If I haven't already bored you to death with lists and litany, then you're still with me! As the old saying goes, "All work, and no play, can make one's life extremely dull." Well, I refuse to come off as a dull, matronly authoritarian (as I'm anything but)! Today, we're going to have a bit of fun, and do some internet window shopping, on one of my favourite websites, Etsy.com!
If you're not already familiar with Etsy, it's a site created expressly for the buying and selling of handmade and vintage items, and the supplies with which to create your own projects. I've hand-picked some neat items and sellers to showcase, that I hope you will like! The practical, the artistic, the stylish, the eclectic, and the nostalgic, are all qualities of the products I'll be featuring.
After all, what good is a home, if you don't have wondrous, interesting objects to keep within, and to surround it?
Seeing as it's the end of spring, starting into summer, I'm going to begin with a few neat items to jazz up your gardens.
here, from Bear Paw Rustics.
here, from Connelly Art, and costs $49.95.
here, for $9.00 each, from The Rows Garden.
here, from Dust and Clay, for $45.
I've also found a few great vintage items, for your kitchen! Check these out!
here, from Vintage Wares, and it costs a measly $40! (if anyone would like to buy this for me, I would love you forever!)
here, from Change of Plans, for a meager $8!!!! Snap this one up, it's special, and so reasonably priced!
here, from The Plaid Curtain, for a very-reasonable $24!
here, from A Glimpse From the Past, for the low price of $24! Don't let this great deal pass you by!
Now, for some neat functional housewares, and decorative items.
here, from Imagined Place, for $35. I just love it!
here, from Blyth House Vintage, for the sum of $70. Love it!
here, from Otter Tales, for $110.
here, for $40, from Beaded Frog. So awesome!
here, from Imagined Place, for a mere pittance-- are you ready-- $75!!! What a fascinating piece of history, to be had for a song!
Thus ends our little shopping trip, down Etsy lane. I hope you've enjoyed these awesome items I have featured in my blog, as much as I do! Take care, until next time!
In my next blog entry, I'm going to show you how to build a simple, yet effective, homemade wasp and yellowjacket trap! I hate those little buggers!