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Spring Flower Creations

Today I want to share with you some of my favorite sellers on Etsy and their spring inspired creations. 


I just discovered Wired Designs on Etsy today while browsing through the gift guides. Dana of Wired Designs is from York, Pa., U.S.A., and began making jewelry several years ago, giving and selling mostly to friends and family members. Now she has a wonderful shop on Etsy filled with unique and beautiful hand-forged creations!



This handbag by Star of the East is just too amazing! Beautiful pink organza roses on a gorgeous taffeta field. What a beautiful bag to celebrate springtime with! Star of the East is a lovely mother and daughter team, Esther and Estella, from Turkey. They are amazing artists and their shop is filled with the most unique and beautiful items!



Become as beautiful as a rose garden if you wear this brooch! Meltemsem is an artist from Istanbul, Turkey, and her bio reads "The works I make reflect the delicate balance of modern arts with Anatolian motifs." I can see the new perfectly balanced with the past in her creations. Her work is absolutely breathtaking!



I love the free-flowing quality of Karen Faulkner's watercolor paintings! The piece above is an original watercolor and I love its delicate beauty. Karen is an artist from Pennsylvania, U.S.A., and she strives to make each painting unique, saying as much as she can in just a few brush strokes. Well, I think she manages to say quite a lot! Her work is just beautiful and fills me with peace and happiness. 

Comments

Ayşe Tuğrul said…
My all favorite artist are here Thank you so much for this blogging
Wonderful Designs , really stunning selection
StaroftheEast said…
Thank you so much for this lovely feature, gorgeous rose finds!
Arzu Musa said…
Such a wonderful list.. Thank you very much for your sharing
I'm honored to be mentioned in your beautiful blog! Love the spring flowers here!

~dana
Meltem said…
This is awesome surprise for me!
Thank you very very much for this great featured. Awesome rose items!

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