Tummyache from Australia has a nice array of purses, brooches, prints, all designed by artist and illustrator Julie Knoblock. I scored a mini quilt from Julie, which I plan to frame in a shadow box. Maybe you’ll find something to love, too?
(images from tummyache)
Blossom Hill has adorable finds, plushies, drawings, mobiles, and the like! Soft things in soft colors. A pastel candyland.
(images from blossom hill)
Vintage modern digital art from John W. Golden really pops! Combining digital photography with digital illustration, his commercial work in design and animation has been seen on Cartoon Network, Animal Planet, Nickelodeon, CBS, TNT, TBS, PBS, TechTV, and now… on Etsy!
(images from john w. golden)
I know this isn’t for the home, but since this is a blog about good design, I couldn’t resist sharing The Candy Thief with you today. She has some of the most gorgeous neckwear and vintage button creations. I haven’t laid eyes on neckwear like this before, I’m absolutely smitten. I’d love to wear this with my winter coat, it’s quite a nice look for staying warm, especially for days when you want a crisp, clean look without the bulk of a scarf. So, so pretty…
(the candy thief)
If you’re on the prowl for organic and recycled materials, visit Two Trees. I love her work. Pillows and smocks for children (what little girl doesn’t feel special finger painting in a smock?) Her work is so detailed, so delicate and natural looking. I just love the two sided pillows, the patterned fabrics she uses for the reverse sides are wonderful. I adore this seller… I hope you do too.
(images from two trees)
Visit Ruby-crowned kinglette of Seattle for sachets, cloth dolls (love these), bags, and more beautiful things for your nest. Etsy rules, doesn’t it? I can’t imagine a world without them now…
(images from ruby-crowned kinglette)