I would like to buy a few pieces fine jewelry — and I’m willing to save up for them — but I also have strong ethical concerns about the industry. Where can I find semi-fancy to fancy ethical (non-wedding) jewelry?
Going shopping at the thrift store is like the ultimate treasure hunt. I buy most of my clothing, furniture, and home décor items used from second hand stores. Not only does it save me a ton of money but it’s great for the environment as it reduces waste. Here are my best tips for thrift store shopping…
I am a bit of a vintage fanatic, so it makes sense that my interest in clothing from other time periods extends to what I dress Jasper in. Etsy is always my first go-to for all things vintage and kiddos, but I recently found myself a little overwhelmed. To help out, I talked to vintage fashion guru Jenny Mitchell of Frecklewonder about some of her favorite vintage shops.
The Internet has done some great things for teens — like giving them a place like Etsy to sell their eyeball pendants, bright blue plastic star earrings, and more.
My offbeat teen doesn’t know what she wants in a prom gown, but she definitely knows what she DOESN’T want — what to do?
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It’s been a while since we’ve shed some love on Etsy! So check this stuff out. Three words: Education. Chemistry. Crayons. Now say it with me! Educational chemistry crayons! These beauties come from Que Intersante, which also sells bags and clothing, but these crayon labels have my heart. A set of 24 is only $10, […]