Today’s colour is…orange.

8 May

I love descovering new exciting things on Etsy. I’m not necessarily looking to buy, but it is always inspiring to have a good old rummage and discover what other people are creating. There are so many talented people out there its sometimes hard to know where to start looking! With this in mind I like to simply type in random words and see what comes up. Todays word is Orange, Here are a few things that I found and love!

These stunning pictures are by a lady called Natasha Tayles, she has some amazing art work. All as bright and beautiful as these two. I only wish I had the money to buy one!

I absolutely love this ribbon topiary by ‘So Cute Parties’. They have loads more on there shop. How lovely would they look at a wedding or  children’s party? I’d love them in the garden all year long!

I pretty much had a cuteness overload when I saw these adorable crocheted bunnies hiding in a carrot!The bunnies are hand crocheted and the purse is made separately from cotton so you can use it for your loose change! Why not check out Wererabbit2006‘s shop for other cute creations!

There are loads more wonderful creations I could have picked, but for obvious reasons I could not list them all! Why not take a look yourselves? You might find something you love!

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4 Responses to “Today’s colour is…orange.”

  1. Sue Webb May 9, 2012 at 6:59 am #

    How lovely all your finds are, that art work is amazing, thanks for sharing it!

    • humbugbuttonbeetle May 9, 2012 at 10:12 am #

      It’s gorgeous isn’t it! Speaking of which I had a peek at your work, its all stunning!x

  2. Lucy B May 9, 2012 at 10:21 am #

    Ooh I do love that ribbon topiary! Trying to think of anything I could buy some for! Hmmm…

    • humbugbuttonbeetle May 9, 2012 at 12:02 pm #

      hehe! A bright pink one would look lovely in your garden in the summer!x

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