Category Archives: Etsy Find!

Etsy Find! Charm and Gumption

When I redesigned my website, I looked back at a few old posts and realized I haven’t blogged about any of my latest etsy finds. So, here we go!

Have you guys seen these gold foil prints from Charm and Gumption? They are darling and only $10 each! Grab an ikea frame, buy a print, and you are on your way to a super cute art piece.

I mean, how can you choose? I’m loving the HUSTLE print, but truth be told, I’d buy all 4 if I had more walls in my home.

Happy weekend, friends:)!

Etsy Jewelry Finds

I have found some truly glorious jewels on etsy lately. So glorious in fact, I have to share!

I bought these earrings last month, and have worn them nearly every other day since they arrived in the mail. I nabbed the mint colored ones, and I’m in love. They are petite and perfect in every way.

I also ordered a handful of these gold bangels, and I love wearing them with my gold watch…such a fun pop of gold!

And, I purchased this precious gold necklace for a bestie’s birthday this month, and it’s so dainty and pretty.

What are your favorite etsy jewelry finds/sellers? Do share!

TGIF!

 

 

 

 

Etsy find! The Paper Nut

I just can’t get enough of etsy lately. Seriously, the goods just keep coming! I recently fell in love with these prints for a wee one’s room. They are from the Paper Nut and she’s currently offering 20% off in stock items. Get them before they are gone!

Like nearly everything on etsy, these prints come in a variety of colors and are super reasonably-priced. Can’t you just seem them in a little girl’s room? Darling!

Have a happy day, friends!

Etsy Find! Paulova Ceramics

Morning, friends!

Firstly, thanks to everyone who stopped by yesterday from Young House Love.  Your comments made me blush and were so, so kind.  I always love new readers – welcome!

Today I’m featuring Paula Lopez-Otero’s beautiful pottery which I found via her etsy shop. Inspired by Scandinavian design, Paulova Ceramics are handmade in San Francisco and feature simple, clean lines. All of Paula’s pieces highlight some sort of contrast in textures, from the exposed raw clay body, to the interior smooth glaze, to the cork, which tops the jars.

My personal favorite pieces are these darling salt and pepper bowls. They come in a variety of fun colors and are of course handmade in every way. Wouldn’t they make a great housewarming present or a lovely gift for someone who loves to cook?

Paula’s creations also include candles (which come in a variety of scents) and other pretty bowls. She even has handmade garden stakes!

I love the handmade feel of these pieces – the hand stamped words such as “salt” and “sugar” are organic and turn ordinary clay into a memorable piece. Love!