Hello friends! It’s time for me to present this week’s picks from Etsy… no rhyme or reason, just some things that are quirky and caught my eye that may tickle your fancy too. I’m not spotlighting five sellers this week, in fact nothing has much to do with “five” at all but if you don’t tell I won’t. :) Enjoy!
I Heart the Golden Girls Zine by Jackie Peppermint, Eco Ballerina Flats in Lime Green by the Generation, I was thinking of the sea print by Laura Amiss, In the Theater of Dreams print by A Fanciful Twist, Maple wooden clock from Off Cut Studio and placemats by Kathy Mellor.
Life is Beautiful print by magalerie, vintage jewel bracelet with gold ribbon by Dreamy Vintage, Rubber stamps by Present and Correct, Sparkling Antique Silver sequin pillow by The Home Centric and a Cup of Tea card by Present & Correct.
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Hello peeps! Time for more goodies to love and fave this week from Etsy. I hope you like my finds for this week, I had a lot of fun rounding these shops up and, as usual, I ended up finding a few things to add to my wish list. Hope you find some new favorites, too. Now c’mon, let’s go shopping!
The Wheatfield by Katie Daisy has lots of perky, colorful blooms and inspiring messages on her prints, cards and other paper goods which she makes in her studio in the mountains of North Carolina. Her notecards are fantastic. Visit her website, too.
Hilary Upton Photography – Lovely fine photography by Hilary Upton in Auckland, New Zealand who is inspired it seems by her travels, the coast, flowers and tiny chairs… I love her peony series postcard set. Follow her blog here.
Louise’s Art is Louise van Terheijden is a Dutch artist living in the Netherlands and has many whimsical paintings in her shop for you to enjoy. She also has a website if you’d like to learn more about her.
The Pairabirds is artwork by illustrator Tabitha Bianca Brown in Chicago. I love her silhouettes most and the gorgeous brown, orange and pink in her palette.
Find any first loves from my groupings above?
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Oh yes, what a relaxing day here on decor8 with more dreamy photography and faded pastels to enjoy… this time from A Place For Twiggs, a photography shop on Etsy based in Portugal with work that can lead you to serious daydreams and the sounds of something really laid back like Ayo music, she is a fabulous Nigerian-German singer-songwriter. Her music goes beautifully with these images. Why not listen to this song while looking at these photos below?
Thank you again Tina for the reminder, A Place For Twiggs takes me to my happy place.
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Hello friends, it’s Tuesday and time for my Etsy picks for the week. Yesterday, I had a phone interview with Good Housekeeping since they wanted to talk to me about my upcoming book and were curious as to how I find so many good shops on Etsy for this column each week (honored!). I was very flattered that the writer follows this column and knowing that inspired me to keep it going for 2011 as I toyed with the idea of discontinuing it. You can look for me in the May issue of Good Housekeeping, where I’ll share some of my favorite Etsy shops and others online that specialize in vintage finds for the home. Now onto my picks for the week. I hope that you like them!
The beautiful watercolor prints by Amber Alexander in Vermont feature whimsical animals that will no doubt captivate you.
Miles of Light nature prints and cards are completely captivating. I imagine them looking so lovely in a variety of rooms, they really touch my heart!
Have a dog? Silly Buddy will steal your heart with doggy bow-tie collars and fantastic leashes in fun prints and patterns. These are soooo cute….
Have a whale of a time with these tissue holders from Gnome Sweeet Gnome.
English Muffin Shop has the sweetest art for kid’s and the young at heart in her shop, which is based out of Montreal, Canada. Love her pretty world maps the most!
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