Friday, July 30, 2010

My new one to love!

Hive & honey. Ever heard of it? I doubt it- but you should, and I am taking it upon myself to bring it to you (exclusive breaking news!).

I'm not sure where they are based out of, or who designs, or any of that info for that matter. But I do know that the pieces are super fun, feminine & flirty, bold & daring- everything a daring kukuracha fashionista should be! I must say as someone who appreciates affordable investment pieces in their jewelry picks- the materials they use do leave a little bit to be desired, but I think that the style makes up for that! And lets face it- it keeps the pieces mush more affordable!

They don't seem to have a website, so the most accessible site to view their pieces is at (unfortunately not shipping to Canada- YET!)- stay tuned for that. But if you look around you can definitely find a site that will ship across the border to our great country!

They also have some affordable shoes and boots- that I'm sure of you like their jewelry you'll more than like their shoes too!'s%20shoes%20%26%20accessories////AttribSelect%3DVendor%3D'Hive%20and%20Honey'&searchContextPath=All+Products////Women's%20shoes%20%26%20accessories////AttribSelect%3DVendor%3D'Hive%20and%20Honey'&searchMode=1

The Puzzle.

*** So my good friend Jackie is my blog watchdog. She sends me the friendly reminder when I have left too much time between posts- so thank you Jackie for pulling me out of my haze called life this summer and ever so kindly reminding me to do this! Love you xo

It just so happens that a good friend of mine- the kind, wonderful and ever beautiful Celeste is getting married in 3 weeks- and we decided as my gift to her I would make her bridesmaid's earrings and bracelets- a gift to them, and hopefully something they can keep and wear for years!

Start with a swatch... pick the colors- and seriously, throw in some pearls and crystals and its pure perfection! She picked this amazingly fun pink colored fabric with a gold undertone which was perfect for summer and gave us some really fun feminine colors to work with.

See the beginning pieces and stay tuned to see how the puzzle gets put together!