Somehow, March flew by before I could share my newly added Etsy favs, so I decided to make this a little longer than usual. If I hadn’t already bought a bird feeder, this one by Pigeon Toe Ceramics would be a cool alternative. Who am I kidding? I can’t afford that! But it sure is cool, right?
You know I’m obsessed with birds, and this original watercolor feather painting by The Nightjar would work perfectly in our gallery wall.
If you like Pride and prejudice, this tea towel from Brookish is perfect for you.
Need a clock? Uncommon has great clocks, like the tiny scallop.
And we’re back with the birds! Love this adorable Fire Bird made in Israel by Studio Kahn.
Add a little quirk to any space with this Light Vase by John Corcoran Design.
If quirk isn’t your thing, but you need a small vase, check out this Love Birdies vase in white by Red Hot Pottery.
Customize any space with a Wedding Scroll from My Sweet Prints.
Store magazines in style with the M is for Magazine rack from Paper Doll Wood Shop.
Bug Under Glass has tons of great real framed butterflies. So classic, pretty and natural.
Monograms are great, but moss-covered monograms, like these from A Stylish Design are even better.
How beautiful would a monogram look hanging from a front door to greet guests (and those annoying solicitors)?
Wood scraps can be recycled and turned into beautiful art, similar to the pieces from Paint Square.
Clay Shapes makes really awesomely textured bowls, like these Snow Bowls.
Must learn to make origami koi like Mabona Origami. Does anyone know how? Spill if you do!
For baby, this Rising Sun mobile from Jenna Bee’s Paper Creations gives baby something interesting and bright to look at while getting a diaper change.
An origami lampshade from Studio Snowpuppe would add texture and modern elegance to any dining room or living space.
Here’s a modern walnut clock by Off Cut Studio is so sleek and clean, perfect for the bachelor.
Silhouettes are elevated when cut from beautiful leaves, as demonstrated by Jenny Lee Fowler. Such a unique spin!
Add humor and a kitchen aid with this Charcoal Cow Butchery Diagram from Drywell.
Get eco-friendly, high-efficiency laundry detergent from Mrs. Jones’ Soapbox.
A little bird told me this Fill in the Blank print from Bird Ave was adorable.
How high-end does this paper mache bowl made by Up in the Air Somewhere look? Answer: very.
To fuel my love for all things miniature, this succulent necklace from Woodland Belle.
Cottage Light Studio‘s Summer Meadow print makes these rainy days a little brighter at the hope of summer.
I think this Home Sweet Home print by Sparkle Power would look homey and sweet in an entry.
Feeling uninspired at work? Play with these Walnut Zen Blocks to pass the time.
Keep your cotton balls safe with this ceramic cotton tailed bunny by Texas Ceramics.
Am I the only person in love with dandelion art? I can’t be. If you are, too, check out this print from Raceytay.
Commemorate road trips with a United States map marked with up to 10 cities from January Jones Prints.
Yes, I know. Another map. Birds and maps, I’m predictable at least.
We’ve also added a few prints to our Etsy shop. This pressed feather original art print, similar to the print we made for our bird gallery wall.
Next, we added a modern honeycomb pattern with bee in flight for a cute reminder to bee happy.
If you’ve had your eye on something in our Etsy shop, or want a personalized gift for mom, we’ve got good news for you. Use the code LOVEMOM15 when checking out to receive 15% off your entire order, now through Mother’s day, May 8th.
Also, we have to send out a huge thank you and virtual hug to my blog friend Jen at IHeart Organizing for her continued support.
Jen always has such great, practical ideas, and we’re especially loving her 30 items in 30 days challenge. Who doesn’t need a kick in the pants to get rid of some stuff? If you need more help getting yourselves organized, stop in the IHeart Organizing Etsy shop to stock up on personalized labels and templates.
So, there ya have my March and April Etsy favs. What are you waiting for? Start shopping! Not that I need encouragement to shop, but what made it to your Etsy favs recently?
Please note: We were not compensated for this post, we simply think these items are great and wanted to share with you.
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11 thoughts on “Etsy Favs: March and April”
love the honeycomb!
Arrg! So many cute things… I was going to comment what my favorite was, but then I lost track. I remember that I loved the modern clock and the (real) butterfly art.
And Karen, there are so many great things, its reasonable that you’d lose track. 🙂 The real butterfly art is amazing, isn’t it? So many to choose from, too.
AMAZING finds…and as for the origami koi directions- Im on it!!!! I have cranes in various rooms of our home as part o fthe design- but I am SERIOUSLY LOVING the koi!!!!
Origami koi are adorable! Here’s instructions on how to fold them. I’m off to find paper now!
I love these origami cois!
What a great idea for a mobile.
I only know how to make origami cranes:)
And I`m totally into this lovebird vase;)
Look what I made here…
than you`ll understand;)
Thanks so much for featuring my Wedding Scroll in your amazing line up of favs!
My Sweet Prints
You’re so welcome, Janette! Your scroll is so great!
Wow! I LOVE that paper mache bowl!! And the green initial at the front door would be great… wish my initial wasn’t lopsided!
The man who made the origami koi has a stop motion video of the instructions here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/sipmab/2453283799/in/photostream/
And here are step by steps of the same pattern he uses: http://www.origamiinstruction.com/origami-beautiful-koi-fish/
I haven’st tried it yet, but having done a lot of origami, I would caution against trying this unless you’ve worked through a lot of simpler models first!
The Origami Koi in that picture looks like the koi fish design by Robert Lang