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Volcom Women's Share Their Favorite Mini Pumpkin Pie Recipe
When Thanksgiving is around the corner, we’ve only got one thing on our minds… Pumpkin pie! So when this recipe for mini pumpkin pies fell into our lap we couldn’t be more excited to try it out! Here’s what you’ll need… Ingredients: Pie crust 1/3 cup granulated sugar 1/4 teaspoon salt 1 1/2 teaspoons pumpkin pie spice 1 large egg 1 cup pumpkin puree 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1  5-ounce can evaporated milk Whipped cream or cool whip, optional garnish Directions: First things first, pre heat your oven to 350°F. Combine pumpkin puree, sugar, salt, pumpkin pie spice, egg, vanilla and evaporated milk. Whisk until well combined and smooth. To make evaporated milk, bring 4 cups of milk to a boil and then simmer until evaporated. Keep an eye out to skim the film that will develop over the milk. When evaporated, the milk should be greatly reduced. Pour the evaporated milk in your mixture and mix well. Roll out your pie dough (we bought ours frozen). Use larger cups to cut out mini pie crusts. A mason jar works just fine. Place your mini pie crusts in each muffin tin and press down lightly to make sure they stay put. Start filling your mini pies with the mixture! Place them in the oven and cook for 15-17 minutes. When done, carefully take them out and let cool on a cooling rack. Viola! There you have it. The perfect little dessert that your friends and family will enjoy this time of the year. Do you have a favorite pumpkin pie recipe? Leave us a comment telling us your.
DIY No Carve Pumpkins
This year, we’ve traded in our carving tools for some spray paint and bedazzle. We wanted to up our arts and crafts game with our Halloween pumpkins so we steered away from the traditional pumpkin carving and went in a different direction. Overall we’re very pleased with our results! Pumpkin #1: The Golden Disco Ball What you need: I large pumpkin 4 sheets of thick golden metallic paper A square cutter Tacky glue Metallic gold spray paint Start out by laying some newspaper or any towel on the floor. Place your pumpkin on the paper and spray away! With a paper towel, grab the stem of the pumpkin and lift the sides to spray the bottom. Start cutting the metallic gold paper with your square cutter. The bigger the pumpkin, the more squares you will need. We went through 3 1/2 sheets on a medium sized pumpkin. Start gluing the little squares onto your pumpkin. And don’t worry, the spray paint dries fast. Just remember, it doesn’t have to look perfect. It will look amazing once it’s all covered in the gold squares! The finished product! Let it stand alone in a sea of regular pumpkins or bedazzle them all… Up to you! Pumpkin #2: W I C K E D What you need: 6 small or large pumpkins (whatever you please) Silver push pins Black spray paint Once again, always lay newspaper or paper towels flat on the ground on which to place your pumpkins. Spray away! Once dry, start pushing your push pins through the pumpkins to form the letters W, I, C, K, E & D on each pumpkin. The finished product! Looks amazing alone… Or incredibly festive with the golden pumpkin! 
Halloween Costume Ideas
Costume #1: Cowgirl wearing our Alpaca Poncho & Stone Rolled Shorts. Just add a cowboy hat, a sheriff badge, boots & a gun and you’re good to go! Shop the look: Alpaca Poncho Stoned Rolled Shorts   Costume #2: Kitty Cat wearing our Swingtown Jacket & Untold Beauty Dress. Add some cat ears, draw on some whiskers and you’ll be the coolest looking cat in town. Shop the look: Swingtown Jacket Untold Beauty Dress   Costume #3: Dead Bride wearing our Nowhere Fast Dress. Add a veil, roses and some fake blood to complete the look! Shop the look: Nowhere Fast Dress   Costume #4: Lumberjack wearing our Sky High Romper, Love Me Not Long Sleeve & Wanderer Beanie. Just add an axe and you’re good to go! Shop the look: Sky High Romper Wanderer Beanie Love Me Not Long Sleeve
Behind The Scenes || Volcom Womens Holiday 2015 Shoot
Nothing gets us more excited that the holidays over here at Volcom Women's. We were thrilled to have our 2015 holiday shoot take place at the Boathouse with up and coming bands, Gantez & Swimm! There certainly was magic in the air as day turned into night and crowds of people swarmed in to take in the fashion, the music, and the good times. Keep scrolling to take a behind-the-scenes look at our 2015 Holiday Shoot for Volcom Women's!  
Volcom x B4BC Collection - Designer || Artist Interview with Carolyn Campos & Vanessa Stark
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, Volcom has partnered up with Boarding for Breast Cancer to bring awareness and support once again. This year we’ve teamed up with artist, Vanessa Stark, to create the Act Insulated Jacket where we will donate a portion of the proceeds to the Boarding for Breast Cancer Foundation. Shop the Act Insulated Jacket   Our very own Volcom Snow designer, Carolyn Campos and Vanessa Stark happen to be great friends who inspire one another. We got a chance to catch up with both of them and chat about how it was to work with one another on this years B4BC design!   Carolyn Campos How was it designing the Act Insulated Jacket with your friend and artist, Vanessa Stark? CC: I have always looked up to Vanessa, she is an avid snowboarder, mountain biker and all around outdoor adventure enthusiast as well as an incredible artist! So it was natural working with her. Her art and visions are so inspiring to me and she fit the vibe of the line I was creating perfectly. There is so much color and textures used with in the owl. And if you look into its eyes, it is visioning snow peaked mountain tops! How long have you been designing for Volcom Snow?  CC: I am coming up on 12 years!! Time sure does fly when you are having fun! Designing for Volcom was my dream job as a young outerwear designer and snowboarder. I still pinch myself that this dream came true, so naturally too. I was sitting at my desk, at my previous job, and my phone rang… And it was Volcom with the job proposal. Here I am and the rest is history! Describe to us your creative process. How do you get in the mind set of designing? CC: It’s constant really. I can’t just go to the ski hill and go snowboarding. I am constantly observing and creating in my mind. If you are on the chairlift or gondola with me you can guarantee I have completely picked over every detail of your outerwear by the time the ride is finished!!  In a way its taken some of the feeling of escape being on the mountain which is why I have been getting more backcountry riding in the past few years. Riding in almost complete solitude. I also shop and travel the world. Being inspired from many many different angles. I also love interior design, furniture, buildings, textile design… It goes on.  My mind has always been creative. When I need a break from designing, I knit or cook or sew… Just other forms of creating. I can’t stop really. Who are some of your design heroes?    CC: Oh wow, how do I even pin point them. A couple oldies like Jean Muir and Arne Jacobsen I always find inspiring. In design school I did projects on Betsey Johnson and Todd Oldham so I always like following their colorful craziness. I love Banksy’s element of suburban rebellion. Emily Hoy’s graphic design I keep close to my heart. Alexander Wang, McQueen, Chanel, Christopher Kane… The list goes way on and on!! When did you first hear of B4BC? How long has Volcom Snow been partnered with them? CC:  Volcoms first collaboration with B4BC was in the 2006/07 snow line. We started with a fleece piece. It was the following year that we really made an impact with Jamie Lynn’s “Blue Girl” torso graphic on an outerwear jacket, fleece and tee! We really started to gain awareness with B4BC that season!! It is such an amazing thing B4BC is doing for young women. What are you ‘True To’? CC: I aim to be ‘True’ to everything in life. I like real people. Vanessa Stark What inspired you to first pick up a paint brush? When did you start painting? VS:  All kids paint... I just never stopped. Visual arts has been a big part of my life from the beginning. It was something that was really natural for me. Art has always been a part of who I am. What does a "day in the office" look like to you? VS:  Being self-employed has its pro's and con's. Some days are awesome and others can be intense. Having the flexibility of making your own hours has its advantages, especially when there is pow to shred! There are other days when deadlines are looming and I can't feel my legs because I've been painting non-stop for days on end. Finding balance is key to a perfect "day in the office". How do you stay inspired? What inspires you the most? VS:  I'm inspired by the magic of this life and world. I've recently been intrigued by the rhythms of nature and subconscious connection between all things. Living the life i live, having adventures in the mountains, surrounded by nature and friends gives me an endless amount of inspiration. I have pages and pages of notes and a stack of doodled-up sketchbooks full of ideas I haven't had a chance to release to the world just yet. Does snowboarding have a big effect on your life? VS: Huge! Snowboarding saved my life and has shaped virtually everything about my life since. Snowboarding has been my true passion since I first tried it in 1991. My art style is a reflection of my lifestyle which has been a result of my love of snowboarding. How was it designing the Act Insulated Snow Jacket with Carolyn? VS: Carolyn is an amazing artist and designer. She had the vision for the jacket and approached me for the artwork. The cut and color/artwork combo on the jacket are so sick! I was super stoked to play a part in this jacket especially with proceeds going to B4BC. I wore the jacket last year and was pretty blown away by the positive response the jacket got. What are you true to? VS: I'll always be true to snowboarding, family, friends, being kind with an open mind, enjoying life's moments and its crazy ride. And of course I'm true to art because life is art.
Volcom Releases Snowboard Jacket & Glove in Honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Volcom is contributing to Boarding For Breast Cancer with proceeds from our all-new Volcom Act Insulated Jacket, equipped with an exclusive snow owl print designed by featured artist Vanessa Stark. Battle the weather while helping the fight against breast cancer. Learn more HERE. But Volcom didn't stop there, we also released the Volcom Laver Glove, a pipe glove which packs a powerful punch with our V-Science 3-Layer bonded water resistant stretch soft-shell palm and silicone print for extra grip. Partial proceeds from each purchase go to Boarding For Breast Cancer efforts. Learn more HERE.