February 19, 2013

He held her like a seashell, and listened to her heart..


A sweet valentines treat from my loved one came in the form of these enchanting Art Deco style seashell earrings. I've had my eye on these pretties from 'Mama's Little Babies' for quite some time and they are even more beautiful in person! They look as if they could have easily been discovered deep at the bottom of the ocean in a long hidden treasure chest full of loot and plunder! ♥

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24 comments:

  1. They are truy lovely, dear! I like the way in which they remind me of old times theatre props ♥ It will be esy to use them for an Art Noveau-mermaid outfit!

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    1. I agree, I think they have a lovely 1920s feel about them! I love anything scalloped and seashell shaped! :D ~ ♥ ~

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  2. What a beautiful gift! I love how they look like an old etching!

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    1. It's definitely taken from a vintage illustration or itching as you say! That's what I love about Mama's Little Babies, she uses all old illustrations which give her jewellery a Victorian feel! Just wonderful! ~ ♥ ~

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  3. Wow, what a nice meory these earrings will make! I love the intricate details on the shells...

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    1. Isn't it just! I don't think they could look any more pretty! ~ ♥ ~

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  5. Nice earrings! I wouldn't wear them in person because stuff like that doesn't really suit me (unfortunately...). But I still love it.
    Well, I also wanted to inform you that I've just added your blog to the blog list on my site. I don't know whether I will write in English since I am probably not enough good at it, but I just wanted you to know. The name of this blog list in English sounds "Blogs I read and visit" (or something like that).

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    1. Oh thank you very much! That does mean a lot to me, I'm really glad you enjoy reading my little old blog :D I'll pop over and have a look at yours as soon as I can! I've set my Google Chrome browser to automatically translate other languages into English so I'm sure I'll be able to read it! ~ ♥ ~

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    2. Thank you! That's really kind of you. I can inform you when I will start (it may be next month or for example in May, I'm still waiting for getting a camera, since mine is totally broken). I can also put little translations. I have learned English for over 10 years now, so I think I can try it (hope it would work).

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  6. Oh, those earrings are absolutely lovely!

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    1. Thanks Emma! They really are lovely little things and light too! I can't wear heavy earrings for too long, they just irritate me! ~ ♥ ~

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  7. Hey dear I really like your blog! What about following each other? ...just let me know :3 <3
    http://anyakoks.blogspot.com.es/

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  8. Lovely! Are the seashell pendandts made with shrinking plastic? Anyway they look gorgeous :)

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    1. I just know they're made by printing the images straight onto plastic! They're such good quality pieces and you can tell she takes great care in what she does! I'm definitely a big fan! ~ ♥ ~

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  9. They are so lovely! The box they came is adorable too, I'd have felt guilty untying that ribbon!

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    1. Oh, there is no need to undo ribbon! It just slips right off the little black box and straight back on again! The packaging is so quaint! ~ ♥ ~

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  10. Oh gosh those are precious! They must look amazing through your black hair <3

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