PictureOk, not me, its my daughter, but she is cuter. ^^
Kristina here, I was just browsing through my Etsy Activity and realized suddenly that I'd really like to share some of the amazing stuff I found. However, I don't feel like writing an entire blog on any one particular one, so I'm testing out a blog treasury! Let me know what you guys think and if you'd want to see more in the future. Click the pictures to get to the items (get a free Etsy account to buy if you don't have one already). Disclaimer: I don't get any benefit from recommending these items, I haven't tried out any of these items, if you buy them and don't like them I am not responsible, I just like the pictures, lol.) 

What is a Kusudama? I've never heard of it before but man does it look cool. The listing would have benefited from more info on what a Kusudama is but I assume its a paper ball... I love when I find items that look so cool that I have no idea at all how they did it!

"Japanese word for a hanging ball of herbs or flowers. In origami a term used for multipiece or modular balls of origami flowers. Sometimes used (incorrectly) to refer to any ball-like modular origami assembly." Thank you dictionary.com

This is a painting! I was sure it was a mosaic of tile when I first saw it. Totally cool. The colors aren't my favorite by themselves but they are working together in a totally cool way. I'm not sure if I'm inspired to try to paint or inspired to mosaic with tile, or maybe just inspired to stare at it. I wonder if I could mosaic with yarn. What do you think?

Oh my gosh! I want one! I have to have one! Its made of a sweater even, that makes it even better. I love love love stuffed animals, I have at least a dozen and small is better (easier to store). I mostly have farm animals but I think I could easily love this little guy. If I wasn't a starving artist he would be in my cart in a heart beat. Love it! 

Matryoshkas! You can't get much cooler than that. And on my ears. Killer. You would look cute in them too .... I guess I can share. Love them and their cute little faces. How come no one ever says for sensitive ears. I have super sensitive ears ;_; 

I can't knit, and I certainly can't knit sleeves, and then that twisty bit.. what? So yeah, I'm impressed, and the color is to die for. And I love that it was 2 strands of kid mohair and 2 strands of silk, they must have been the thinnest strands ever. I wish I could touch it. I bet its the softest thing ever! Very nice, especially the bit about frolicking with elves lol, looks perfect for that, eh?

OK getting a little long, and I'm starting to want to go on a spending spree so that's it for now! Thanks for reading, Kristina

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