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8/11/12Guest Post: Satsuki Shibuya: DIY Biz Card Holder

hello friends of the jungalow! it’s so nice to see you again! the beautiful justina kindly invited me to come hang out with all of you while she settles in with her little boomba. i don’t know about you, but i can’t wait to meet her! i already have a feeling she’s going to be adorable. 


i heard through the grapevine that many of you are into crafts so i thought i would share a functional & quirky little project that you can do in just a few hours. not only will you be able to bring it with you during those summer barbecue networking events, but it would be a great conversation starter as well! are you ready? here we go!

need:
+ 2 felt pieces – 1 cut into 8″ x 3″ & another cut into 5″ x 2″ rectangles
+ 1 button (any size you like, although i prefer bigger buttons as an accent mark)
+ embroidery thread
+ embroidery needle
+ scissors

the rest is a piece of cake! hope you enjoy it & if you have any interesting moments that came out of creating this project, please do share! thank you for having me!
~Satsuki
Justina Blakeney Justina Blakeney

Designer, artist, stylist & mama. Founder and CCO at The Jungalow. Crazy for color, pattern and plants!

11 responses to “Guest Post: Satsuki Shibuya: DIY Biz Card Holder”

  1. Elena says:

    Thank you Satsuki and Justina! I’ve been needing a biz card holder :)

  2. bayernfee says:

    Justina,
    what a precious picture of your beautiful daughter! So very happy for you and your husband!
    Thanks for sharing.

  3. Shauna Nep says:

    Satsuki you are simply amazing! This is lovely.

  4. Such splendid simpleness. I can’t get enough of Satsuki’s illustrations. They’re so cute!

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