Folksy Friday – Waves

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This week’s Folksy Friday selection has been curated by Susan of Lynwood Crafts! Susan sells the most fantastic mix of handcrafted accessories, scarves, gloves, bags and more… Take a look over at her blog for her previous Folksy Friday selections.


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Following a trip to the coast last weekend, I have been blogging about our experiences. My Folksy Friday selection is all about ‘Waves’ – relaxing, intimidating, destructive, providers of power and bringers of treasures. I hope you enjoy my choices. Click on any image to view the item in its Folksy shop.



  • June 4, 2010


    Beautiful! Waves and so mesmeric! No matter what the weather, I could spend hours just watching the sea!

    The waves purse is so cute, will go off to investigate further.

    Natalie x

  • June 4, 2010


    This is awesome!! I live at at the sea, it is so wild and yet playful and calming. Thanks for including my pendant!!

    Anna x

  • June 4, 2010


    Oh, how I love that little purse! Great choices!

  • June 4, 2010


    I love the sound of waves washing up on the shore… lovely! I love that brooch, too!

    Thank you so much for including my ‘Shoreline’ print!

    Emma ♥

  • June 4, 2010


    Lovely, relaxing combinations here. These sea colours are gorgeous together!

  • June 4, 2010


    I love that purse its awesome the waves on it are so pretty!

  • June 4, 2010

    Shaz from Oddsox

    It’s making me pine for the seaside! The high seas necklace is gorgeous and the shop description of it is lovely. x

  • June 4, 2010


    Thank you for inviting me to make this week’s choices. As usual, I enjoyed the opportunity to step outside my own shop and explore some of the beautiful work to be found in other Folksy shops.


  • June 4, 2010


    Lovely choices Sue!

  • June 5, 2010


    How lovely, these are gorgeous choices! I’ve always lived near the sea, I feel claustrophobic if I go too far inland! I love the last picture x