What can I say that isn’t glowing and wonderful about Phindy Studios– absolutely nothing. This amazing husband and wife team are awesome and you know it. They came out to capture some shots around the store, and I’m so glad they did!
A random fact– I went to high school with both of the Phindys. The lovely Mindy was in my class, and we even had a few classes together & actually knew each other. I don’t stay in touch with many of my H.S friends, and I didn’t even know she was still in town and married to Phil until I “met” the Phindy’s last year. Phil was in the class below mine and I didn’t know him, but I still think that’s a super small-world coincidence.
Phindy & Phil on their wedding day, courtesy Angela Bynum
Now, be sure to go check out their beautiful blog & website, and stay tuned for a Phindy wedding on the blog next week!
I love old things & creating new things out of the old. The frame was a fun art project, the mason jars are from 1920-1932
The studio exterior. The Arcade was built in 1903, so there’s a lot of charm in the architecture & big huge windows that let in light
Me & all my lovely flowers behind me– yay
Oh so cool Craspedia.