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Etsy Finds

I don’t know about you, but I am an earrings girl through and through. I don’t wear any other jewelry besides my weddin’ ring. When I find a good pair of earrings I stick with ’em, and I wear them daily for months, morning noon and night. Recently I lost three single earrings in the span of a week (insert major bummer emoticon here). I have been on the hunt for THEE pair and am have a hard time finding them.

I’m a total sucker for geometric shapes and patterns and have had a hankering for some simple brass earrings for a while. I thought I’d wrap it all together and put it an Etsy Finds post for you (and me). I recently purchased the simple studs pictured in the upper left hand corner. They are great looking, but a little heavy and I’m still not sure they are the ones. Why does finding the perfect pair of earrings have to be so hard?

What do you think of my finds? Do you have a favorite Etsy shop for everyday jewelry? Please share if ya do!

1. Brass Circle with Turquoise Green from Vivid by Esther – $19.00 + $2.95 (for shipping)
2. Angeliki Triangle Earrings from Geodora Designs – $22.00 + $4.50 (for shipping)
3. Geometric Earrings Spring Jewlery from Curious Creatures – $25.00 + $4.50 (for shipping) P.S. Lots of other great planter’s here to fit any budget.
4. Simple Geometric Triangle Posts from Little Sixty Jewlery – $9.00 + FREE! (for shipping)

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  • Martha June 11, 2012

    are you familiar with Minneapolitan Annika Kaplan? She does similar work to the above and you can find her work locally (read: try before you buy!) http://annikakaplanjewelry.com/

    • Scoops June 11, 2012

      Awesome! Totally what I was looking for, thanks so much for posting the link.
      People in the twin cities are doing the coolest things!

      • Martha June 13, 2012

        I know! I saw her work at the Walker’s Local Jewelry Mart and then AGAIN at the salon where my hair person (I am resisting stylist here… hrmm..) just relocated. It’s called Honeycomb and is at 3504 Nicollet Ave. The interior/branding were done by the same people who recently started Ship&Shape. You should stop in if you haven’t already. It’s a great little shop. So far I have resisted the earrings (I am also an earrings person) but if they are there every time I get my hair cut it’s going to be tough :)

        • Scoops June 14, 2012

          Thanks Martha! That’s right in my neck of the woods. I didn’t realize that the ship&shape girls had a hand in honeycomb. I’ll have to stop in next time I’m out on a walk. Thanks for the tip!

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