Happy Monday, friends. There’s been a lot of talk of our Big Sur trip, but we couldn’t help but do one last post dedicated to the enchanting escape we love so much. Whether it’s taking in the magnificent sunset on the Pacific Ocean or marveling at the glorious redwoods, there’s something about Big Sur that feels both powerful and healing. We have nature to thank for that, and all of the history that quietly speaks to us. Picking up treasures along the way from the Henry Miller Library, Deetjen’s (one of our favorite places on Earth), and Nepenthe, it’s as if everything takes on an even deeper, soulful meaning. We created our homage to Big Sur below and we hope you get to experience the same magic that we did. Take a look at our Journal Entry below, and to take part in our process visit Simone’s blog here. In case you’ve missed our previous Journal Entries, click here and here.
Magazine tear, antique key and hardware, beads and sequins, vintage shell necklace, vintage cactus earrings, quartz, vintage silk print from Kneeland Co., silk ribbon, Pacific Ocean postcard