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First row: Fun for a girl or a boy. Vintage black leather Oxford shoes from Pamplemousse Moose (pamplemoussemoose.etsy.com), $30; Pair this fairy dust with a wand and you’re in business. Glory dust from Dandelion Cupcake (dandelioncupcake.etsy.com), $4; A smart addition to any accessories collection—and it’s leather! Vintage Dooney & Bourke purse from Pamplemousse Moose (pamplemoussemoose.etsy.com), $90; Creepy cool. The Bobbi Fleckman tee from One Wild Oat (onewildoat.etsy.com), $21; This would be so sweet in a nursery. Happy cat smiley mini pillow from Momonmo (momonmo.etsy.com), $9.
Second row: Fully customizable! Leather cuff from NateDawgandBethylBug (natedawgandbethylbug.etsy.com), $20; A weighty pair of die for gilded luck. Solid sterling silver dice from Silver Muse Studio (silvermusestudio.etsy.com), $275; Street cred. Bicycle chain bracelet from OCD Bike Art (ocdbikeart.etsy.com), $20; An original silkscreen tee from local artist Russell Richards is the epitome of indie fab (russellrichards.etsy.com), $20; Gotta love a lamp with a sense of humor. Wood mannequin figure lamp from Whamodyne (whamodyne.etsy.com), $79.
Third row: Immortalize Fido with a custom portrait. From Carol’s Many Portraits (carolsmanyportraits.etsy.com), $270; Love the colors and whimsy in this print. “Yes, I swim” print from Turquoise Lollipops (turquoiselollipops.etsy.com), $35; Bright, beautiful, and a little funky. Super skinny belt from Saysi Designs (saysidesigns.etsy.com), $135; A rustic addition to a kitchen or bedroom. Red hanging pendant light from Lamp Shade Designs (lampshadedesigns.etsy.com), $85; Handmade and educational? What’s not to like? Stuffed baby’s clutch ball from Sewn Buddies (sewnbuddies.etsy.com), $25.
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