things and sharing them on their website. though i enjoyed growing up without siblings, when i hear about sisters, or any family members, joining together to create something special like this i’m always happy (and a tiny bit envious) that they let people like us in on their fun. so i’m thrilled to welcome amy, sarah and anna to the d*s guest blog this week where they’ll be sharing all sorts of crafty ideas.

today the bbb craft sisters will be focusing on nature-crafts, like these beautiful pinecones, coasters and branch lighting. click here to check out their full post and more great nature-inspired craft ideas.

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