Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Weekly BEST: Paradise Purls

If you live in the Triangle like me, Paradise Purls is a local treasure (based in Cary, NC).  Paradise Purls offers hand knits and handcrafted accessories, ranging from jewelry to scarves to baby items to knitting patterns.  This stay-at-home mom loves the creative freedom she has now that she's not stuck in the corporate world.  Elizabeth's mother-in-law and girlfriends gave her the support she needed to explore knitting and fall in love with her yarns.  She's also a beader and offers some of her beaded jewelry designs in her shop.  You'll quickly find that Paradise Purls has a wide range of crafts available making it a perfect one-stop shop for gift giving!  Check out these items I found to be particularly fun: 


There are items in this shop that would make great teacher and graduation gifts, and custom orders are welcomed, so be sure to keep Paradise Purls in mind when buying this season.  Also, be sure to check out Elizabeth's social networks as she offers information about new items and sales through these channels:

Blog - http://www.paradisepurls.blogspot.com/
Facebook Fan Page - http://www.facebook.com/paradisepurlsfb

What do you think about Paradise Purls?  Talk about this multi-talented seller and shop in the comments!

Until next time,

I'm a part of an Etsy team called Boosting Etsy Shops Team or BEST. The purpose of the group is to provide promotion for each team member through our existing social networking accounts. Each week I'll be doing a blog feature about a different team member.


Anonymous said...

Hi Elle-Thank you for this wonderful feature. I truly appreciate it!! :D

Elle said...

You're very welcome!! :)

Anonymous said...

I really like that bracelet. That's a great warm selection of colors. The crocheted hat is also adorable.

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Twitter: Teri_B

Elle said...

Thanks for taking a look at her work Teri!

debbi said...

I've purchased from this shop, and she is "wonderful"!!!!

Elle said...

Great Debbi! Thanks for sharing your experience!