Monday, June 29, 2009

Etsy Tag Monday: Texas

Hooray! Vacation is near! I'm extremely excited this week because not only is tomorrow my Friday, but Wednesday we are heading to Austin! We went last April and had a blast, and I'm looking forward to some fun in the sun (and heat), getting a tan, tubing, eating some tacos, or whatever else our friends Heather and Andy have planned for us. With that being said, hopefully I will get some great shots this time and post some pictures of my trip. So....Etsy Tag Monday is Texas. Thought it appropriate.

Found these gorgeous prints from Futurowoman Fotographie and Bonnie Jones respectively. It gets me excited to go and see the landscape, and try to pull off shots like these.

Lucy Blue Studio based out of Austin has made this adorable Robot belt buckle. While it may not resemble Texas, it sure does represent the talent that comes out of it. This Robot is part of a new, cute series featuring cartoon skulls, robots and rabbits.You should check out the rest of their stuff!

CottonEye Josie has some of these great pin up belt buckles. A little more Texas at first glance, you gotta love the Texan flare. Yee Haw?

You wanna scream Texas pride, but at a more subtle level? You can rock these earrings that say "Don't mess with Texas." Made by Kalli has a nice array of jewelry, and though there arent any other cute state representations, you can bet there are others you might want to war.


  1. Hi Lauren,
    Thanks for mentioning my photo! Have a great time in Texas!
    I miss it:)

  2. Thank you so much for including my photo! I hope you have a wonderful trip! :)

  3. You'll find just about everything int he shape of Texas including mouse pads, cheese, swimming pools, tortilla chips, whatever. I guess it's a way more exciting shape than that of, say, Colorado.

    Oh, and it's spelled, "toobing". I want to come; it's my favorite thing. Say hi to Barton Springs for me.

  4. I love the shape of texas! When I went to the Alamo last summer, I nearly bought a cake pan shaped like the state (from their gift shop) as a joke. Thanks for featuring my earrings!