12.23.2013

product spotlight // etsy finds


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I've said it before... you can find some real treasures on Etsy, but who has time to look through thousands upon thousands of shops? Unless you have a very specific item you're looking for, Etsy can become a lot daunting very quickly.  This is where I bring you suggestions. 

I've bookmarked these items recently and thought I'd share them with you.  Like these luxury lucia friendship bracelets, which are strung with 80 tiny 14k gold filled beads.  They would make the perfect gift for your favorite friend.  I'm personally digging these gold dipped arrowhead necklaces.  The whole shop is a real treat - worth exploring a little deeper.  I have about five things from that shop that are now in my "want" folder on my bookmark tabs (yes, I have a bookmark folder specifically dedicated to things I like... because I forget about them).  Tell me what's prettier than these gold rimmed agate coasters.  Go on, I'm waiting.   And these gold foil heart pencils would be the sweetest addition to any work space.   I'm pretty smitten with this vintage porcelain dish.  I love little trivets to put anything from jewelry or lipstick in.   Finally, this painting.  I've loved it for a lot of months.  It's the prettiest (yes, I think prettier than the coasters).  And it's called "coastal calm," which basically is the inspiration behind my whole design aesthetic.  So it's meant for me, right?

5 comments:

  1. I love all the precious pencils on Etsy!

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  2. Great finds! World Market has a painting that is similar for only $99. It has more of a greige tint than the green it shows on the site, and not nearly as much blue, but worth sharing since it's a fraction of the cost! :) http://www.worldmarket.com/product/%22distant+storm%22+by+suzanne+nicoll.do?&from=fn

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  3. Number 2 and number 3 are amazing, I really think I want to order those!!

    xoxo, KP
    Eleventh & Sixteenth

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  4. I love the pencils…anything to do with writing/stationary and I'm sold!! Thanks for sharing and Happy Holidays!!

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  5. Wow what pretties! I love awesome finds like these!

    Merry Merry Christmas!

    Xoxo
    http://www.georgiapeachmommy.blogspot.com

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