Item #1 is from UntamedMenagerie
This ring is very dainty and beautiful. It's small but still significant to the giver and the receiver. You can get this one in sterling silver, yellow gold filled, or rose gold filled, so you've got options if yellow gold isn't your thing! Maybe take a step on the wild side and try out some rose gold filled pieces.
Item #2 is from TwoCloudsJewelry
I like this necklace because it's something different that you don't see every single day. You don't have to be a nurse or doctor to appreciate it--you can be someone in love or a parent. It doesn't matter who you are or what you do because the heart beat is the signal of life, and the heart symbol is synonymous with love. Think of it as your loved one's actual heart beat (it would be neat if one could be made from an EKG).
Item #3 is from LostApostle
Maybe not everyone will like this necklace, but I was instantly drawn to it. I love how detailed it is! Plus, it's an actual heart and not the symbol we've all come to know as 'love.' It's also pretty much spot on as far as being anatonimically correct! (Read the description for this one because it is hilarious!) If the silver color is not your thing, the maker also has a bronze heart in stock :)
Item #4 is from HoneyThorns
I'm a fan of stacked bracelet sets because you can wear them all at once or two at time or maybe only a single one. I like that you can mix and match how you want them to be. WIth this set you get a heart bangle, an arrow bangle, a bangle that says, 'kind heart, fierce minds, brave spirit,' and a brass hammered and hand painted bangle. You get a choice of silver or gold and the hammered bangle can be one of 8 colors. I'm thrilled that these are non-tarnish because it's not always possible to clean metals and the fact that they are hypoallergenic is another plus. This set would be great with literally anything in your closet!
Item #5 is from robinhoodcouture
I picked these earrings because I love the meaning behind them. The knots represent love with no beginning and no end, and that's something that I feel that each person truly wants in his or her life. These have detail but are subtle enough to be considered minimal. They aren't the only Celtic knots that you can find but they are pretty regardless of which ones you choose. These beauties are mounted on hypoallergenic studs and have comfort pads for long wearing.
That's all I have for you today! I hope you enjoyed this love filled edition of Weekly Wednesday. Stay tuned for a recap of the New York Fashion Week! Now, please hop on over to your favorite handmade site and show some artists some love!
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Hi! I’m Meagan, designer for The Prickly Pear. I’ve created this blog to not only showcase my work and other crafty information, but also to give you an inside look into my life.