irisnectar:

Bunny Girl embroidery by Cheese Before Bedtime on etsy 

remjie:

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This is The Underwold Shaman. He travels between the underworld and our world all the time, talks to non material beings and guide them from one world to another. This Shaman is very calm and humble. He spends a lot of time on the shore staring at the water and listening to the whispers from ocean spirits. 

27cm (10 inches) tall. Details are cast in resin. His body is handsewn and has high quality ball socket armature inside, so you don’t have to worry that the armature will snap or break. This doll is well balanced, can stand on its own, fully posable, head, hands and feet can be rotated.

His eyes are made of glass and created by my friend and awesome glassblower Natalie Amber.

His charm is made of resin pigeon skull replica made by Skullery ( https://www.etsy.com/no-en/shop/skullery ) dyed acai seeds and dyed howlite beads. His cloth and arm bandages are made of leather, tied up with hemp cord. On his belt he wears beached norwegian coin, fossilised shark tooth, piece of calcite, decorated with wooden beads. 

Each one of my dolls comes with a wooden tag signed and dated proofing that this is an original doll made by Remjie.

Attention! This is a piece of art. Not a toy for small children. Completely handmade, one of a kind. 

steampunktendencies:

H.M Airship “Spirit” by  Rich Plotczik http://goo.gl/SlBq0a

Credit & Source found by Steampunk Tendencies Community

worldwidepinar:

Food notebooks by Özge Çalışkan

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sosuperawesome:

Hand-painted jewelry by Camille Chew on Etsy

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sosuperawesome:

Jewelry by MinPinShop on Etsy

jollywell:

I’ve been on a woodland kick lately and these are a few of my latest pieces :) They’re largely inspired by my time spent in northern Ontario earlier this summer, where spotting any of these animals would have been a treat (although I would prefer to be far far away when I spot a bear).

I’m going to add a few more similarly themed items (although probably not necklaces) and see where they go. To see more detailed shots, feel free to head over to my etsy.

sosuperawesome:

Art dolls by Jess Quinn on Etsy