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Posted by / August 21, 2017

Aug-Etsy: Our Monthly Etsy Edit

This month's Etsy Edit gives a nod to the push and pull that August inevitably brings — lingering summer heat that begs for an early autumn, a back to class (gotta get organized!) mentality, the return of football and a chance to witness this month's once in a lifetime total solar eclipse. From celestial treasures and the healing powers of salt water to tropical motifs and clever organizers, cheers to soaking in every last drop that these final days of summer have to give.



1. Be it for a nursery, office or tiny nook, this tropical leaf brass mobile would help brighten up any space that needs a touch of shine.
2. OK, this pineapple planter is literally perfect for trying to sprout the top of your next pineapple (seriously, try it!).
3. Good for travel or a small gift, these sea salt scented candles are a welcome reminder of salty air and beach hair.
4. Long for sea water even after you've left the coast? Bring a touch of the ocean inside with beautiful seascape photography by Elena Anufrieva.
5. I love a skinny pencil case not just for pens, but for quick access to my go-to makeup when carrying a larger purse.
6. Suckers for vintage brass, we both fell for this mid century duck planter — just look at those lines!
7. We're loving these sweet (and completely customizable) stickers and tags for labeling preserved goods — how cute for a canning swap?
8. It's the most wonderful time of the year. Why? Because football season is back, that's why!
9. A nod to the eclipse, I had to share this crescent moon key necklace, new to the jewelry shop. It's made from a key blank, so it is personalizable at your local locksmith!
10. Located right here in Richmond, Ame's Hot Southern Honey is made with 100% pure honey and chilis — perfect for dolloping on everything from peanut butter sandwiches to ice cream and makes a nice hostess gift to boot.

We'd love to know — what are some of your favorite Etsy finds right now?

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