Friday, June 18, 2010

Arts and Accessories by Yali Paz-Gilboa

Arts and Accessories by Yali Paz-GilboaI'm all over the place on the net and I discover the artisans and artists that I feature on this blog from just about everywhere I visit from photograph sites to search engines, browsing through Etsy, Artfire, 1000 Markets and Zibbet to forays into Facebook and Twitter.

Today's shop, I first discovered on Flickr! You'd be amazed just how many artists and artisans (besides just photographers) are on Flickr showing off their creations, their work spaces, homes and creative processes through photographs.

Yali Paz-Gilboa is one of these and I did a little digging through her profile to find her outside Flickr for further exploration. She has a lot to explore too!

Arts and Accessories by Yali Paz-GilboaYali designs the cutest brooches you'll ever set eyes on, and that's what at first drew me to her work. Wonderful hand embroidered felt brooches of little girls in different colors, styles and shapes abound in her shop. Each one with it's own personality and sense of style. Eye colors, hair colors, skin colors and hats abound... all with pretty lips and rosy cheeks.

She also offers colorful felt flower clip barrettes, unique embroidered wall art, magnets, necklaces, rings as well as other hair accessories.

All of her items are so very adorable and you'll be hard pressed to choose just one. These wonderful pieces will also make terrific gifts for just about anyone from little girls to mothers, grandmothers, neighbors and friends. They're sure to bring a smile to the face of any girl or woman who appreciates cuteness, no matter the age.

TO VISIT THE YALIPAZ'S SHOP ON ETSY, YOU CAN CLICK THE PICTURE ABOVE OR, IF YOU'D RATHER, CLICK RIGHT HERE!

2 comments:

Annabelle said...

How sweet. Thanks for stopping by my BLOG LINK PARTY today!

lilyja said...

I love Yali's creations, romantic and beautiful!

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