lust list {etsy finds}


I literally cannot get enough of Etsy.  It's nice to support small businesses and equally fun to peruse the website ...you never know what you're going to come across next.  Sort of reminds me of a flea market, but a very classy, well organized, online version.  Anyway, here are some of my latest picks.

1//  the prettiest wrapping paper you ever did see
2//  pencils your inner carrie-bradshaw-goes-to-paris needs
3//  these stone drop earrings are the perfect price and color for any season
5//  this hand-painted 18kt gold leaf dish would look beautiful, well, anywhere!
6//  an abstract painting that no, you could not just do yourself


  1. I never shop on Etsy but I need too. Love that abstract painting and it is way harder than you think. I tried it and mine sucked!

  2. Between Etsy and Ebay you can find anything you're looking for! Those earrings are so cute. They remind me of Stella and Dot. Great wrapping paper too for all occasions!

  3. Love love etsy! If you're feeling up to it, there is a really easy tutorial to make your own gold leaf dish!

  4. Never thought to purchase wrapping paper on etsy. I love pretty paper!

  5. So many pretty etsy things! I need to go browse :)

  6. Oh my goodness, I love the stone drop earrings. Etsy is so fun!


  7. I love etsy! Needing some cute quote pencils in my life

  8. I am such a fan of abstract painting, especially in pinks and blues. Love that one!!

  9. Up in the Air Somewhere is one of my FAVORITE Etsy vendors! The gold details are beyond perfect.

  10. Great list! I love the letterpress! Hmmm maybe they could do my wedding invitations! Thank you!

  11. Hello Megan,
    Thank you for featuring my abstract painting on your blog and introducing it to your readers. I got to know from the stats of my shop which brought me to your blog. I'm very thankful for the lovely feedbacks. So much positive vibes around here. I update my shop constantly with new paintings so do make another round of visits at my etsy shop coz who knows you might find something that you like.
    Thank you again and have a good day!
    x D.U.R.A


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