We recently had a lot of discussion about engagement rings over on Offbeat Bride. They are one of those cultural phenomenons that is just super intriguing. Adrianne from our longtime sponsor, Turtle Love, also finds it interesting and is on a mission to create thoughtful dialogue about the industry and perspectives from all kinds of people and communities (especially those not immersed in wedding planning).
This is Offbeat Home's archive of jewelry posts.
Founded in 2003 by self-taught artist Rebeca Mojica, Blue Buddha Boutique is one of the largest chainmaille suppliers in the world with an awesome store-front location in Chicago. Blue Buddha Boutique carries jump rings in nine metals, tools for making chainmaille jewelry, a large selection of ready-to-weave kits and project instructions, as well as handmade goods by local artisans.
Our newest, awesome sponsor Secret Ships is a recently-launched online boutique that carries a global selection of affordable home goods, clothing, and accessories. You can shop all over the world — Latin America, The Middle East, India, Asia, and Africa — in one convenient space.
Since that guy I married was attacked by a shark, we are constantly being sent shark-related products with messages like "thought of you," or "have you seen this!?" And the answer is always "Yes!" I have seen all the shark things. So let me share with you some of my favorites when it comes to fashion…
Y'all get ready to do SQUEEing and AWWWWing over Offbeat Home & Life sponsor Mark Poulin's quirky and cute jewelry. From octopodes (or quadrapodes?), dogs and cats to sloths and dinosaurs… these pieces are guaranteed to be the cutest damn things you will see today. Ready to take the "I dare you not to say AWWWWW, while you check out this jewelry" challenge? Ready… go!