Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Tiki Oasis Jewelry and Hair Accessories

Msformaldehyde on EtsyWith lots of feathers and flowers as well as color galore, today's shop is filled with creative, innovative choices for special occasions or everyday wear. Msformaldehyde on Etsy has a wide variety of hair accessories and jewelry for wedding couture, burlesque and more including feather earrings, hair fasteners and themed accessories with everything from skulls and spiders to hearts and bows.

From San Diego, California, MsFormaldehyde creates a wide variety of handmade accessories you can't find anywhere else and loves to work on custom orders as well!

Feathers are a specialty, as you can see in her shop. But she also makes items that include carved skulls, sugar skulls, Gothic fashion themes, voodoo themes, glitter fashion, Lolita pin up fashion trends and and Dita burlesque accessories. The possibilities for these wonderful pieces of jewelry and other accessories are endless and if you love color and have a unique sense of style you won't want to miss stopping by to take a look around this shop.

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

If you like what you see in MsFormaldehyde's shop, you may also enjoy visiting the MsFormaldehyde blog or stopping by to say hi on Facebook!


[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.]

1 comment:

Ms Formaldehyde said...

Thank you love the review!
10% off use code 10OFF at checkout in my shop!

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