Every so often I have a conversation with someone who reminds me that I spend a lot of my life on the internet.
A joke about drinking out of mason jars and pintrest weddings fell absolutely flat. Explaining pintrest weddings also fell on confused ears.
The phrase “that would make a great tumblr”, also crashed and burnt.
And because I’ve been excited about my etsy store (which is still coming, but soon), I’ve been talking to people and I’ve been genuinely surprised at the people who just say “huh?”.
And it’s in those moment where I show people my handbag, show them my bracelets, and my necklace, basically show them my etsy purchases which I carry with me all the time.
This delightful brooch is a product of the oh-so-talented Amanda Whitelaw.
Who I followed on instagram (search hungrydesigns), which led to me buying a tote for my friend last Christmas, and then this brooch for myself.
Her designs are whimsical, edgy, sometimes dark, but always witty. And they’re one of a kind.
Her etsy shop has all kinds of delightful illustrations which are made into brooches, postcards, pocket mirrors, and I think I heard a whisper about tea cups.
The tea cups have me particularly excited.
I particularly love this kitchen aid brooch. How cute would this look on an apron!
But this is the brooch that adorns my bag. Since I bought my new camera I’ve been taking it around with me as much as possible, so I’ve turned into a bag person.
I love it! It turns an ordinary Rubi bag into something unique.
I love the whimsy of the baloons. It often distracts me thinking about the places she can go, or has been. All the things she has seen whilst drifting around on baloons.
I wish we could travel by baloon more.
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