This bracelet is something new that I've been working on. I love how wide and modern looking this new bracelet design. Here are the details:This beautiful hand stamped leather bracelet is made with very high quality leather. ~
1 1/4 by 2 inch aluminum disc hand stamped with up to 5 names or words
and has a slightly hammered finish, attached by rivets to the leather
bracelet ~This leather bracelet is 2 inches wide ~ Has 2 sets of leather flowers (as shown in pictures)
And only $35 for a limited time!
This is a great Christmas gift! Please visit my shop! https://www.etsy.com/listing/168832531/leather-hand-stamped-bracelet-with?ref=shop_home_feat
For the last few weeks, I've been very excited to launch a beautiful,
new, and more affordable line of Hand Stamped necklaces! My Pewter Collection,
is hand cast in fine pewter and each pendant has a slightly different shape making them truly unique.
Approximately the sizes of pendants are 7/8 inch, 1 inch, and 1 1/4inch, they are nice and thick and have a
great weight to them. They all come with either a 16 or 18 inch sterling silver plated thick flat cable chain, fresh water pearl or Swarovski birthstone(s). They range in price from only $20 and up.
New Peanut Allergy Medical Alert Necklace - Pink. $10 + shipping!
I have a Little Lady with a Peanut Allergy. It's very important for me
for her to be safe and that others are aware of her allergy.
necklace has a 1inch silver pendant with a small ring of pink glitter
around the edges (optional). It has a medical alert symbol and the
words "PEANUT ALLERGY". It also comes with a pink gem, and comes with a
24" pink ball and chain necklace. Should you find necklace is too long
you can simply cut off a few of the pink balls to shorten or let me know
which length you would like.
This necklace is waterproof.
Small children should be supervised while wearing.
In August of this year, I was so excited and surprised to find out that I was expecting my 4th baby! By eight weeks along I knew something was wrong, and an ultrasound confirmed my baby died at 6.5 weeks and I miscarried at 10 weeks. I know a lot of people don't say much about miscarriage or early infant loss but it has hit me hard. I lost my baby and one of the hardest things is for everything to go on like nothing happened. Most of all I wanted a "remembrance" of my baby and I designed a couple of necklaces for myself. I wear one of them almost daily. I decided to sell these in my etsy shop to bring comfort to other women who have experienced a miscarriage or infant loss. I added a birthstone to each necklace, for mine, a April birthstone for when my baby was due.
Here is the info about these precious and close to my heart necklaces.
I have a Little Lady with a Peanut Allergy. We are a peanut/nut free house but since she's only 2, I knew I needed to either buy or make a peanut allergy medical alert necklace. So I made these cute bottle cap necklaces, and wanted to make them inexpensive for other Little Ladies with peanut allergies. They are only $4.50 plus shipping. They'd make a great gift for any little girl with a peanut allergy. Check them out at my shop .
I've listed some new items in my etsy shop, My Little Lady Designs recently. They make great gifts for Moms, Grandma, Aunts, Sisters, and Friends! My necklaces are all sterling silver even down to the jump rings that attach the discs to the necklace.
Hi! I'm a total Pinterest addict! I love everything from DIY, recipes, crafts, etc. I also co-lead crafts for our Moms group (like MOPS). My friend Stacy and I love to come up with fun crafts and Pinterest has made it much easier to get ideas from. I had pinned this and we thought it would be perfect for our next craft day. It didn't have a tutorial so I came up with my own and want to share it with you!
Things you will need:
A 13 inch mdf or wooden letter
muslin or linen
floral berries, flowers, buttons for embellishment
Most of our items were purchased at Hobby Lobby (♥ that store)!
Take your Letter and paint the front and sides. I used acrylic paint.
Next, you need to figure out how you want to hang it. Some letters are easier than others :) Having a last name with a "J" was a little tricky but I think it turned out nice. Some letters you can simply wrap the burlap around the top.
I folded a piece of burlap and hot glued the ends on the back of my letter. Then I took a piece of muslin and put it through the loop on top.
Then came the fun part, embellishing!
I made a simple bow (just tied a knot) with a wide stripe of burlap and then hot glued it to the burlap attached to my letter.
Next, I hot glued some floral berries to the burlap and made sure that my rosettes would cover the bottom of them.
Then I made rosettes and hot glued them on.
I sanded the edges to get a distressed look and then added a few more rosettes to the bottom of the J also.