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On cloud 9


Question: How do you possibly resist someone who enthusiastically confesses their amazing little collection is "Handmade in Texas Y'all!"? Answer: You don't.  So I couldn't believe it when jewelry designer, Amanda Deer sent me these super tiny, super cute cloud earrings, and forgive me for sounding all Joni Mitchell, that I wish I could float away on.

Thank you so much, Amanda!  

(Amanda Deer Jewelry and Designs earring details: Rhodium plated brass finish, .925 sterling silver earring posts, and each cloud measures 10mm x 6mm.  All items come beautifully packaged in silk organza bags and are adorned with ribbon and Amanda Deer tags.)

Comments

katieafox said…
They're so cute! And what fab packaging too x
Beckerman Girls said…
I LOVEEEEEE Those cloud earrings!!! They are soo Magritte-like one of his cloud paintings! They are precious!!! Enjoy babe!!!
kisses
xoThe Beckerman Girls

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Olive Cooper said…
Those are adorable!
hearttypat said…
i just added her as my favourite shop at Etsy!
ediot said…
these are so nice. love them
and the packaging as well.
happy weekend darling

xx
Ohh they are so little and cute..and I know you will rock them!

xx
Andy
Allison said…
These are so adorable, darling Bella! And the packaging is just perfect.
Lovely pictures, as always :) Enjoy your weekend, gorgeous! xox
Miss Woody said…
lovely !
Anonymous said…
LOVE LOVE LOVE
Jana said…
i love your earrings :)
Valerie said…
Too cute!
Alex said…
Great earrings and pics, babe! And were you handmade in heaven? :D
Sassi said…
those earings are so great!
X
those are so cute!

xx
Wow those are really beautiful! Congrats!

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LaU said…
lovely!
xoxo


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Marcy said…
super cute!!

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