Wild Grace Workshop

December 1, 2015

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Recently John Strickling, of Wild Grace Workshop,  was photographed making a custom bag for photographer Wes Mullins of Nina and Wes photography.  Wes wanted to document the entire process, and it turned out quite beautifully we must say!!

Wild Grace Workshop is a small business that focuses on handmade products, built to last for generations and made with love.  Their photography packaging is 100% handmade with sustainable materials and non-toxic finishes by craftsman John Strickling.  Their wood is locally harvested with boards hand-picked to showcase its natural character, and finishes are hand applied to the exterior of the boxes only, to ensure no harm comes to the photographs kept inside.  They specialize and enjoy working on custom orders, a unique collaboration between them and the photographer to create a box designed to fit all of their specific needs and preferences, including desired budget.

If you are looking to add a custom feel to the products you offer your clients, or packaging, Wild Grace Workshop is going to be something you want to check out.  You can visit their Vendors Page Here, or their website at WildGraceWorkshop.com.

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  1. Wes Mullins says:

    Thanks so much for sharing this session with your readers. Wild Grace Workshop and I had great time collaborating on this messenger bag. It was a thing of beauty to watch him in action, and to see the process from picking out the leather to slinging it over my shoulder Anyone interested in a bag that will become an heirloom should contact John via his website. The guy is amazing with leather (and wood).

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