Wednesday, February 11, 2015

At Work with Glitter & Bold

Brittany Morgan from Glitter and Bold gives some insight into her process and what goes into making her handmade items:

"Designs come to me in fits and spurts, taking anywhere from a few minutes to a few hours to get things just the way I want them. From there, I use two coats of quality porcelain paint and a teeny tiny brush (seriously, check out the picture!), taking roughly 30 minutes to an hour per mug, depending on the detail of the design and colors used. After 24 hours, I bake the mugs in a conventional (read: my kitchen) oven and leave them to cool for several hours. Add some tissue paper, a fun tag and bakers twine, and a whole lot of packing peanuts and they're ready to go!"

To learn more about Brittany and her work, check out Glitter & Bold online.

Written by Kristen of Milo and Molly.  Kristen runs her business while staying at home with her two small children. Fueled by an endless supply of tea, she sews late into the night when the house is quiet, most often accompanied by her faithful poodle, Casey.


  1. Love the photography, love reading about makers! Thank you for the post Kristen and Glitter and Bold!

  2. Nice feature! And Brittany, I want your handwriting!


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