Photo by What Katy Did Next
Need some inspiration for a late-winter shopping pick-me-up? Peruse these nine popular finds from Etsy’s Instagram—including the delicate, nature-inspired bridal hair accessory above—that have our social media buddies buzzing. One thing is clear from these crowd-pleasing posts: We’re all counting the days until spring.
The family-run felted-wool decor shop the Yarn Kitchen can craft this sweet, petite planter cover in any of their 28 standard colors—but we’re partial to classic koala gray.
There’s no better cure for a drab winter day than one of London-based painter Ingrid Sanchez’s vibrant watercolor prints; her shop, Creative Ingrid, is brimming with floral, abstract, and celestial-inspired options.
A vintage bumblebee brooch adorns this limited-edition Swarovski pearl hair vine from handmade bridal-accessories shop What Katy Did Next. (Pair with maker Katy Howieson’s matching drop earrings for full garden-goddess effect.)
Vancouver-based Cinder and Honey‘s downloadable PDF embroidery patterns make it easy to (stitch) blooms where you’re planted.
Wink, blink, or make eyes at your guests with these mix-and-match pillows from Sun + Stars, screen-printed by hand on organic cotton-hemp fabric in the shop’s Toronto studio.
What better way to encourage little ones to hang their coats and bags than with an adorable pink-haired hook from the UK’s Red Hand Gang? (They’re also available in black or white, for the more minimalist-leaning kid.)
Let’s be real: There are some Saturdays when you’re just not going to get off the couch. Might as well embrace it with a cheeky woven cotton message blanket from Frankie Print Co.
Faces on planters, faces on plates, faces on mugs: We love them all. Krafty K Design‘s rosy-cheeked pots are especially squeal-worthy.
Valerie Rains is a senior editor at Etsy.