The Lovely Raindrop has treated us to some gorgeous stirling silver jewelry. I am partial to the eternity necklaces but I bet most of you have your eye at that puzzle piece. The pictures speak for themselves but I would love you to see how fine and delicate this jewelry is. The packaging is even sweet.
Morgan, the shop owner was kind enough to send all three. Miss Grace claimed one of the eternity necklaces immediately (I'll retrieve it when she is sleeping) but that still leaves two stunning necklaces to give away to you.
Morgan's kindness has inspired me to change up the giveaway this time. Please tag the name of the person you would like to see win one of these necklaces in the comments feed of this Facebook post or comment below. If they don't have a Facebook account a simple name will do.
Goose Grease, a company with the best name ever, sent us two sets of these adorable little peg people. From what you tell me, they are very difficult to come by.
As a teacher, I can tell, that children will often gravitate towards the simplicity of toys like this. I say toy, but my set will likely sit as a decoration high up on a shelf so little hands can't ruin them. Isn't that awful? I can't help it. I like these little guys and I want to admire them for awhile before they become buried under piles of cheap plastic toys which they are far superior to.
My next goal will be to snag some unpainted peg people and create my own little family. Probably a family of ninjas, so the art work should be easy enough.
If you win a set, are you going to share with your children? Like this post on Facebook for a chance to own your own little peg family.
Live Steamy sent our girls some of these gorgeous fantasy light up fairy dust bottles. They really are magical! Just ask Grace. In fact, she just made a wish on one which she is keeping under wraps. If I was a betting girl, I would say she either wished for an unlimited supply of "Littlest Pet Shops" or another trip to New York City. I love my little city girl.
I approached this seller, which I rarely do, because I thought these fairy dust bottles were absolutely adorable. I teach little children and I have two of my own and I can promise you this: little children fully and completely believe in fairy dust magic.
I have one to give away, as usual. Who needs a little magic in their life? I am heading to the post office on Monday with a pile of prizes to mail out. I would love to mail this one to a little doll who really needs it. You know what to do. Like this post on Facebook for a chance to win.
Wall Stickers World can be a little naughty. I like it. I wanted to showcase three completely different wall decals on this review but my mom reads these so I settled for three equally cool, but less mischievous than this or this or whoa even this. I warned you! Guess which one I now own, thanks to the folks at Broomsticker.co.uk.
Yoga pose? Nope, I admit I own many pairs of Yoga pants but they have yet to see a studio. I should probably start calling them 'drinking wine on a Tuesday 'pants.
That pretty kitty? Wrong again, although that righteous cat is next on my list.
The Evolution of the writer. Yes, I am going to have a real office someday for this decal, where I can write and put my feet up on the desk and drink whiskey in a short tumbler during work hours. Maybe, I'll even wear my 'drinking wine on a Tuesday' pants while I cuddle my cat, Bill Bailey.
Small Company Artworks creates these gorgeous tiny sculptures. I am such a fan of accessible art. It's always been frustrating to enter art exhibits and galleries and realize that you could never own a piece due to the size and price of the artwork.
I now own the muse. She sits next to my Buddha collection and encourages me to keep writing even when I might rather be exercising...ha, kidding, more like reading, drinking wine, filling up carts on Modcloth that I'll never afford; just about anything but exercising.
She really is a beautiful little piece of art. I am so pleased to have her. Check out her creator's Facebook page here.
Do you need a muse? Are you sitting at a boring desk full of bland things like paper, staples and paperclips? Do you have a spot for her on your desk? We've got an exclusive deal for you! Use code GOTEAMKATE at the checkout or mention GoTeamKate when you order for a 20% discount. Otherwise, like this post on Facebook for a chance to win one from me.
WoodRestart is one of the first companies I agreed to review. I absolutely fell in love with their docking stations. The artists are from Bulgaria and they use wood that has naturally dropped in the forest due to severe storms or forest fires. Can you believe that? Every single piece is handmade and so unique. They were such nice people to correspond with, as well, which really makes me want to work hard to get you looking at their shops.
I feel privileged to have a piece of their fine woodwork sitting beside me right now. Guess what? Yes, I have one for you, too. It is similar to this one but like I said, they are all so unique. A 'like' will get you entered, but I sincerely hope the winner will adore these as much as I do.
Whether you teach or parent or both, you'll be familiar with the important of learning sorting. How much do you love these little toadstools that are handmade by 2HeartsDesire? Can I just tell you how tired I am of sorting bread ties? Finally, an affordable, handmade answer to sorting. As an added bonus you can work on patterns and subitizing! Some of you may need to look that last one up.
Look below for some more of the lovely products available from this shop. All the options for pretend play without the scary chemicals found in plastic. Works for me. Who needs a set of these colorful toadstools? You know what to do.