at Little Paper Planes (one we’ve mentioned here before), I’m loving this charming stripe bracelet. This little gem was created by Debbie Carlos, a photographer who is based out of Chicago. You can find more of her jewelry and prints for sale here.
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Guest Hunter, Louisa Eckersley
in Venice Beach for 5 years, this week’s Guest Hunter, Louisa Eckersley, her husband and their little girl moved to a new home in West Los Angeles. With the recent move, Louisa has been busy finding furniture and art. That’s lucky for us; she’s got a fantastic eye and an extensive list. (Something which just makes sense when you realize her husband is an artist and Louisa has a jewelry business.) Her company, Torchlight Jewelry, specializes in crystal necklaces and silver bracelets – all of which are really wearable, provide great energy and pretty much the perfect way to add edge and individuality to the everyday.
Ella is now almost 1 and it’s very apparent she and her husband are busy parenting, making the most of their time with their daughter and having a lot of fun along the way. When she’s not busy with her daughter, working or sourcing furniture, Louisa loves spending time outdoors (she’s counting down the days until Ella can come along camping), cooking, traveling, and making the trip to Santa Barbara to visit with friends and family. She’s an inspiring lady with a lot of style and ton to share. It’s hard to do her justice in a couple paragraphs, so KEEP ON READING to figure it out for yourself!
Photo: Louisa Eckersley
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Letterpress Gift Tags
beautiful wrapping is actually better than the gift itself. The Letterpress Gift Flag from In Haus Press makes simple wrapping look so chic. The birch veneer gift flags are made using a hand printed letterpress and these designs, among many other emerging artists creations, can be found at Little Paper Planes. For some more clever (and simple!) gift wrapping ideas click here here and here.
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