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THIS is what Anthropologie wants you to buy for your guy this holiday…

What a surprise to open our mail box this weekend and find the new Anthropologie Catalog- and then to open our email the same morning to find an email from Anthropologie stores with this season’s ‘Must-Have’ shopping list ‘For The Guys’. Check out their Facebook post for details on the ‘weekend for 5 at camp’ contest. We are honored that have our Camp Wandawega / Tatine candle included in such great company! See their full “FOR YOUR FELLA LIST ” here. And for ‘behind the scenes’  the ‘making of’ film:  https://vimeo.com/145939388      

Join Us! Anthropologie + Camp Wandawega

THE FIRST 3 FOLKS TO RAISE THEIR HAND GETS A SEAT AT THE CRAFT TABLE. (after that, we’ll wait list you, should a cancellation come up, so don’t be shy!) We are so freaking excited to have been asked by our friends at Anthropolgie to host another in house creative workshop at their gorgeous Flagship store on Chicago Avenue. We’re joining forces with some of our favorite creative collaborators: BANG BANG PIE & biscuits (serving up some amazingness) SWEET PAUL MAGAZINE (our friend Joline Rivera- bringing Paul Lowe signed copies of brand new Fall issue, featuring our Camp feature story!) THE FOXGLOVE…

Anthropologie Visits Camp!!

a few weeks ago, we had the pleasure of hosting folks from all over the country and canada at camp! they came for a corporate event… roasted some mallows, hung out around the bonfire, canoed, biked, and got some planning done in a very un-corporate environment. (i must add that they literally left their rooms neater than before they checked in… gottta love that.) AND it was hands-down the best looking, best dressed crew we’ve hosted so far!

anthropologie CAMP WANDAWEGA workshop

mark your calendar! THURSDAY APRIL 5TH. more details to come… ANTHROPOLOGIE STORE CHICAGO AVENUE. hosted by co-camp counselor: EMILY MONROE maker of jewelry. counselor of campers. co-host of WANDAWEGA CRAFT WORKSHOP! check out her etsy site here   About Hello! I am a jewelry designer living in the Windy City who grew up in Wisconsin & Texas. My fascination with glass began on the shores of Lake Michigan where I began collecting sea glass that washed up on the beach. Since then I’ve been working with glass of all types. My latest jewelry collection combines fused glass with slices of…

A house tour & an honest conversation.

The lovely ladies at WITH ANOTHER stopped by to talk about creativity, resilience and roots. :https://www.withanother.com/journal/   Co-Founder of Camp Wandawega, Executive Director of Department of Experiential at Ogilvy, Author, and Designer What is your background? I was raised 8 miles outside of a farm town of 4,000 people. We didn’t have diversity of any kind. I graduated early and went to college at 20 at SIU. I was working three jobs; I worked as a sign painter for this old man who taught me how to hand letter and I worked at the university design shop. I was trying…

Thanks, CRAINS!: The power of creative collaborations

so happy to have Crains pay us a visit & share our little story!   FULL STORY HERE: shar.es/1IzD3K    How two Ogilvy execs created a retreat for Shinola, Anthropologie and other brands you’ve Insta-stalked By BRIGID SWEENEY Tereasa Surratt and her husband, David Hernandez, turned a rundown church retreat into a nostalgic-summer-camp-cum-creative-capitol called Camp Wandawega in Elkhorn, Wisconsin into Creative retreat.

ITS HERE!

We are thrilled to announce a very special collaboration with our friends at TATINE candles! A custom, limited-edition candle created exclusively for Anthropologie. THE CANDLE: http://www.anthropologie.com/anthro/product/home-candle/37271228.jsp#/ THE FILM: https://vimeo.com/145939388 THE MAKER; http://tatinecandles.com/   THE CANDLE; “Time stands still at Camp Wandawega, a rustic resort in the heart of the Wisconsin woods and an outrageously Instagrammable retreat for the creative set. This gift box custom created with TATINE CANDLES encapsulates the Wandawega spirit and its commitment to the simple pleasures of simpler times. Tucked inside a woodkeeper’s crate, you’ll find antique newsprint wrap, a woodsmoke-scented candle poured into a beer glass, a box of matches,…