weekly wrap up

weekly wrap up + design*sponge newspaper

by Amy Azzarito

It’s been a busy few weeks here at the Design*Sponge office. We (finally!) put the finishing touches on the 2012 Summer Newspaper and sent it off to the printer. On Monday, we’ll be posting all the newspaper details and letting you know where you can get your hands on one. To celebrate, we threw a little camp-themed office party. The Jewels of New York, who contributed recipes to the newspaper, made us delicious sandwiches, strawberry shortcakes (in tiny mason jars!) and a minty cocktail. We had Smilebooth on hand (after the book tour, it’s become a bit of a tradition), and our amazingly talented summer intern, Maxwell Tielman, created a fun map backdrop, and everyone got into the summer camp spirit! We even had a craft station where people could make friendship bracelets, beaded necklaces, potholders and God’s eyes. It was such a blast — although we did learn that we need to invest in an office air conditioner! On that note, I’m heading out a little early to Connecticut to escape the NYC heat, and Grace is doing the same in San Francisco, but heat or no, we’ll be back Monday! Enjoy your weekend! xo — Amy

Below is a summary of this week’s highlights:

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