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It was the night before Christmas... and all you're probably doing is watching Christmas carols, dipping into sneaky slices of nan's fruit cake and sipping on eggnog, trying to deduce what is lying under your tree.
Digby & Iona's accessories are made by hand out of their studio in Brooklyn and are heavily influenced by historical events and '80s cult films.
If you like Yellow Owl Workshop's nifty designs on paper then you might like them even more if they were to adorn your neck.
An awesome bomb just exploded in our brains and it's primarily composed of crocheted double-head llamas, beaded parrot gods and pregnant koala mermaids.
Rosita Bonita's range of rockabilly-ish illustrations and jewellery fuse Day of the Dead colour schemes with seahorses, which is definitely up our alley.
Flowers in your hair is a sign of peace and tranquility, but feathers in your ears represent someone in touch with nature who could also kick butt in an arm wrestle.
Because nothing says 'I love you' like a ring cross-stitched with a cuss.
This jewellery designer skips around the world collecting antique bits of fabric, beads and brass, then goes back to her home in Barcelona and makes them into exquisite accessories like this one here.
Because whose inner-child doesn't want a bubble blower necklace?
Julie Thevenot is French. Julie Thevenot makes radical jewellery. Julie Thevenot also makes nifty wall hangings. We are pretty keen on Julie and would like to share a custard tart with her.
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