HeyAmyJane

HeyAmyJane

Wednesday, 11 January 2012

I would gladly hit the road.

Before Christmas I ordered a darling ring from the Etsy shop 'Pinkingedgedesigns.' As soon as I stumbled across this darling little shop I knew my Paypal account would be weak at the knees to buy something from here. Much deliberation took place as, quite frankly, I loved EVERYTHING. But eventually I chose a vintage-esque silver ring with a pretty blue stone in it. 

However, with all the excitement and rush of Christmas, I soon forgot my purchase. It arrived a few days ago and I can't believe how I ever put it to the back of my mind. Its stunning. A gorgeous blue stone and the best part is its adjustable so it fits anyone of my fingers! It hasn't come off since, I just love how unique the design is. I haven't seen anything like it anywhere. The stone is very textured and dimensional, really stands out.

Firstly, how sweet is the packaging? 







My Nail Polish is Nails Inc in 'Piccadilly Circus'


What do you think? Seeing as I wanted to purchase the whole store, I've got a few photos off Pinkingedgedesigns to show you my favourites. Click the images to take you to the etsy shop!


Bird Nest Necklace: £15.92



Teapot Charm Necklace: £14.59



Sterling Silver Origami Crane Necklace: £31.84



I saved the best till last (and also most expensive). This Sterling Silver Glass Locket deserves a special mention I think, as it doubles up as a photo-frame/memento display on a chain! You can put whatever you want in here and as it is double sided, you can store two photos/mementos and wear it whichever way round you would like! At £41.13 its quite expensive, however, it is sterling silver so it will last forever and its beautiful quality. One necklace, infinite display options.

I haven't been asked to talk about Pinkingedgedesigns here, let alone positively GUSH about it, but I love my ring so much I wanted to share the treasure with you all!

Have a lovely evening,

Amy x 

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