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Whitney's love of making things came from her Grandma. They would spend afternoons making all manner of crafts together. The medium didn’t matter so much as the act of creating. . . . Billy’s mother encouraged his musical development; his father taught him to build models, but Billy’s passion was always drawing. First suggested as a way to keep him busy and quiet, it would at times get him into trouble. . . . When we met, Billy was producing stencils sporadically, primarily for himself. Whitney was making paper crafts and jewelry as gifts for family and friends. . . . Together we found the space and encouragement to take on all types of more ambitious projects. We recently decided to share these projects with you.

Please browse our shop and remember that custom requests are welcomed. Check out our other projects on facebook.com/Parcelwork

  • Born on July 19
  • Joined October 20, 2010

Favorite materials

resin, wood, silver, pastels, paint, cotton, felt, paper

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About

Whitney's love of making things came from her Grandma. They would spend afternoons making all manner of crafts together. The medium didn’t matter so much as the act of creating. . . . Billy’s mother encouraged his musical development; his father taught him to build models, but Billy’s passion was always drawing. First suggested as a way to keep him busy and quiet, it would at times get him into trouble. . . . When we met, Billy was producing stencils sporadically, primarily for himself. Whitney was making paper crafts and jewelry as gifts for family and friends. . . . Together we found the space and encouragement to take on all types of more ambitious projects. We recently decided to share these projects with you.

Please browse our shop and remember that custom requests are welcomed. Check out our other projects on facebook.com/Parcelwork

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