Limited hand-printed tee & wristlet keychain

hand printed tees wristlet keychains Limited hand printed tee & wristlet keychain

Look what came in the mail for me yesterday! A limited edition hand-printed t-shirt from Crywolf and a very unique and pretty wristlet keychains from Jimmy Pickles.

crywolf hand printed t shirt Limited hand printed tee & wristlet keychain

This Vneck tee designed with dreamcatcher from Crywolf is hand-printed and of limited edition. It’s definitely the type of wearable art apparel that I love! In fact, I had a hard time deciding on this design because the rest are all equally alluring.

wristlet keychain Limited hand printed tee & wristlet keychain

And these two wristlet keychains are from Jimmy Pickles and aren’t they lovely? These are handmade using 100% heavy duty cotton webbing and again there are so many choices of fun and pretty fabric designs but in the end, I picked this because I think it’s so chic.

So why two you ask? Because one is going to the next giveaway in March! There’s also something from Crywolf in that loot so keep a lookout!

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Comments

  1. Elaine says

    The wristlet keychain is a great idea.
    Nice shirt, too. Don’t you just love getting packages in the mail?

    Elaine: Oh yes definitely! It’s great to receive packages in the letterbox! ;)

  2. ms says

    The key chain is very pretty and kawaii. How could I buy them?

    MS: Check the link I provided under the picture of the keychain. It’s only US$6.50 and there are many choices. And international shipping is available.

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