Saturday, March 13

Saturday Shopping

So here we go again with Saturday shopping. I found some things I really love this week. Be sure to click the store names and browse the shops. Lots and lots of great items can be found in each of these stores!!! Have a happy Saturday, and lots of fun shopping!

Porcelain Designs

They are very unique, artistic, and shiny!
Using techniques similar to the ancient art of china painting, each piece begins with the finest porcelain clay, individually formed, and hand-finished before it's first clear glaze is applied and kiln fired.
Then, each barrette is painted by hand, with layers of mixed metallic glazes and on some pieces we also add accents in 22k gold.

Take a look around my shop and let me know what you think!

Poetry Jewelry (Please see the ad this page!!!)
I am Creative. Its the best way to describe myself. My husband thinks I have OCD – Obsessive Creative Disorder. Everything has to be creative, my food, my house, my books, my music, the packed get the drift. I love creating and have lost track of how many handmade gifts I have made and given through the years.

I am inspired by life. I love books, music, ancient history, anything that tells a story. I am a Cancerian, so like a little crab I hoard all the positive energy I get out of these and then input it into my creations. I want to share them with you, give you the same joy it gives me creating them. Every piece is created with complete commitment and passion. Each piece is passed through my harshest critics, My Family. So I can actually call this a family Business :) . But over and above that I am my harshest critic and my biggest completion. My aim is always to learn from Yesterday, absorb Today and be better Tomorrow.

My line of jewelry is a collection of colourful pieces in various materials and textures. I have pieces for casual wear, office wear and occasion wear. So do take a look and visit often for new designs and ideas will keep coming and do add me to your favourites. On a last note, My name is Kavitha and in Sanskrit it means Poetry


i am a stay at home mom of a 3 and 6 year old. I have had a shop on Etsy for about a year now. I have been an artist my whole life and hope to build my business over the next few years so when both my kids are in school I can make a "living" off of what I love.
Thanks again,



"Becoming an artist: how did I start? Honestly, I put a blank canvas on the table in front of me, picked out my favorite color (aqua/teal) from the paints I’d just bought, and positively slathered it on the canvas! Then I sat back and watched it dry. I have never in my life been that excited to watch paint dry. And at the ripe age of 33, too. I never knew in the years I was in school and then putting my children through school that I had this in me!

The idea to paint, create jewelry, and sell what I’d created was born of boredom and an unfulfilled sense of self. I've been a stay-at-home mom for quite a few years and felt so empty and unlike myself when everyone was gone during the day. And I realized that I honestly lived for MORE than just their coming home at the end of the day. I lived for the deep wellspring of passion that only art and its creation can tap into; the one that had been buried for way too long!"

Hey there! My name is Casey and I’m a 19 year old, Australian photographer. I have had a love for photography for as long as I can remember and I truly believe this passion for photography emerges through my photographs.

I feel as though my specialty is portraiture. I really connect to this genre and love being able to share a story or emotion through a single second in time. I am constantly learning more about myself and my camera and I feel that learning new things is super important when (attempting) to run a small business.

I have really only started to think about my photography in a professional manner over the past year, before that it was simply just a hobby I adored. In 2009, I bought my first DSLR camera and since then my passion for photography has grown more than I could have ever imagined. I’ve recently opened my etsy store (Jan 2010) and began selling my fine art prints which has been a huge learning curve!

I’m really looking forward to seeing what this New Year will bring for me and my photography. I’m shooting for a couple of weddings soon and aiming to fill lots of people’s walls with my unique photographs!


  1. Thank you so much for adding me to this post! I am so proud and happy to be alongside these other talented artists and artisans. This is a great feature, Trina!

  2. Thanks so much for featuring me on your blog today =)