Brittany Campbell of The Homeground (whom we’ve had the pleasure of interviewing and getting to know) recently unveiled some dreamy photos of her coastal collection captured by Abbey Moore.
I spied some lovely photos over at Bonnie Forkner’s blog Going Home to Roost, who teamed up with The Homeground and are offering a sweet discount to (20% off purchases over $25 at The Homeground) to members of Bonnie’s recently launched The Roost Tribe.
It was awe at first sight when I happened upon Joanne Poore’s Vintage Rose on Etsy. Joanne, an English artist Penzance, England studied art and design in college and knew from a very early age she was destined to be an artist and live a life of creativity.
She has always had a love for jewelry and says, “even to this day, when I go into a bead or jewelry shop I am wide-eyed with wonder and excitement! My love of jewelry was borne from my love of playing with colors, textures and shapes in a tactile, 3-Dimensional way.”
Check out a few of Joanne’s dazzling handiwork from her shop. I was drawn in particular to the blues and greens pieces in her shop:
On the hunt for earthy, rustic jewelry? Here are some superb pieces from New England-dwelling Morgan of the shop Cloven. Morgan, who enjoys using natural materials, says it’s “nature’s rustic and raw beauty … [that is] Cloven’s strongest and most endearing inspiration.”
Using techniques like carving stones to reveal other naturally beautiful colors and hand-hammering metals for a textured and rustic effect, these lovely necklaces, bracelets and earrings are show-stoppingly gorgeous.
Check out a few of my favorites:
Make your way over to Cloven to view the rest of the stunning collection.
Tea collection currently has some cute clothing for girls. My oldest daughter, who turned four last week is really into what she deems “girl colors” lately: violet, pink, and red. So I put together a little ensemble from Tea collection (many in the under $20 range, save for the shoes) based on “girl colors”.
I kind of want that dress and those shoes for myself!
pssst. Stay tuned next week for a “Tea for Boys” post.
If you’re feeling in a funk, pop over to Distle Funk 2. It’s a shop by Maggie Montgomery, a self-professed craft-aholic hailing from Auburn, California.
Honestly, how darling are her handcrafted polymer clay beauties? Maggie uses her creative skills to give each pendant and bead a unique, distressed look — aging it to vintage perfection, if you will.