Rifle Paper Co: holidays ornaments

Back to my studio after a fantastic and overwhelming experience in NYC at American Made, organized by the amazing team at Martha Stewart. But before I sort our images and the treasures I brought with me from the trip, I wanted to post these very pretty ornaments by Rifle Paper and Co. Being a fan of Anna Bond's work since the beginning of her brand, I was really excited when she picked the Italian cotton ribbons to complete the design of her holidays ornaments! I love her drawings! I will follow up soon on the American Made event, but meanwhile, thank you everyone that participated and helped during the event, to make it such an amazing experience for us vendors and demonstrators. Photos by Rifle Paper Co.

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