Etsy Thursday


Here we are, another Etsy Thursday! This week, we are going to be highlighting a few of our favorite unique office supplies found on Etsy. Let’s get started…

First off, we have an iPhone/iPod docking station from WoodTec. Greg has officially put this on his Christmas wish list! “Re-connect with nature as you charge your apple devices.” Handmade from cedar wood, this docking station is the perfect mix of natural and high tech. Using a standard USB plug, it can be used to charge and sync with a computer or your wall adapter. Be sure to browse the rest of WoodTec’s products. They even have an iPad docking station!

I love this Antique Impressions Calendar from Colette Paperie! I like how each month is on an individual piece of 4.25″ x 11″ linen cardstock. That way, you can hang it on your fridge, memo board or even in a frame that you change out each month. The charming vintage-inspired illustrations are independently illustrated by Colette Paperie. I also really like their Botanical Calendar (I had a hard time picking out which to feature!).

When I came across this iSockit™ laptop case from Blythe, I fell in love with it. Ironically, this company is based in our hometown of Richmond, Virginia! What I love the most about these laptop cases is that they are made from vintage fabric. Bringing vintage charm to everyday items makes using them much more fun. Check out the Blythe shop for various sizes and fabric choices.

Tune in next Thursday for an extra pretty, Etsy Thursday: Jewelry Edition! Until then, do you have a favorite Etsy find or maybe a favorite Etsy seller? Let us know by leaving a comment.

7th House on the Left does not accept payment or perks for anything in our Etsy Thursday features. We simply have an obsession with Etsy that we want to share with everyone : )

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    October 28, 2010 at 11:42 am

    Thank you for featuring Colette Paperie! We really appreciate it 🙂

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    October 28, 2010 at 11:51 am

    That docking station is too cool!

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