Affordable handmade is one of the best kinds of handmade, and Oh, Little Rabbit has the best of affordable and handmade quality. Their shop ranges from reusuable lunch bags to onesies, all hand printed with original illustrations. For more of Jason and Cara’s work visit Oh, Little Rabbit on Etsy or visit their Facebook Page.
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This week’s Covet is Quiet Tiger by becausemaybe, a little shop by graphic designer Nellie Le. What started as a knitwear shop is now growing to be a design and paper goods collection. I can’t wait to see what Nellie has up here sleeve this summer as the shop continues to develop. She’s currently offering 15% off with the discount code HELLOSPRING2013 through the end of the month.
This Sunday it was in the 50′s here in Ohio! I can see the spring just around the corner. So today, I asked Andrea of Andrea Bonelli Jewelry to share some of her handmade picks for spring.
Fresh fruit, fresh flowers and French lettering. If that doesn’t get you ready for spring, nothing will. Thanks so much for sharing Andrea! To see Andrea’s gorgeous work, visit Andrea Bonelli Jewelry. I know I have my eye on this Rutilated Quartz Ring and and anything from the Stardust Collection.
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Stamps + Hand Lettering = Ampersandity
I love this idea. For those of you (like me) who are blessed/cursed with less than lovely handwriting it’s time to invest in a beautiful return address stamp. I purchased one when we moved into our new home and I’ll never look back. And look no further than Ampersandity. I also adore this business card stamp idea. Genius!
This week’s Covet is Sew Indie Shop. Cara makes comfortable, rustic papery things for your kitchen and office. I’m a big fan of old fashioned recipe cards. I think a blank set or a handwritten recipe makes such a thoughtful gift. I love her functional and fancy kitchen posters. I know I could use the Equivalent Measurement Poster in our kitchen.
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It’s no secret I love anything and everything Scandinavian inspired. Studio Meez is no exception. Based out of Belgium, I first fell in love with the apple pillows, and was pleased to discover they also crafted prints, pins, stickers and more.
This week’s Covet is ABJ Glassworks out of Philadelphia, PA. I’m in love with the faceted, geometric terrariums and pyramids. They would all make a beautiful gift. You know I’m a huge fan of gifting items that have potential to become heirlooms, and these pieces certainly fit into that category.
For more, visit ABJ Glassworks on etsy.
This week I have been toiling over something. I feel like I have been spread a little thin. Over the last 4 years I have taken on one new thing after another.
It all started with a little blog and a little etsy shop. Since 2009 Etsy has changed so much. Back when I was selling it was a much smaller community of sellers. It was fairly easy to get noticed if your photos were well composed and your product was high quality. Now it’s easy to get lost in the sea of beautiful handmade and vintage items. Of course as a buyer it’s a wonderful thing, but as a seller it can get pretty daunting.
I have revamped my look a number of times, tried different marketing strategies and gone through phases of feast and phases of famine. It’s really been (incoming cliche) a roller coaster.
So I have decided to take a break from selling on etsy for a little while. What is currently in my shop will stay there until it sells or expires. To help move things along, I’m offering 50% of ANYTHING in the shop with the discount code LASTCALL50.
I may come back next year (let’s be honest… I can’t stay away). But I need some time to create with no intention of selling. Hopefully the next time you see my shop pop up I’ll have something brand new to share with you.
But never fear! This means I’ll be able to focus more on the blog! I have lots of fun things coming this winter. And of course I will always be an Etsy shopper.
This week’s Covet is NS Pottery. Natalie crafts beautiful stoneware jewelry and homegoods with function and impeccable taste. She is even up for the Martha Stewart American Made Award this year! You can vote for her here. Congrats Natalie!