>HerGypsySoul has put together a lovely list of handmade “must-have”‘s in various spicy shades. She was kind enough to include my East Indies “Calcutta” bangle set, as well as some other awesome items, like this pattern by YearoftheGoat for some funky leg-warmer-esque footwear.
If you have a moment, check it out!
At some point last night (most likely while I was watching the women gymnastics from the Olympics in Beijing), Bullfinch and Barbury made the front page of Etsy!
One of my new East Indies color sets, dubbed “Calcutta” was highlighted — though I only know this because of the massive amount of traffic that hit my little shoppe.
I owe someone a huge thanks for picking out my jewelry and getting it on the front page Etsy showcase! (Too bad I was busy gasping over the American gymnasts on the uneven bars !)
>Here’s another variation on the East Indies color scheme — this time with a little extra saffron and marifold yellow tones as specified by Missandrony (who, by the way, rocks). I think they turned out very nicely and look good when displayed on an obliging asiatic lily.
If you stop into the Thatched Cottage
on Main Street in Doylestown, PA, you can see a few of my pieces in person. Among the collections of desireable items housed in this lovely shop are a few of my Revolú bracelet sets, the Luna moth pendant with some earrings and stackable rings thrown in as well.
If you are in town, stop by and check them out! While you’re at it, swing by one of my favorite places, The Mercer Museum
, as it is only a stone’s throw away.
>This set find so many people who love it! Here’s a new variation of spicy tones!
I love this set of five bracelets in bold spice-toned enamel. My favorite out of the whole lot is the peacock green and red Berries bracelet. I tried it on with my saffron colored Berries bracelet
and the combination was proof that too much of a good thing was better!