This week I am desperately yearning for some springtime weather. Here are some Etsy picks inspired by my wish for spring. . .
What says more about spring than the chirping of the birds and their busy nest-making? This gorgeous yellow fellow by amberalexander is resplendent in the glowing light and shadow of this watercolor print. He appears to me to be a thoughtful bird, contemplating the tune of his next warbling song.
I love having lots of living bowls to serve side dishes or appetizers. This little bowl by etsy seller EmmaLitten is an ideal perfect hostess gift or a springtime gift for yourself! It is Robin’s egg blue that captures the delicate blues of new life and hope. (The best thing is this bowl is dishwasher and microwave safe!)
Wear the joys of spring on your wrist with this stunning bracelet created by schoolofcharms. It is composed of vintage flowers and European charms. This bracelet captures the spirit of vintage Paris in the springtime – elegant, charming, and oh-so-gorgeous.
This tote bag made by BStauffdesigns is simply gorgeous. The purity of colors in the brocade shimmers with a pearl-like sheen, creating the feelings of opulence and luxury. I have recently become a big fan of the color combination of blue and brown and this bag captures this elegant look.
Here is a beautiful photographic print of Robin’s eggs by artofwhimsyphoto. I love the look of the elegant vignette – it perfectly sets off the color of these eggs. Eggs are the perfect symbol of spring: new life, hope, and the joy of nature’s beauties.
This beautiful skein of handspun yarn by sagefox is made out of merino wool. Perfect for your springtime creation. The pastel colors of this yarn remind me of dying hardboiled Easter eggs as a child. Knit or crochet yourself into spring!
I hope that the warmth of spring's winds have blessed your home wherever you are (and if you're in the Southern hemisphere that you can live vicariously through this collection of Etsy treasures.)
Thanks to the Daily Etsian for this wonderful opportunity to share with you some of my favorite finds, look for my column each week!
A little about me: My name is Hannah and I am currently in my last semester at St. John’s University in Queens, NY working on my undergraduate degree in English. When I am not reading and writing for classes, I create things! I love to paint, draw, do freeform crochet and knitting, as well as work on mixed media projects. I am currently running a little Etsy shop named after my grandmother called Genevieve’s Legacy. The beauty and pride that comes from working with your hands to make a beautiful object of practicality or simple aesthetics is a joy that I hope to share with you!