Today I want to share Colourful Blossom by Nuby with you. Nubia Garcia is the talented artist behind this line of hand sculpted polymer clay jewelry. I'm always astounded by how much detail she can create in miniature. Here's a peak at just a few of her creations and you can see more in her Etsy shop or follow her on Facebook. We ordered some of the elephant wine glass charms as a Christmas present and now I want some for our bar too! She also does custom work if you have something unique in mind.
Things are sometimes slow to pop up on my radar — like Twice for instance. It's a site selling brand name merchandise that's been gently worn. In addition to buying great merchandise, you can clean out your own closet and earn some bucks by selling items you never wear. We all have at least one item still sporting tags in our wardrobe now don't we?
My friend Holly took me to a giant antiques and such show a few months back and we loved this clever reuse of some old books. Now generally I'm not a fan of defacing a book, but I could see around this if some pages were missing it the content was awful or sleep-inducing. Basically you just use a bandsaw to cut the shape of the alphabet letter you'd like to create.
These edible vanilla candy feathers by andiespecialtysweets are lovely. You can request a custom color and they're sold in sets of 12. Their recipe uses organic and fair trade ingredients, with no hydrogenated or fractionated oils. Check out their entire etsy shop for every kind of edible object imaginable.
A broken flower pot needn't be tossed out. Look at these brilliant fairy gardens created from broken pots for a second life. The shards are used to make a small scale terrace effect. Anyone old enough to remember the terrarium craze of the 70's?