Getting Wordy.

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Anyone familiar with my blog knows how much I love Etsy and its seemingly endless abundance of quirky curiosities. This afternoon, I'm so happy to share a post I curated for the Etsy blog, combining two of my great loves, art and words. It's "an ode to wordiness," if you will - check it out, here. Thanks so much for having me, Etsy! 

 

From top to bottom: Chosen Words poem by Brooke Schmidt; "Sweet Heavenly Molasses" print by Kate Moore Creative; "I Shall Bring You Happiness" greeting card by Laura Gee Illustration; Red Animal postcards by Furze Chan; "LOSER" banner by Napkin.

A side note: In putting together the post, I developed an obsession with everything from the shop Napkin (owner Cortny is responsible for the pom-pom banner featured in the last shot above). I'll be moving apartments in June - thinking of getting this as a first addition to my new space.

19 comments:

max said...

hooray for you and etsy!

sherry said...

You are a wonderful tour guide for Etsy treasure hunt. You always find interesting shop I never knew. Thank you!

rebecca said...

a new space!!! oh the conversations we can have about moving and decor...

girlseeksplace said...

Love it. There are so many wonderful things on Etsy. I so wish I had my own space to decorate with reckless abandon.

tara said...

hooray!! heading over to check it out :)

Nicole said...

I love Etsy, too. What did we ever do without it? Thanks for sharing these great finds. Those pom pom banners are fantastic and I just favorited a bunch of Kate Moore Creatives stuff!

eileen ragan | leaner by the lake said...

I lovvved your Etsy post. Am needing that molasses print on my bedroom wall, pronto. Please and thank you.

Great round-up Shoko!!

-Eileen
www.leanerbythelake.com

eileen ragan | leaner by the lake said...

Also - that fish in the percolator is one of my favoritest quotes from Twin Peaks!!

www.leanerbythelake.com

April said...

I love word art. The first thing I did when I got my own printer at work was print some inspiration for my clip boards at home!

molly yeh said...

oh these are all too beautiful, especially the molasses one :-)

magical said...

love the pom pom banners. dashie needs one for his room!

Anonymous said...

adore it all.

Shoko said...

Becca, let's chat :)

Eileen, I love that molasses print, too!

Anonymous said...

The pom banners are awesome.

Kathy said...

This was a "turtley awesome" post!

aliceinbo said...

Thanks for sharing! Love these too!
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Joy said...

These were all so cool - love it.

auste said...

man, you have such a knack for finding the best etsy shops... loving your picks, and your words.

Monica L. Shulman said...

I've noticed how much you love Etsy and I love these finds! But you know I always say you have the most wonderful way of seeking out such treasures.

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