The Foxglove Studios

Foxglove Studio / Crafted in Carhartt
Foxglove Studio / Crafted in Carhartt
Foxglove Studio / Crafted in Carhartt
Foxglove Studio / Crafted in Carhartt
Foxglove Studio / Crafted in Carhartt
Foxglove Studio / Crafted in Carhartt

Foxglove Studio / Crafted in Carhartt

Foxglove Studio / Crafted in Carhartt

Foxglove Studio / Crafted in Carhartt

Foxglove Studio / Crafted in Carhartt

Foxglove Studio / Crafted in Carhartt

After leaving the music industry to find a creative challenge, Caitlin Kerr founded The Foxglove Studios. She started small, maintaining part time jobs and freelancing while building her skills and learning the craft. Each gradual step made it a more manageable task to jump into a whole new career. With time her clientele grew and running the studio became a fulltime job. Starting over can seem daunting and even downright impossible, but Caitlin put aside those fears created her own dream job.
Another important part of starting a new career path is to remember your roots. The years you spent at your old job weren’t pointless. You put in time an effort that helped make you the person you are today. Music plays a large role in Caitlin’s job. She listens to songs, bands, and composers reminiscent of the mood she’s aiming to capture in her creations.

Floral Arrangement Tips from Caitlin of The Foxglove Studios:
1. Use chicken wire, floral tape, or both to create a base. Avoid the Styrofoam filled with toxic chemicals.
2. Use it all. The greens of a flower can also be utilized. Don’t strip off the leaves, they create texture and fill out the arrangement.
3. When arranging, start with the base of greens and foliage. Then add focal flowers and whimsical flowers (the whispy, airy, smaller, and more wild types of flowers like scabiosa and ranunculus).
4. Allow the focal flowers to stand taller. It creates a more interesting arrangement.
5. Make sure to cut the stems of your arrangements and change the water everyday.