That title was basically just a long-winded way of saying “round things I’ve seen lately and liked.” Check out some ceramics, balloons, ancient Japanese crafts, and more!
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Charming ceramics by Clay Opera.
Polish jewelry designer polijewelry.
I’ve been looking at photography accessories as of late, and love these painted lens caps. Appropriately called Snack Caps, they feature a doughnut and hamburger.
Flickr user NanaAkua’s grandmother has created over 500 Temari balls, a folk art that originated in China during the 7th century. The hand-embroidered balls are often crafted by parents or grandparents, made from the thread of old kimonos. They are given to children on New Year’s day as a special gift. (Via This Is Colossal)
I’m hosting a New Years Eve get-together this year, and these balloons by The Flair Exchange on Etsy seem perfect for the occasion!