As I’ve grown older, I’ve come to realize more and more just how lucky I am to have so many uniquely creative people in my life. Being around these people, keeping in touch with far away friends, and knowing them online has had such a positive, noticeable impact on my own inspiration, drive and productivity.
That being said, I’m so glad that I have the opportunity to share some amazing people with you today! I recently revamped the ad system on my blog, and now it’s easier than ever for me to work with both new and familiar creatives. ♡
Creature of Habit
Creature of Habit is run by a lovely lady named Vanessa Walton. Her handmade floral crowns and accessories instantly bring a little bit of magic into your life. In person, you can tell her pieces are made with the utmost care - almost as though she breathes life into them as they’re created. Vanessa also does custom costume and accessory commissions, so if you ever need to be a fairy, mermaid or princess, I’d highly recommend considering Creature of Habit. :] (shop, facebook)
Doll.jpg is run by Kellie and is perfect for your street chic (with a bit of edge) needs. All of her pieces are handmade or hand-altered and will automatically bring any outfit to the next level. She’s an amazingly productive lady who often showcases her work as a RAW Artist. Oh, and one of her specialties is creating any (and I really mean any!) type of hair bow imaginable, so go check her out - she even does customs! (shop, facebook)
There’s so much I could say about Geeky Glamorous! The owner Mandie is your go-to girl for all things geek, and honestly one of the sweetest people I’ve ever met! Like so many people in LA, she does a million different things (and does them well). She cosplays, plays ALL the video games, and even runs the Geeky Glamorous accessory line. You may have even seen her this week on the SyFy channel when she got married on the pilot episode of “My Big Fat Geek Wedding!” (blog, shop, facebook)
Messy Pink always brings a smile to my face! She’s so adorably sweet and always has on a cute, coordinated (and probably pastel) outfit! ♡ The Messy Pink Etsy shop is filled with the perfect mixture of pastels, kawaiiness, and a touch of geekiness! Teapot headbands, unicorn necklaces, and strawberry bracelets - just looking at everything makes me feel like I want to throw a magical tea party! (shop, facebook)
Miss Alphabet is the amazing combination of fairy kei, the 80s and a lot of color! What I love about Miss Alphabet is that she makes it her goal to help any and every woman feel and look good, no matter her shape and size. All her clothing and accessories are handmade and come in a variety of sizes. I always enjoy seeing the cute new designs she comes up with. Honestly, I can’t imagine being anything but happy if I was wearing a Miss Alphabet piece! (shop, facebook)
Noraneko Alley is run by Maki, a super talented fiber artist and illustrator. It’s the perfect place to find a colorful little gift, but don’t let size fool you - each piece is carefully crafted with attention to every adorable detail. You can find a variety of items at Noraneko Alley, from hand-cut Pokemon stickers to upcycled rupee-shaped crayons (and lots and lots of donuts)! (shop, tumblr)
I’m so glad I had this opportunity to share and talk about all of these creative people! If you’re interested in placing an ad with me, please feel free to check out my Friends and Sponsors page. ♡ I can’t guarantee that I will write about each ad in a blog post, but I do hope to help by bringing traffic to your site.
And for those of you who read until the end, I have a special surprise! ♡ I am offering a free, small ad space for 30 days to the first two people who use the code “FREEPIXIE" through my blog. You can read through the info and place an ad on this page. :]
Disclaimer: Though some of the ads on my sidebar are paid for, this post was not sponsored or required. All opinions are my own and were not compensated for. :]