"Etsy Shop Introduction"

"Etsy Shop Introduction", "autumn", "fall", "fashion accessories", "knits"

Etsy Shop Introduction || Elena Rosenberg

merino wool capelet
silk crocheted necklace in green
silk crocheted necklace in mustard
rococo knit shawl

As the temperature starts to cool down it's time to start looking for those perfectly cozy fall accessories. What's even better is finding that perfect accessory that's handmade as well.  The one thing that's so wonderful about buying handmade items is that you know that each item was made by someone that has a love for what they create.  Elena Rosenberg is one of those passionate artists. She loves designing knit and crochet wearable fiber art for her shop Elena Rosenberg wearable fiber art.  Each piece in her collection is her original design and she adds new designs throughout each season. Her beautifully knit pieces of wearable art include: scarves, cowls, shawls, shrugs, hats, gloves, fiber jewelry and other innovative pieces

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Etsy Shop Introduction || Trees 4 the Wood

Imagine living on a flower farm in Southern Tasmania. Sounds pretty ideal and it's easy to see how this idyllic setting has inspired artist Grace Gladdish and her shop trees 4 the wood.  When she's not tending to Swallows Nest her flower farm or her 5 children, she somehow finds spare time to create beautiful linocut prints.  Her prints are inspired by local flora and fauna that surround her in Australia.

In addition, to prints she also offers painted pendants on wood from her farm, laser cut brooches with vintage fashion images, and paper goods that include her linocut designs. My favorite items in her shop are the linocuts of flowers featuring Australian natives. Can you imagine all these beautiful flowers growing outside your home?  

Find out more about Grace and her wonderful shop by following the links below.

instagram || @gladdish
facebook || trees4thewood

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"Etsy Shop Introduction", "fashion", "summer"

Etsy Shop Introduction: Assaf Pelleg

left  Exotic Summer Dress
bottom  Oversized Summer Shirt
right  Pastel Summer Dress 

What are you wearing this summer?  If you're serious about looking amazing under the hot sun and are looking for something that is unique and defines your style - then it is a must that you check out Assaf's Etsy shop Assaf Pelleg!  Assaf is a fashion designer based out of Israel who's work is like sculpted fabric that is shaped and tailored to fit just right.  Assaf started his signature line back in 2004 and his style has always been defined by designs that were "clean and crisp, yet feminine - giving a sophisticated and refined look that was entirely new".

left Red Coral Summer Tshirt
right  Lace Dress in Black 

Each piece is handmade with attention to detail using "subtle fabric and color combinations, geometric elements, figure-flattering lines and dynamic, flow fabrics which give any woman a young, vibrant look".  What woman wouldn't like to add a little of that to their summer wardrobe this year?  Feminine and hip - reboot your summer look with Assaf's finely crafted line of women's clothing!

I've got my eye on that beautiful black lace dress!  What about you?

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O bliss || Jewellery Formed by Hand

a sampling of Maria's work and packaging

Based out of sunny Queensland, Australia, Maria of O Bliss Jewellery creates unique pieces from recycled sterling silver. She got hooked after taking a silversmith class and from there O Bliss was born.   Working out of a spare room in her home, she creates amazing handcrafted art for you to wear. I really love how she plays with different geometric shapes and her finished product is so unique. She also has found through her shop a love of photography which is evident in her unique + moody images which play with light and shadow beautifully.  I hope you have time to explore her shop, you won't be disappointed! 

stacking rings

Wanting more O Bliss?


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Etsy Shop Introduction || Let's Backtrack

gathered skirt with pockets

A picture is worth a thousand words or so the saying goes. That's the first thing that draws you into Hannah's shop, Let's Backtrack, her amazing photographs. Each one gives you insight into her love for times past, especially the 1920's-40's. 

From her rural New York home, she lovingly sews all her designs on a Husqvarna sewing machine and keeps her patterns in a vintage suitcase.  Not only does she make vintage inspired clothing, you will also see her wearing them as well. While quite aware of today's pop culture and the latest trends, she would much rather crank up her Edison phonograph or indulge in a 1930's classic movie. 

Through Let's Backtrack, Hannah has created a delightful vintage world, every piece made in the present yet celebrating the best of the past. 

blue leather necklace pouch
folk art gathered skirt
retro turquoise dress

Want more Let's Backtrack?

Facebook || @LetsBacktrack
Blog || So Let's Backtrack

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"Etsy Shop Introduction", "baby", "bath and body"

Growing Up Herbal | Simple. Natural. Gentle.

eucalyptus vapor rub
herbal bath bomb
Our main goal is to take you Inside Etsy and help you find quality shops and products. 
Growing Up Herbal is one of those shops you need to explore, especially if you have little ones.
Meagan's shop contains organic skincare products and herbal medicinals geared towards children.
From her home in the Appalachian Mountains of  Northeast Tennessee, her goal is to create products with highest quality ingredients + keep them pure, simple and natural. Her organic products range from oatmeal bath soak to skin salve and all are made with baby in mind. 

herbal baby oil
peppermint baby powder

Connect with Meagan :
Etsy Shop : Growing Up Herbal
Website: GrowingUpHerbal.com
Facebook: @GrowingUpHerbal
Pinterest: @MeaganVisser

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