Saturday, November 28, 2009

My Husband, The Celebrity (Part 2)

Do you remember this? Well, he's done it again!
This time in the Holiday Promo Gift Guides, as well as a little cameo on Etsy's front page last night...such a stud.

Congrats to Noelle of Xenotees...since it's really her shirt that got him there! ;)
P.S. we have at least one tiff a week over who can wear that shirt! It's soooooo comfy!

Monday, November 23, 2009


The new Poppytalk Holiday Market is up and running!
Click Here to check it out!

Click Here to go directly to my table.

Friday, November 20, 2009

A NEW Banner!

Just in time for the holidays! Spread some joy with this reusable vintage linen banner...
use for birthdays, holidays, entertaining and special days...anytime you need to celebrate. Or hang it year-round in a window, office, child's room, or doorway...any spot that needs some cheer!
"The children were nestled all snug in their beds,
While visions of sugar plums danced in their heads"

Thursday, November 19, 2009

The Alvaro3, Locket Style

I was rummaging through my jewelry and came across this old locket with a prepubescent photo of me and my hubby. This picture was taken right before we "hooked up" (for lack of a better phrase) at the ripe ol' age of barely 16. I love this thing! But it was high time to add the third member of our unstoppable force. So Judah (and Winnie the Pooh's ear) got trimmed down, laminated, and tossed in to the mix.
In an effort to make it longer, and not purchase a new chain, I jumbled together three old sterling silver chains. Oh, and the marigold lace is just because I can't help myself.

Thursday, November 12, 2009

The Smallest Pot Necklace

Peculiar, adorable, and one of a kind...

This sweet little trinket is curiously wonderful. When I saw it on the shelf at one of my favorite vintage shops, I knew immediately that it wanted to be on a necklace...preferably a long one.
Bonus: you can always stuff your grocery list in there if you're out of pockets.

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

My Work Space

I was invited by Mod3rnArt Jewelry to participate in a project called iStudio:
iStudio was born from the idea that, "where the artist works is sometimes just as interesting as the work itself." After seeing several workshops/studios we quickly came to the conclusion that this was also an art form; more of an anthropological art form.

Coming up with one photo was a toughie, but this one pretty much sums it up:

Click Here to go to iStudio and see them all.
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