Handmade Roundup: July 14-20, 2014

Here goes another exciting episode of Handmade Roundup! 🙂


LittleBowery will brighten up your home with this rustic fabric butterfly. This charming insect is made of burlap and bird print cotton, and finished with details in abalone and wire. I love the soft neutral tones and textures of this cute piece of decor. There are lots of other print butterflies available too. Great shop!


A hot cup of morning coffee (make that green tea for me!) would be extra enjoyable in these lovely vintage cups from MidcenturyKitschen. They feature a fun patchwork pattern in colors that are somehow soft and bold at the same time. I think they would look great in just about any kitchen!


Check out this adorable little black sheep by Ozozo! (She looks nervous…maybe it’s shearing time?) I had a hard time picking a favorite from this shop, because I love all of the art. She has a gallery of quirky and fun animal art; mostly cats, but with some sheep, dogs, and birds mixed in too. The drawings a distinctive style, and have a ton of personality!


What kid wouldn’t want to play with this cute-as-a-button kitchen set by CountingtheBlessings? The cute owl graphics and bright, cheery pastel colors make these kid friendly accessories look so fun! The set includes an oven mitt, a potholder, two placemats, and two fabric napkins. Perfect for playing tea party!


Last week’s Roundup: Handmade Roundup July 7-13, 2014

My shop: PeachPod


One response to “Handmade Roundup: July 14-20, 2014

  1. Pingback: Handmade Roundup: July 20 – Aug 10, 2014 | PeachPod Chronicles

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