My apologies for not getting back to you for part 2 of my shopping spree through some of my favorite Etsy shops, but life kind of got in the way. Whew! Busy weekend and I'm going to need some retail therapy to unwind...
First stop is my blogging buddy Debra's fun shop The Petite Boutique. I'm sure many of you know Debra from her blog, Common Ground. She hosts a great Friday party and always has some great decor posts, but in her spare time, she loves to play with old keys and fun findings and she makes these cool necklaces. She has some new ones posted for Valentine's Day, so pop on over and check them out.
I discovered Julie at GoGoSnap purely by accident, but I was so enchanted with her beautiful designs for business cards that I had her make some up for me. My design that I picked out was the wonderful lady in the center. She does invitation packages for weddings, notecards, thank you notes, and save the date cards. Her designs are all done on a real Heidelberg Offset press, so not digital or laser, and she has high quality thick paper. I mean really high quality. She is not cheap, but trust me, you will be thrilled with the result and Julie is great to work with.
A Little Bit French. She is a blogger as well and she makes the most wonderful things out of fabric, lace, jewelry, and paper. I love everything she creates and whenever you buy something, she spoils you with little extras. Go check out her shop if you haven't yet because you will love her French style.
Evelyn and Rose is a blogger and DIY decorator who has been featured in the Somerset Life magazine a couple of times and she makes some awesome things for her shop, namely pillows. One of these days, I'm going to get one of these beauties for some place special in my home. She's super nice too and that's always a plus, don't you think?
Dorothy Jane. She is a an old soul and loves anything Jane Austen. Her work is beautiful and a real treat for the eyes. I bought the Souvenir de Paris tags on the right and they are quite fun. I can't wait to do something awesome with them. Give her a look, you'll be glad you did.
The French Laundry...
Until next time,