Posts Tagged ‘Inside the Studio’
I got a GoPro for Christmas and thought it would be a great excuse to show you what goes on in our studio. If you prefer to leave the magic a mystery, don’t watch – but if you want to see how I go about making things, check out this video of our Hardy Chef Knife Roll being made from start to finish. → Read more
We’ve been working pretty hard these days to try and get our new studio all tidied up, but with summer being one of our busiest seasons (next to Christmas!) it’s been hard finding time that isn’t spent filling orders.
We want to have a studio-warming party and open our doors up to everyone and anyone who wants to visit, but until we’re all tidied up that’ll have to wait. But because I’m more impatient than that, I thought I’d give you all a sneak peek at what’s to come…
The day we bought our rivet press was one of the happiest days in Divina Denuevo’s young life. Up until that day, we were hammering rivets properly old-school, striking a rivet setter and hoping for the best. The rivet press means direct pressure is applied straight on, minimizing any chance of hardware failure later on in the bag’s life. But one of the coolest things we discovered was that our rivet press also doubled as an excellent way to stamp our logo onto the labels we put inside our bags! So without further ado, check out the awesomeness:
Our refillable leather journals have become one of our bestsellers, especially for gift giving. Made with supple leather, the journal is completely refillable, allowing you to keep replacing the notebook as you fill it – this journal cover should last you a lifetime, getting only better as it ages. Each journal is closed with an antique skeleton key, and there’s a tag inside the journal that tells you where the particular key used for your journal came from.
Watch the video to see how we make the journals – check out the speedy hands!