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A wonderful selection of dreamy vintage jewelry by Japonica! I love the delicateness of their pieces.


“Japonica, which means Japan white windflower, symbolizes pureness, wilderness, hope and absolute freedom. This is how we want our creations to be... We planted hope in our Japonicas (referring to our creations) and it is hard to part with any of them. Nevertheless, we slowly learn that japonicas are meant to take greater heights, to take off and fly...”

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I was absolutely blown away when I discovered Louche Lab in etsy. The variety and uniqueness of their handmade designs is incredible and the colors just draw you in!

Louche Lab is the creative duo Aya and Ned and if you’re up to discovering even a larger collection of art, craft and photography visit their site here!


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There is always something that you simply can’t resist. In my case it is desserts! So when I discovered Petit Plat at Etsy, I knew I had to share these mouthwatering detailed miniatures by Stephanie.
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A beautiful collection of handmade porcelain pieces by D Terry Designs who lives and creates in Tennessee. Having studied Fine Arts and specializing in ceramics and sculpture, the designer is mainly inspired by natural forms and patterns.

“I love carving small and tedious designs in my pieces to make organic forms and textures.”

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Gorgeous repurposed jewelry by the White Owl creative duo. If you like vintage, you’ll fall in love with this collection where lace and various vintage elements are artfully composed to inspiring pieces, ideal for romantics and daydreamers!!

Here is what the two designers (sisters) note: “Many of our materials are rescued from estate sales, flea markets and even our own Grandmother! It is important to us to try to use repurposed materials as much as we can but we also love the mix of old and new.”

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In Midwest Alchemy one can find a wide selection of handmade artisan rings rich in sculptural elements and gorgeous rough gemstones.

Here is a small introduction by the designer: “Currently I am exploring organic forms as sculptural elements. I am intrigued by the textures and subtle nuances of nature (shape, color, repetition) as well as those created by man. Mundane, often overlooked objects also act as a source of inspiration. Interesting, imperfect, non-traditional they may be…but a rusty gate, a crack in the sidewalk or a fallen oak represents the notion of a harsher, yet honest beauty. Each component, whether it be a stone - precious or not - or a seed pod - has been hand selected with these visuals in mind. A sculptural work of art – encompassing all of these concepts – created to be as unique as its wearer!”.
 
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Vilte is all about gorgeous felt eco art! In this online shop one can find fresh accessories and garments, handmade exclusively with natural and organic materials.

A very interesting statement of the designer: “Felting is my passion, my expression, meditation, my relation to the world.  I have been a feltmaker for the past few years, absolutely obsessed with this enchanting world of fibers... I have published a book "Veltinis" ("Felt", 2008) about felting technique in Lithuania (it is the first book in Lithuania covering this textile art). I work with various kinds of wool and other natural fibers. I always prefer organic, sustainable materials for my felted items. Raw wool that I use in some of my pieces comes only from small scale shepherds who love and care for their sheep. I also practise dyeing with plants in eco friendly way. I prefer safe plants and don't use any heavy metal mordants.  When I use synthetic dyes, I also choose only approved ones by OKO TEX standarts. I enjoy principles of slow fashion and slow art, and I support ethical fashion and design. My main areas of work are applications of nuno felting techniques, i.e. combining wool and fabric in felt and working with raw fleece.”

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I’m always happy to discover new creations in Etsy, that’s why I was utterly thrilled by Fleurfatale’s fresh jewelry collection!

Beautifully combined elements, textiles, gemstones and colors that blow you away! Drop by her etsy shop for more Fleurfatale “candies”!
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