Sunday Showroom {a list of handmade pretties} #1

There are so many beautiful things coming from handmade businesses.  I could literally sit in front of my computer and be content looking at pictures of pretties I feel compelled to purchase.  Obviously I can’t buy everything I love so instead I’m going to share a list of my most favorite items from handmade businesses each week.  Welcome to the first Sunday Showroom!

I never thought I would want anything even remotely resembling a fanny pack until I came across the Kinies ruffled waist purse.  It is gorgeous and I would love to wear it everyday!

Kinie Ruffled Waist Purse in Dark Turquoise

I was very fortunate to have been able to see M.Bellish’d products in person at the Queen Bee Market in Utah while attending the SNAP conference.  I purchased a beautiful watch (more on that later; it’s deserving of its own post) and was really excited to check out the company website for more products.   Today I was looking at the site and found a fun hat I could see myself wearing.  I’m normally not a hat girl but I’m sure this would be perfect for me!

M.Bellish’d Azure Peacock Hat

With Cinco De Mayo right around the corner I would love some margarita cake pops to share with friends!  Bella Roca has so many fun cake pops in her shop but these are my favorite! 

Bella Roca Margarita Cake Pops

In learning to use my camera I realized I definitely need a fun camera strap.  I am drawn to this pretty strap made by Pink Hearts & Polka Dots for a few reasons: the color combination is one of my favorites, the yellow ruffles are darling, and it has polka dots!  

Pink Hearts & Polka Dots Yellow Ruffle Camera Strap Cover – Michael Miller Gray and White Ta Dot

We don’t have too much time to wrap up our Mother’s Day shopping.  I came across the cutest card from Seas and Peas.  I’m sure this would make my mom smile!

Seas and Peas Thank You Mom For Not Leaving Me Somewhere in a Basket – Funny Mother’s Day Card with Magnet – New Listing 2012

I had so much fun putting this list together.  I bet if I actually ever won the lottery a huge portion of it would be spent on all the items I’ve been eying from handmade businesses!

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