Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Feminine Flowers by CraftedLove - A Rare Post by Leal

Obviously, being a guy, I'm not a bit flower wearer. I have a sister, though, who is. And after taking a peek at today's feature shop, she was not just enthralled but trying to borrow money from me so she could buy them out of stock.

CraftedLove on Etsy is filled with floral accessories, you see. And my sister loves to wear flowers in her hair and on her clothes in the form of pins and barrettes, brooches and clips and more. So I can definitely understand her enthusiasm when she peeked into Crafted Love, because that's what they specialize in.

The shop is ran by Allison in Oxford, Ohio, who has enjoyed filling her shop with beautiful pieces to accessorize and feminine-ize any outfit. She is also an architect student, photographer, graphics designer and crafter who loves creative outlets and crafts.

In Allison's shop you'll find a variety of floral accessories from hair pins and clips to shoe clips, headbands, barrettes and more. All perfect for adding a touch of feminine flair. Personally speaking, you can see the shoe clips that I was particularly drawn to here in this post, an idea I found both interesting and... well, very Lola-esque and sexy. Definitely an eye-catcher.

YOU CAN CLICK ON THE PICTURE ABOVE TO VISIT CRAFTEDLOVE ON ETSY AND TAKE A LOOK AROUND OR, IF YOU PREFER, YOU CAN CLICK RIGHT HERE!

You can also stop by and visit Allison on her website and blog!


[This blog post is a "BESTeam Feature" for the Boosting Etsy Shops Team. The BESTeam is dedicated to helping its members promote their shops and assisting each other in marketing, advertising and sharing the tips and tricks of running an online business. If you are a seller on Etsy and are interested in becoming a member of the BESTeam, the team is accepting new members and you can find more information about the team as well as apply to become a member HERE.]

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