As you know, yesterday was my Grand Re-opening at Etsy. What you may not know is that I was teamed up with one of my besties for it! We both re-opened yesterday, and I think it was a pretty good success for two relatively unknown sellers! Today, I’d like to share with you some of her items, so you can snap them up before someone else does!
These are her Mauve Baby Cluster earrings. She actually has a whole series of similar pairs, in many colors and combinations of colors (she has one in particular called Stormy Night that she absolutely MUST post because they are gorgeoussss).
Here’s another variation of the pearl clusters: these are the Champagne Dangle Clusters. As you can see, they’re a bit longer than the baby clusters. I have a pair similar to these, in a pearly lavender, and they are just perfect. Very elegant and feminine.
This is the Tea Time box weave chainmaille bracelet. Box weave is an open square-shaped weave, and it has a really nice movement to it – perfect for a bracelet, in fact. Here it’s finished off with an adorable teapot-and-spoon toggle closure. There’s a matching set of earrings as well!
Kako (studiokako) has a lot of other items available as well. You should go check them out!
Kako and I have another friend – Marian. She works at an accountant’s office, so she wasn’t able to link up with us for Grand Opening festivities (lotsssss of extra hours at work), but she does plan to join in with us soon! She has one shop, currently open, featuring doll clothing and accessories. And she’s opening another one soon with other types of goodies! Here’s a sample of her handiwork:
This is her Hand Knit Pink Pixie Hat, and it’s designed to fit 18 inch dolls, such as American Girl dolls. These can be made in any color , and I think she said the other day that she can scale the pattern to fit other sizes – such as actual babies or even adults!
Kako and Marian and I are planning to keep our shops linked up like this – we’ve got plans to release new products on a schedule, encouraging each other and helping out where we can. It’s been a lot of fun and I’m excited for the future! Now, GO SHOP!