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Morgan Levine

Morgan Levine


Name: Morgan Levine
Job Title: Editorial Assistant Crafts and Holiday
Date started at company: I started freelancing 3/07 and joined Editorial Crafts full time 6/08
First story you worked on: “Glow and Behold” Blueprint , Nov/Dec 2007
Hometown: Bethesda, Md
Education: Pratt Institute, Industrial Design BA
First Job: Sorted clothes in a warehouse for my friend’s father’s thrift store
Astrological sign: Capricorn
Personal crafting/artwork: I used to focus on ceramics, but these days I’m bonkers for crepe paper . My work can be found at amblethroughbramble.com.
Things you collect: Snack sets…they’re the plates that have an indentation to the side for a matching cup and little handle. They’re perfect to keep a hand free at a party, or to carry your breakfast outside

FAVORITE . . .
Color: Pantone # 377
Holiday: Passover. I host it every year for family and friends. Mom does most of the cooking, and we fill my apartment to capacity with nears and dears
Pizza topping: artichoke hearts
Kind of Fabric: Anything cable knit
Dessert: bananas foster
Source: Metalliferous.com Amble Through Bramble Bananas Foster

Editor's Archive

Our Library : Treehouses of the World

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More from our library…We stock our shelves with plenty of craft books and visual reference books for inspiration, but these days I’m especially enamored with Pete Nelson and Radek Kurzaj’s book Treehouses of the World.  The treehouses featured exhibit a magical brand of craftiness and ingenuity, though the scale of these craft projects are a …

Around Town : Beautiful, Affordable Prints...even more affordable until midnight

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July’s issue of Living just hit news stands yesterday, but if you’ve seen it, you may have noticed our coverage in the new “Briefing” column of 20×200.com. 20×200 offers limited edition prints by contemporary artists, and it’s all 20% off through midnight tonight. They offer a broad range of prints. Here are a few of …

Open Studio : More Craft Room Organization

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The key to keeping our craft space functioning is organization. We try our best to group like objects. For example, our nature closet includes acorns, pine cones, wreath forms, pressed flowers, fake flowers, floral supplies, and a whole lot of other similar materials, tools, and supplies. My favorite closet is the Paper/Party closet. It hold …

Around Town : Publicolor's Stir, Spatter & Roll Event

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Last April I volunteered at Publicolor’s annual Stir, Splatter & Roll Benefit, a high-energy fundraiser that raises most of Publicolor’s program funds. Guests wore Tyvek jumpsuits and painted canvases alongside some of New York’s most talented artists, designers and architects. It turned out I wasn’t the only Martha person present. Gael Towey, our Chief Creative …

Open Studio : Craft Room Labeling System

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Our move last February was the perfect occasion to go through all of our supplies, and really organize our new work space. Since all eight of us share the craft room, we needed a clear system to know where everything goes. We also have a lot of guests, so we needed to update our labels …

Contests & Prizes : One More Week to Design Our New Blog Header

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There’s just one week left to submit ideas for our new blog header. Marcie’s original post has all of the details you need. Thanks to everyone who has already submitted a design! We’ll reveal our favorites on Monday, May …

Make It : Mother's Day Crafts

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Mother’s Day is this Sunday, so there’s just enough time to craft something special for the occasion. Below are two of my favorite Mother’s Day projects.  Click on an image for instructions, or click here for plenty of other handmade ideas…

Open Studio : Morgan Levine

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My studio space constantly changes, depending on my current project. It used to be piled high with unfinished ceramic pieces, but for the past several months, I’ve tucked away the clay and plaster, and made room for a serious crepe paper invasion. I’ve carved out a small space in my home for working, and I …