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Springing into Spring on Etsy

April 07, 2011, 12:24 pm  Posted by Lark
 

Oh Spring, I’m so glad you’re here. It’s not even that we’ve had that harsh of a winter, it’s just that my eyes became so accustomed to white, brown, and gray that I sort of lost track of living, sprouting, colorful things. Asheville, North Carolina, (where Lark Crafts is situated) is gorgeous during all four seasons, but it really pulls out the stops in spring (holy mackerel, all the pink, white, purple, yellow, and magenta flowering trees make me feel like I’m walking through a Dr. Seuss book). I’m from the midwest, so I never feel like I get enough of this cacophony of blossoms: my next door neighbors have a lilac bush in their front yard, and I often take my dog on a “walk” with the sole purpose of standing in their yard by the lilacs. I can’t tell if this is creepy or not, standing in my neighbors’ shrubbery, so I try not to think about it too much.

With a wild appreciation for the colors, new little sprouts, singing birds, and overall loveliness of the season, I meandered through Etsy and gathered a collection of blossomy, beautiful, springy finds. I think I’d like to live in these photos.

collection of photos in light, springy colors found on Etsy.com

1. Strawberry Lemonade photo by Honeytree;  2. Once Upon a Seed watercolor by StoryOfASeed;  3. Wonderland photo by Raceytay;  4. All Sweet Things Beyond by Swallowfield;  5. Yellow Wishbone Embroidery by Merriweathercouncil;  6. Peppermint Candy Buttons by Andie’sSpecialtySweets;  7. Springtime Accordion Papercutting by JennyLeeFowler;  8. Felted Wool Seedlings by HouseofMoss;  9. Life photo by Sepeadeh;  10. Katsura in Olive fabric by Kalia;  11. Vintage Fabric Flag Garland by SparklePower;  12. Sprinkling Sound print by CoriD;  13. The World Traveler butterfly shadow box by Krystlerose;  14. Gingkosai photo by Anikatoro;  15. Loads of Ranunculus photo by SweetEventide;  16. Vintage Spoon Thyme Plant Marker by HomespunSprout

 
 
 
 

10 Responses

    This is fabulous! Thank you so much, honoured to be here.

    Cheers to admiring the neighborhood gardens! And a beautiful little place you’ve created with these picks. Thanks :).

    Andiespecialtysweets says:

    Thank you, Beth, for this amazing feature and show of support! We’re delighted to be nestled in with such cheery company. And, haha, standing in shrubbery, especially lilacs, is perfectly logical, AND inspiring. I shall hunt down a lilac bush today! : ) –Andie

    That is an absolutely gorgeous, splendidly bright collection of springtime-ness! :) Thank you so much for including my little felted seedlings among such treasures.

    I’ll send my friends your way via my blog, FB, and Twitter! Have a great spring day. :)

    Alison
    House of Moss

    Cori Dantini says:

    what a lovely little spot you have created to rest ones eyes…
    thank you for this promise of spring.

    Anonymous says:

    A lovely collection, Beth! Go spring!

    Thanks so very much for including my photo with such lovely items! They all scream a very cheery welcome to Spring! Thanks too for introducing me to some new favorite shops!

    Thank you so much for including my Katsura fabric! The collection is beautiful!!

    ... says:

    a swoon worthy post. so lovely!

    Csfolks says:

    Beth,

    What a cool thought to “live in a photo”. I would like to live in the 3rd one: Wonderland photo.

    I am enjoying checking out Craft Your Life. It was nice to meet you last week at Carol’s.

    Candace

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