Friday, August 26, 2011

Etsy Finds 8.26.11

1. Kumari Garden Quilt - If only I was more of a sewer, I might try and make something like this for the baby.
2. Ruby Ring - I could see myself wearing this on my ring or middle finger on my right hand. 
3. Aquamarine Shell Bowl - This would look cool in a bathroom with some cute little soaps.
4. Paper Flower Wreath -Fun project for a rainy day.
5. Custom Initial Monogram - I love this! Simple and sweet.
6. Vintage School Desk & Chair - This already sold, but I still wanted to share it. This would be a cute addition to a little kids room as an art desk or to do their homework on, or a timeout even ;)

I'm so excited for this weekend. We're going camping for 3 nights at Lake Mendocino. We used to camp there every year for a week straight, but haven't been able to for the last 3 or 4 years, and I've missed it so! I've missed sleeping in a tent listening to the sounds of nature, sitting around the camp fire, loosing myself in a good book..all day long, playing games at the picnic table, cooling off in the lake, disconnecting from technology (except for my Kindle), taking walks around the campground, napping in the hammock.  Ahhhh....camping is good for my soul :)

Wishing you all a lovely Friday and even lovelier weekend!



  1. Jenny have fun camping & relaxing! Again some lovely etsy finds.

  2. As always, I love your picks. We visited my grandparents in Boston this summer and raided their attic. We found the most precious wooden schoolhouse desk and chair, which I snagged for G in about .2 seconds!! I love it!
    Also, I was wondering if you'd mind sharing your photo editing secret for your Etsy Find posts; i.e. which program do you use to combine and edit (add text, etc) to your images? It seems as though I've dabbled in nearly everything out there, but like to get tips/ideas from others...

  3. Sarah, you are so lucky to have schoolhouse desk, especially a family heirloom! I LOVE Picasa for creating photo collages, like the ones I create for my Etsy finds. It also allows you to add text to the photos. And the best part, is it's FREE!

  4. Thanks for the tips! I have Picasa but end up going into Picnik to edit. I'll have to stay in Picasa more often. I love the way you make those collages! Thanks again.


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