Eado Vintage Celebrates Grand Opening

Eado Vintage Celebrates Grand Opening

The neighborhood east of Downtown Houston (known as “Eado”) recently celebrated the grand opening of Eado Vintage. The shop is nestled on the corner of Polk and Dumble Streets, in a small strip mall that is slowly coming back alive with local businesses. The owner- Jennifer Rowland has always had a keen eye when it involves […]

Trevon Latin: Crafting Alter Egos

Trevon Latin: Crafting Alter Egos

In my short adult life in Houston I’ve had the pleasure of meeting and getting to know a lot of local artists, and I mean, a lot! Today, though, I want to shed some light on a recent UH graduate, Trevon Latin. His art, inspired by a mix of human interaction and pure fantasy, is both gritty […]

Make Your Own Summertime Earrings – Shrinky Dink Printables

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Summertime! Swimming pools, snowcones, burgers and all your favorite moments of summer are in these cute watercolor printables. They are so easy to make into earrings, keychains, pendants and lots of other things. All you need are a couple of household supplies plus printable shrinky dinks. You can find blank printable shrinkies online here and […]

Welcome to Miami: A Summer Style Guide

Welcome to Miami: A Summer Style Guide

Cities like Houston, Austin, Miami, LA know what summer means. Most of the year is hot as the sun but business doesn’t stop when the heat kicks in. At Pop Shop, we teach workshops all summer long in which we’re lugging around supplies and working with kids in the middle of the day at libraries […]

Route 66 “Old Relics” Tour

Route 66 "Old Relics" Tour

Route 66 or the “Mother Road,” “Will Rodgers Highway,” and “America’s Mainstreet” as everyone refers to it nowadays has been America’s source for cross-country travel since 1926.  It originally ran from Chicago, IL through Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona  and ended at the Santa Monica Pier in California. According to Wikipedia, the road played […]

The Felt Art Wonderland of Once Again Sam

The Felted Wonderland of Once Again Sam Etsy Shop

This blog may contain affiliate links.  I certainly spend a fair amount of time on Etsy. Don’t we all? It really works that way–suggesting items, like little pieces of candy, leading us down the rabbit hole of hand-crafted treasures… Speaking of rabbits, one evening, I started a search with “cute taxidermy,” and ended up at a felted […]

Welcome to Catacomb: An Interview With The Brains Behind It All

Welcome to Catacomb: An Interview With The Brains Behind It All

On March 26th 2016, Catacomb Shop Houston closed! But don’t think it’s over for the founders Blake Jones & Ashley Cid. These two have been powerhouses of Houston design before Catacomb ever existed. We talked to Ashley Cid about what’s next for them. BB: What’s next for Milk + Honey Vintage? AC: In regards to clothing […]

Modern Designed 4th of July Desktop Wallpaper

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DOWNLOAD LAND OF THE FREE WALLPAPER Do you ever want to get into the spirit of the holidays without being a total cheeseball? For example, I love fireworks but I’m not much of a fan of red, white, and blue. I’m excited about the 4th of July but I like celebrating in a modern and […]

Grrrl Power & Aliens: Meet Punkheart Patches

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I would like to introduce you all to the ambitious Miss Wendy ‘Punkheart’ Martin. She’s the dreamer behind Punkheart Patches, an adorable brand of handmade patches and brooches. Her candy-colored badges are stitched up with lace and love and feminist power! Image by Kristin Leigh Images by Wendy Punkheart via Punkheart Patches Anyway, I think her […]

Meet Dawn Bell: The ‘Belle’ of Houston’s Vintage Scene

Dawn Bell Vintage Collector and Host of Houston Vintage Event

Dawn Bell is a gal after my own heart, as we are both artists and creative in terms of fashion and vintage style. Her career is vast, ranging from styling glamorous campaigns for Elaine Turner to spearheading Fashion Camp and Houston Vintage, both of which are gaining a following throughout the community. She also owns a warehouse/classroom/vintage […]

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