Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Tiny Treasure

This little book showed up in the post today. It comes France from Esther at Mes Illusions Baroques. I love books and when I saw this one I had to have it. It even has little pages inside its gold embossed leather cover. Little keys and a pearl hang ftom the bottom, tiny little treasures for a little treasure.

Esther creates the most amazing things. You really should check out her Etsy shop. Except it is closed right now while she moves house. But you can sign up to be notified when she's back. Meanwhile, go have a look at her blog. She posts all sorts of things that she makes. If you don't already, you should follow her. I find all sorts of inspiration in seeing and hearing about her work.

Thanks, Esther. I love my tiny little book!

14 comments:

Liz Revit said...

It's a tiny treasure!

UberArt and Emerson Bindery said...

What a very cool little book! Congrats on your find!

Leslie @ Bei Mondi said...

So sweet and beautiful. What great creations Esther makes.

Judy said...

Esther's creations are as wonderful as she is! Darling little book!

TesoriTrovati said...

Weeeeee!
I, too, had a little package of love from France. How cool is that? I bought three of them...but only one will be staying with me. They are really delightful. And her packaging with such care. Esther is the best!
Enjoy the day!
Erin

Peridots Garden Blog said...

So beautiful!

Sandy

stregata said...

It is enchanting - and to typically Esther! Lucky you to have snagged one of her magical little creations!

sharon said...

Esther is especially unique in her creations...you are lucky to have one!

Studio Sylvia said...

A delightful little treasure - a precious gem I am sure. Lovely.

Pretty Things said...

I've heard of Esther -- she makes the most amazing things! I need something of hers!

sundownbeaddesigns said...

How cool! Esther is full of talent! I so enjoy viewing her creations...I don't own any... yet...

Sweet Pea said...

Wow, that's such a cool little book!! You crafty people are so lucky. My little fingers could never do something like that!! :)

Barbara Lewis said...

I admired those when Esther first posted them ... I should have made my move!

donna said...

I hope to get one (several ;) when she makes more. LOVE THEM!