Sunday, August 24, 2008

WWWG Street Team Finds

As I was browsing through the listings of my fellow etsy Wild Wise and Witty Grandmamas of Etsy Street Team members, I must have been thinking flowers! Maybe it is because summer is beginning to come to a close and the flowers in my garden are fading, the blossoms are getting smaller and everything seems to be preparing itself for the winter that lies just around the corner.

Whatever the reason, all three of my picks to feature this time all have a flower theme. So, although they are diverse items, they all speak to my love of flowers.

Stormeejean is the maker of this wonderful jacket. The soft, subdued colors are perfect. I think this jacket is so versatile that it works for the office, an evening out or even with a nice pair of casual pants for a walk around the Farmer's Market!

When I came across this beautiful Fused Dichroic Glass Pendant made by Firefly Glass Design I fell in love. Her shop is full of wonderfully designed pendants and deserve a closer look if you are in the market for a unique piece of jewelry for yourself or as a gift. Check her out and I am sure you will love what she has to offer and find her prices quite reasonable.

I suppose part of that "fading summer" mood I was in this morning is one of the reasons I was so drawn to Kelseys Korner because she has some of the most beautiful Christmas Ornaments I have seen in a long time! This Victorian Rose is so delicate! And she has many more to choose from, so please give her shop a look over! You will be glad you did.

So if you are like me and get a little sad when you think of the flowers fading and summer coming to a close, check out these lovely shops and find a way to have the flowers in your life all year around!


PumpkinGirl said...

I like that jacket!

Cher of Stu Stu Studio said...

Nice selection for the waning days of summer! I'm nostalgic for them already, although today looks like a perfect beachy day!

I'll be celebrateing the begining of my fav seasons, fall & winter with all of it's nekkid trees!