Shannon Berrey

More Monograms: Preppy and Pink

Thursday, May 03, 2012

For all of my pretty preppy peeps, there is a new{ish} shop in {web} town that you are going to love!   

 

Preppy and Pink is a NC company that offers really cute paper and party supplies. I was really excited when Wendy sent me a picture of these new monogrammed bracelets that they have recently added to their line.

 

Each one is hand-painted and comes as a set of 2. They are obviously very popular. Here is a shipment all tied up and ready to ship.  

These would make a great graduation gifts!

A penny for your love

Monday, January 23, 2012

With Valentines Day only a few weeks away, lots of spring weddings are right around the corner. 

  

If you are a sucker for the wedding tradition of the good luck penny in your shoe, then you might love this idea as much as I do. Etsy artist, Sarah, of Seize the Night, hand stamps these keepsake pennies with your initials, wedding date, personal sentiments, and other available little designs.

 

With the addition of the little hole Sarah adds, the penny can become a necklace, added to your keychain, or put on your charm bracelet, after the big day. 

And if you already have a special penny or a penny with a specific year on it, you can send it to her. 

DiVina/DeNuevo

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

 So what do you get when you combine vintage hardware with reclaimed leather???

awesomeness

 

 

 DiVina/DeNuevo translates ‘Divine Again’ in Spanish which is a perfect description of the beautiful accessories they create from antique and vintage hardware, keys and adornments.With her passion for sustainability and a love to create, artist Victoria Ronco started her company in a small studio in Vancouver, British Columbia. Recently, Dave joined Victoria’s ‘team’ and creates most of the more masculine pieces.

 

 

 

 

    Check out their Etsy site for more of their unique wares. These would make great gifts!

{all images via DiVina/DeNuevo}

CornerStone Sonoma: Zipper

Thursday, September 22, 2011

While visiting Sonoma, we spent an afternoon at CornerStone Gardens. Our first stop was in

the eclectic shop of Zipper. This store is such a visual treat. Upon entering, you'll find an

 outstanding collection of goods curated by former NY fashion designer Steven Saden

and arts executive and writer Elizabeth Cashour. Zipper was voted one of the 10 best

 retailers in the world by Retailer Magazine and Assouline Publishing in Paris.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

They have it all—fine art, jewelry, design and architecture books, and personal accessories all artfully merchandised amongst a collection of home furnishings and décor items.

The back of the store features a whimsical section of children’s books and toys. My favorite was

this little mid-century dollhouse. Complete with a brick fireplace and hardwood floors!

 

I found a little goodie in the jewelry section. With this bracelet collection, you got to

choose your choice of leather, your quote, and your charm.

 

   

Elizabeth then put it all together for me and I got to leave with this special momento.

 

The Zipper credo: Objects are imbued with art and history. Make that connection,

 and the objects you choose will enrich your life.

Agreed!


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I'm an artist, interior designer, wife and mom. Join me here as I share projects, ramblings, and inspirations.
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