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  • July 29, 2016 Brooke Rawlins

    The Best of Summer

    This summer has us feeling both grateful and totally inspired. We've had opportunities to collaborate with a handful of very creative women, including the succulent-whisperer, Angelique, of Fairy Blooms who provided us with succies to create this succulent fairy. Vicki created this summery wonder using farm fresh bouquets from the new Venice, CA-based flower company The Bouqs. Plus, we couldn't be more excited to be working with the shampoo company for curly girls, Deva Curl! Most recently they adorned their event spaces for their "Froday" festivals in LA and New York with larger than life prints of our "big-haired" flower girls! 

    Sister Golden was featured around the web from Mashable to PopSugar, Bored Panda, the Gardenista, and Buzzfeed Japan. You can also find our photos shared on Instagram by inspirational accounts with a million+ followers like @designmilk, @realsimple, @betterhomesandgardens, @dibujoses, @artfido, and many more.

    New flower prints were added to the shop including this Frida and Audrey Hepburn. We also welcomed a new Portland-based artist, Katie Mudd, to the shop with these amazing mugs made exclusively for us (matching pitchers coming soon). Customer favorites like our boob pots and african baskets are back in stock too. 

    Summer really has been sweet, spending a few (plus a few more) days in our favorite place, Door County, WI, where Vicki spends time in her garden and I spend time paddle boarding on the lake. 

    Find us on Instagram, Facebook or Snapchat (sister_golden). Leave us a comment and let us know what you've been up to!

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  • June 25, 2015 Brooke Rawlins


    There are so many amazing spaces flying around the Pinterestsphere – if you're on there, you know. I try to pin as many as my little (big) fingers will allow, and have fun going through the mass amounts for inspiration, or just to daydream, on a regular basis. So, we thought it would be fun to pick out some of our favorite rooms, specifically those with really well done art wall arrangements, and use good ol' photoshop to pop Sister Golden pieces into the existing frames. Its a good exercise for us to see which photographs, prints, flower faces, etc. look great together, and kind of a cool way to visualize them in a real life scenario, similar to how you might frame and hang them in your own home. Check out our favorite combinations below! 

    Original wall pin / Night Eye / Frida III / Another Sunset

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  • June 19, 2015 Brooke Rawlins


    Hi everyone, V here! I’ve been painting, drawing, and working with many different textiles for years, but if you would of asked me a year ago if I could picture myself making portraits out of twigs and flowers, I would of said "you're crazy!". Well, call me crazy, because I’m not only doing just that, but I’m pretty much addicted to the process too. Because, no matter the art form I’m working in, it’s all about the process for me. There’s something very challenging about getting those twigs and flowers to just balance against each other, no glue holding anything in place or making anything permanent in any way. I mix and balance different textures, shapes, and petal colors, to get an eye or a lip to look more expressive or unique, like in this new portrait of Frida Kahlo.

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