Seasonal Guide Archives

Late Winter / Early Fall 2017 Lookbook

Welcoming a New Year of Creativity - Bring on 2017!
 
As soon as the Holidays wrap up, my spring mindset kicks in. With that comes an incredible urge to get creative and get to all those DIY projects that got cast aside last year. It’s a great time to take all that energy and apply it to make it happen.
 
Our Late Winter, Early Spring Gu ide is full of inspiration to get you on your creative track. We continue to welcome and showcase some of the most inspiring, talented and creative people from the Sea -to-Sky and beyond. We have 22 NEW workshops included in this guide and we’re thrilled to extend our creative offering to include kid’s & youth workshops for the young creative in your life. All workshops are ready for booking at Bungalow968.ca
 
I’m beyond grateful to get to work with so many talented people and would love to meet you in the shop to connect and create something you love. Won’t you join us?
 
- Meg

Holiday 2016 Lookbook

I absolutely love the Holidays.

Shortly after Halloween the Christmas music is on, I’m putting up our outdoor lights and planning our Holiday feast. I love the magic, creating lovely décor and gifts, but mostly it's the gathering together of family and friends to celebrate is what I look forward to the most. We have many family traditions, one of which is creating and making things together. Whether it’s handmade gifts, baked goodies, a wreath or items to be sold at the school craft fair, we love gathering together to make something special to give to others and share in the spirit of the Holidays.

We hope that you are just as excited about the Holidays as we are, but if you’re not, we’ve got more than a few events & workshops to get you inspired to create. We continue to expand our offering of workshops and pop-up shops and have so much more in store. We are truly inspired by the many creative people we are surrounded by and have the pleasure of collaborating with.

- Meg


Fall 2016 Lookbook

There’s just something about fall. It’s always been the season I look forward to most, maybe it’s the crisp leaves, cool early mornings and getting cozy at home. There’s something about the turning of the leaves that, to me, feels like one chapter is ending and a new one is beginning.

This fall, that new chapter for me is about creativity, collaboration and community. My wish is to provide an inspiring environment where connection and creativity flows, and our community of Squamish creatives continues to grow. The Bungalow 968 space is a place for creatives, artists & makers to gather, showcase their goods and share their skills with others through our offering of workshops. You’ll see there are changes to our workshop formatting, online booking, not to mention our creative space at our shop, all to make way for new collaborations. All workshops are ready for booking at  Bungalow968.ca.

I’m thrilled to welcome all of you into this new chapter with me. I hope to see you in the shop soon or at a workshop, connecting while creating something you love.

- Meg