Small Magazine

I’ll admit, I have a bit of a magazine crush.

Something about the glossy pages, bright catchy colors, and fresh ideas for the implementing. I’m sure I’m not the only one.

When I moved across the country a few years back you should have seen my husband’s face when he discovered a few boxes full of collected magazines.

You mean I moved magazines across the country?” he stammered (Love me, love my ┬ámagazines)

“Yes” …was my bewildered response; why doesn’t he get it? (Now that I’m married I get why he doesn’t get it … and I’m okay with that.)

I’m a bit more savvy about my magazine-love these days — I pull out the imperative pages and into a binder for safe keeping. The rest of the magazine gets recycled or repurposed, but there are those few gems that stay whole and treasured.

I’ll feature other must-have inspirational catalogs and mags in time, but for now, it’s all about my love for Small Magazine.

What is Small Magazine?

A quirky magazine full of un-assuming children’s fashion … throw in a dash of fantasy and illustration.

Even though mine only arrives via email (no glossy pages) — I still appreciate the contents. My husband appreciates less magazines.

They just released their latest issue – check it out @ Small Magazine. {Psssst, some of the last few back issues are personal faves!}

Until next time.

- Skye, xoxo

 

5 Creatives Left Comments

  1. As the children’s photographer for our new business, I appreciate inspiration and ideas for “what to wear” and this magazine is wonderful! My grown girls love Anthropologie and this is like that for little ones. I am also a magazine addict (I have every issue of Victoria mostly for the photography of Toshi Otsuki) and this is a new one. I am so happy it is digital because my library is full.

  2. Alexandrs says:

    Amazing!!!! Thank you so much for sharing!!!!!

  3. Yony says:

    Small Magazine is based out of Dallas, TX and the co-editor, Christine, is the owner of Little Bean, a super adorable shop in town. Her husband is an amazing commercial photographer, too. I was introduced to Small a few years ago when my daughter was hired to model some Etsy items for an editorial for the magazine (shot by Maxine Helfman – if you have not heard of her, you should look up her awesomeness). Anyway, I’ve been a fan ever since. Another reason why I love Small and Little Bean is that my friend’s hair accessories are carried there http://www.sillasoup.com. Anyway, if there ever was a stylish mag for children, this is it. LOVE! Oh, and this blog is GENIUS! Could not love the concept more if I tried.

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  5. Jana Lombardo says:

    I was reading old posts of your, they are all so wonderful. Do you know about Papier Mache Magazine? It is lovely and sounds like something you would like. You can find it at Barnes and Noble, some little boutique shops and of course mail order.
    Thank you for such a beautiful blog, I love your work.
    Jana

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