Thursday, October 30, 2008
Think kitsch and harajuku, think fabulous and unique - think Wonderland Boutique
Looking for colorful fabulousness this season? Take a journey through the Etsy looking glass into Wonderland Boutique! Bold, vivid prints meet ribbons and bows. There's flair in every detail on Amy's totes and coin purses - you'll love 'em!
Amy is a new member of the Amys in the Arts Team, and has been on Etsy for only a few months. She adds a bit of love to each handcrafted accessory. I love her mixture of color and print, and the little additions like buttons and charms that make her items so eyecatching. Each piece has a truly original look. Check out her shop, and browse through the lush images of bags and accessories you'll definitely want to use day after day to bring yourself a bit of sunshine. Amy looks forward to making uniquely-yours, custom totes in whatever size, style and look you're going for - contact her today! And keep an eye on this talented seamstress in the future to see what else she brings to the world!
Personally, I adore the Liquorice Delish Mini Tote. I love allsorts, and carrying this tote would just make me smile from ear to ear. Having one of Amy's matching coin purses to accompany it would keep me very happy! If you're looking for an outstanding, stand-out bag, then this is your shop.
WonderlandBoutique.Etsy.Com - Spread the Wonderland word.
Happy Thursday! Amy
Thursday, October 23, 2008
Friday, October 17, 2008
Thursday, October 9, 2008
The field a scarlet gown.
- Emily Dickinson, Nature 27 - Autumn
3. AmyRehnae's Art Print 'Fragile Beauty':
4. Caramel Corn Boro Earrings by adornbyamysingley:5. amyzo's Happy Fall Cards:
6. 2 entries from amybean - a light green mini scarf and a dark green one too:
7. Autumanl Cluster Earrings by AREjewellery:
8. Petiteami's artwork 'Autumnal':9. Esma's Linked Bangle Bracelets:
10. Tiger Eye and Smokey Quartz Endless Necklace by xmissamyx:
11. And finally, this Pumpkin Mouse Primitive Pocket by Amyliz:
Now all you need to do is vote for your fave in the poll!
Also, I had sent out a bunch of requestions for authors when we first got started & several were not returned. So please watch your emails for this to come to you.
Wednesday, October 8, 2008
Amy Esther Ceramics
I find that I instantly warm up upon entering Amy Esther's Etsy store. Warm and rich pieces of wheel-thrown pottery adorn the walls of her shop. Take a browse and you'll see what I mean!
This 25 year old from Rochester, NY who currently lives, writes and throws in Philadelphia, spends her evenings creating her beautiful pottery pieces with her own modern take on ancient African designs. Time spent studying abroad in Botswana led her to an apprenticeship which would instill a love for pottery she brought back to the states with her. You'd expect to find bowls, cups and vases in a shop like this, which you will, but you can also find gems such as pendants, magnets and votive holders. The deeper you look, the more you'll fall in love!
Having a love, myself, for all things African, I just adore the Elegant Gold Vase. I love the authenticity of the design, and the peaceful feeling I get looking at it. Amy is presently accepting custom orders for the holidays until October 20, so act quickly! Her pieces will make great gifts for any occasion!
Checkout Amy's Etsy profile to learn more about her, and check out her blog, too, In the Night Kitchen!
Happy Wednesday! Amy