Thursday, June 14, 2012

Thursday Travels

While shopping for great items with team elite, its easy to sometimes imagine a mini-vacation with these great items that make you feel like you are "there"!  

These Santorini Notecards by WarriorWonderland are truly breathtaking! Set of 12 notecards and envelopes.


This primitive art sculpture from 99heads reminds me of a native island!  The heads are made of porcelain, red clay or fireclay. They are entirely hand made and each one of them is unique. For the coloring one can use different glazes. The technology of workmanship is also unique and takes time and patience. With some of the heads one can use glass, metal and wooden elements. Each one of them brings its own individuality and unique spirit. 
                                 http://www.etsy.com/listing/93147780/ceramic-head-primitive-art-primitive


A beautifully engraved stone from Sicily from Mihulli. Your personal piece of jewelry, your precious friend ... Please take it personally. Each stone has a story, each person has his own fate, every story has a beginning, each person somehow came into the world. My next series of engravings in beach stones from sunny Sicily wants you to recall memories and your personal situation, please fill in the story alone, I had something, although I guess, but the jewelry should be as personal as possible for you ...
                                       http://www.etsy.com/listing/96153710/engraved-sicily-stone-please-take-it



The sounds of the ocean you can almost here when you gaze at this Ocean Wave photograph from CreativeXpression1!  Ocean waves playfully dance while making their way toward lapping the shoreline of the Outer Banks in North Carolina. I took the photo while vacationing at the Outer Banks, NC. 




What a gorgeous Mediterranean Landscape created by BoldFolds! Home Decoration 3D Pop up Card ORIGINAL Origamic Architecture DESIGN of Mediterranean Landscape in White and Green OoAK SIGNED Growing up in the Mediterranean landscape influenced the characteristics and the lines of this creation. I created this one of a kind original art piece using the technique of Origamic Architecture. I was very intrigued by that technique eight years ago when I first learned about it. Origamic architecture (OA) involves the three-dimensional reproduction of architecture, geometric patterns, everyday objects, or other images, on various scales, using cut-out and folded paper, usually thin paperboard.




These wonderful items from our Team Elite members can be purchased by clicking on the links below the item photographs.