So much love for these modern but primitive-looking dolls. (Can something be modern and primitive at the same time? Prolly.) They’re made and sold by Ukrainian stitcher Oksana Shpilka in her shop Kuklo Ferma, which she says translates as “Doll Farm.”
Note the freckles and polka dots. *grin*
Love the outfit.
And here’s a fun neon guy.
Each one has its own story. Love that.
This is just a taste. More on the Doll Farm.
These modern and uber colorful cross-stitch pieces are calling to me.
They are expertly stitched by Rebecca Greco of Hugs are Fun! I also like hugs. And cross stitch.
Really loving these jewelry designs.
Sam P. Gibson is, in two words, talented and prolific. She has three, count ’em three, lovely etsy shops (here’s where I found her: SamPGibson), a blog, a cool website, and is active on flickr and Twitter. I love accessible stitch artists! So many venues for viewing their great work.
Of course, I most enjoy her blog, flickr, and SamPGibson shop because I am an embroidery freak. But Sam is also a jeweler and illustrator and you can see all her many works via the links peppered throughout this post.
I am in love with her tiki head hoops.