Welcome back to Etsy Saturday. You thought I was done with rainbows right? Nope. It's been rainy and overcast here and I could use a little rainbow about now. This time I searched them out on Etsy.
Since I have been in party mode the last couple of weeks let's start with this super cool rainbow balloon wreath from TheGutsy Goose. I have seen tutorials to make these online but it's far to complicated for me. I would rather just buy this adorableness to use for future parties or even if there is no party, as a way to show my kids that their birthdays are special.
Now that my daughter's birthday is over, I am ready for Fall. It is definitely my favorite season and while I love all the colors associated with fall, a few bright colors thrown in are nice too. I totally want these felted rainbow acorns from Green Baboon Designs. I just need to get one of those nature tables in the front entrance to display them, but first I'll have to get a house with a bigger entry way to fit the nature table upon which my darling little acorns will rest.
It's hard for me to deal with the fact that my youngest is growing up quickly and that I no longer have any babies in the house. So while I can I want to make her preschool -early elementary years as magical as possible. This tooth fairy pillow from Sprinkly Baby is one of the sweetest I've ever seen and I would so love to slip it under L's pillow when she loses her very fist tooth.
I have a sort of fascination with all things Asian. The Japanese art of Origami blows my mind because I can't even fold a paper airplane. When I saw these teeny tiny rainbow cranes in this necklace from Paper Peaches, I put it on my "Gotta Have It!" list. How cute would this be with jeans and brightly colored sweater this Fall?
As you can tell from the top of my blog, I am Catholic and proud of it. It saddens me that so many people today are offended by others' expression of their faith. It's one of the reasons we sacrifice so much to send out kids to Catholic school where God is a part of everything they do. That being said, I would be proud to wear this lovely rainbow rosary bracelet from Unbreakable Rosaries.
To end this post, I will leave you with an Irish Blessing: