A perennial favorite fashion choice is reasserting itself this season. It’s favorite look among those who love Boho style, stacked rings sitting at different points of your fingers which create a whimsical and romantic look. As if you’ve collected each ring on a great journey through out your life and whether or not they fit perfectly is not the point, it’s the memory that each ring represents. I love making these rings in my studio, they provide a fun relaxed counterpoint to making the more staid wedding rings that I work on.
This collection features a few of the very best in handmade and on vintage Etsy. These wonderful vendors want nothing more then to help create the perfect Valentines Day, for you and that special someone in your life. It features: WyomingCreative, Catbooks1940s, michiemay, joyneckwear, TaylorMade2pt0, OhLaLaPaper, TrueValueVintage, friendlygesture, MonsieurFox, sixthandmain, BeautySpot, MissMittensVintage, dottirosestudio, klaradar, AliciaBock, and VintageScholar. These are just a few of the amazing shops found on Etsy so come and explore.
Curated By: Eljuks
Featuring The Work Of: viruset, OneMe, LBCpaper, Sweetkeetle, Biberklau, SweetPaperLove, MariesMarketplace, JoozieCotton, tweakedgreen, chickenandcustard, LaurelAndLime, MissPottery, backporchstudios, PannaKotta, DestinyPhoebe, RueDesLouves
America Is Not… Is
America is not a land marked by boarders on a map
America is not made of rock land or sea
America is not the country
we were fooled into
mistaking it to be
America is not a monger of war
not a preacher of nationalism
America does not exploit
the weaknesses of humanity
America has never been
or depicted properly
by those career manipulators
America is not a place
where one man can reject
the presence of another
America is raw unearthed potential
freedom truth beauty equality!
America resides in the heart and mind
America is home of the human spirit
America is a dream of potential earth utopia
America is something we all cherish and long for
America, its time we redefine ourselves
rethink our concept of who we are.
Gregory Allen Uhan