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Sunday
Sep092012

Etsy Shop Spotlight:  Gypsya

Hello Friends!

This weekend I stumbled across a little shop on Etsy, called Gypsya.  If you haven't heard of this shop, allow me to highlight a few products, and you'll soon see why I felt that tingly feeling that often encourages a blog post.

Gypsya primarily makes some of the coolest bedding I've ever seen.  Imagine if West Elm and Urban Outfitters got married...Gypsya is what their babies would look like!

Here are a few of my favorite pieces...

1.  Hand block bed cover

2.  Ikat blanket in blue

3.  Bed cover in applique butterfly

4.  20x20 Red pillow

5.  Organic twin blanket

I just love how unique these quilts are, and my favorite part is the stitching.  In fact, I've been staring at them, trying to figure out how exactly they're made, and I can't figure it out.

Gypsya primarily makes bedding, pillows and throws, but you'll also see a few pieces of hand-made jewelry that looked pretty appealing too.  If you like the unique, hand-made quality of these quilts, I'd encourage you to hop on over to Gypsya's page to check them out.

This is not a sponsored post...just simply me telling you about someone out there who is sharing their creative flare with the world.  If you have an Etsy shop you'd like me to check out, please drop me a line.  I love supporting small businesses & creative people alike!

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Reader Comments (2)

Ohhhh, so pretty! I'm loving the blue ikat bed cover.

September 11, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterNichole

Isn't it amazing?! I wish I had a million guest rooms, do I could have them all!

September 12, 2012 | Registered CommenterAHPCH

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