Thursday, October 20, 2011

Peacock colors are in this year

Welcome to the middle of October!  I love this month because here in the south it means the temps will finally come down to a manageable 60-70 degrees.  This is the time of year for us to once again go outside and enjoy throwing open the windows because it's no longer a sauna outside.  I thought I would share some of my team mates gorgeous finds from Etsy. All in my favorite colors.  I've noticed that they're very popular right now.  I recently got a request from someone asking me if I could make my soaps in the peacock colors for her wedding.

This week I am featuring Las Flores Del Sur on Etsy, her name is Marisa from Montevideo, Uruguay.  She makes these way cool fabric flowers that can be used on anything

Our next shop we are featuring is JewelryByJaynemarie on EtsyJaynemarie Crawford is a jewelry designer from San Francisco, California.

Check out these fabulous earrings in Blue and Teal which can be found on Etsy here.

Moving right along... our next Feature is on Handmade Jewelry By HeadpinWear on Etsy.

Czech Glass Beads, Blue, Yellow & Green Earrings can be found in her Etsy Shop here

Our last shop for this week is AbsolutelyKismet out of Spearfish South Dakota.

Thank you for Stopping by~

If you are interested in finding out more about our team that helps Etsy Shops with marketing support by featuring each others team shops each week. If you are on Etsy with a shop then you should thinking about joining a group!  Check ours out here:  BESTeam on Etsy.


  1. I love that bracelet from Absolutely Kismet, so simple yet very pretty!

  2. Thanks for the feature!
    You certainly displayed your theme well :)


  3. Very nice! Thanks so much for sharing. I love how with each post, article, feature, I learn a little bit more about each one of my team mates...a really wonderful group! Aloha, Connie

  4. Beautiful colors! I love October as well; finally some relief from 100F temps most of the summer.

    Dough, Dirt & Dye

  5. Love the colors! I think turquoise should always be "in"!


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