A jackalope is a mythical creature, not to be confused with this or this creature. As a fan of bunny things, naturally, jackalope things also make me squeal. Jackalope Glacier Blue Wall Hook and Jackalope Glacier Blue Jewelry Holder by imm Living and available at Pure Home. Both wonderful but I’m loving the wall hook a little more due to the necklace factor and it wouldn’t take up any space on my dresser. I do have a bunny wall hook gifted to me by my sister but I have no place to put my rings. Yes, my rings can be found in a myriad of random places. If only I had a jackalope to guard my jewels. Love bunny things? Check out more editions of Monday Bunday here.
Everywhere I turn these days, I see bunny themed stuff hidden amongst *regular* stuff. I recently stumbled upon Old Gold Boutique, an online store specialising in gold hued jewelry. They have quite a range of bunny related jewelry. You can find all these and other interesting pieces over at their website http://www.oldgoldboutique.com. And one more delightfully hilarious foodie necklace that I had to share with you: A rotisserie ring.
Want. If I had this ring, I would draw a cute bunny face on my finger. Brass bunny ear ring from Old Gold Boutique. Just $38.
NZ designer Karen Walker’s latest eyewear and jewelry collection involves a few bunnies. Bunnies gone couture. You can get them online here.
I had a lovely leisurely lunch with my sister on Sunday. The bacon hash at ThirtyNine is an absolute favourite and it didn’t fail to impress this time. Newspapers, crosswords, coffee. After that, we hit Ponsonby for some serious browsing. Photo taken by my sister. Jewels for Foodies Texan Art Schools stocks Georgina Baker’s work and I was blown away by how something so simple and “every day” could be so beautiful. My favourite were the ornate teaspoon handle earrings and also the spoon pendants. If I didn’t have stretched lobes, I would have snaffled the earrings up in a heartbeat. Buy for youself or your foodie friend. Geogina Baker’s website: www.georginabaker.co.nz Texan Art Schools: http://www.texanartschools.co.nz
It’s the first of the December and what better way to start this month of eating, drinking and festivities than with this perfectly suitable necklace called Omnomatopoeia by tuxessories. “This glossy white laser-cut acrylic pendant hangs from a silver ball chain necklace.” Only $10US each from Tuxessories.