Annex Suspended’s Mobiles & Suspended Art

Michelle and Brina started Annex Suspended because they both wanted, or needed, something that didn’t involve calming tantrums, making snacks and stepping on lego. There was a desire to create something cool, collaboratively and with their hands. Over the past almost two years the duo created a vast collection of collaborative pieces and there’s no…

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Our First Market This Winter – Curated In Calgary

Annex Suspended is going to be a vender at Curated. Calgary on November 23, 24th at Bowness Community Hall. It’s our first time with Curated so we’re excited to see how this market goes. We’re going to be ready with some new mobiles and some popular old ones.

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Annex Suspended Art At Blue Toque Diner In Fernie

Starting Friday you’ll be able to get a close look at a couple of our mobiles while you eat a delicious breakfast in Fernie. Tanya at Blue Toque has offered a couple of her ceiling hooks to our collaborative efforts and we are so thankful. She’s incredibly supportive of local artists and we love her…

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Suspended Paper Art – Custom Name Banners

Last week I decided to make a fun name banner for my son and I kind of love it! We wanted to see what other people thought. What do you think of this idea? Do you love the idea of a hanging name banner with custom options for colours…and name? Just putting out the idea…

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Annex Last Custom Mobile For 2018

This adorable mobile was built for a local Fernie family who wanted Australian animals – Kangaroo, Kookaburra, platypus and echidna. Michelle slowly and meticulously needle felted each animal and even hand carved some of the extra pieces, like bills, claws and beaks. Brina designed the eucalyptus branch hanger and make it a real collaborative effort.…

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Annex Suspended + Annex Collections Art

Annex Suspended just got even better because we’re starting a sister company called Annex Collections, a place to purchase cool and creative wall art…

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A Couple Of Mompreneurs

Michelle and I started this business when our kids’ ages, combined, were 2, 3, 4 and 5 years old. Those are some pretty little kids and no one has time for anything when they’re that small and dependent.

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