|Today's Fan Slam is ALL about... my favorite! LUCKY THINGS! |
Hey, I'm a symbol nut, and I happen to *love* lucky charms. I can't get enough of them. And we're off...
|The Lantern and The Shovel - Vintage Lucky Charm bracelet|
This lucky charm bracelet (brought to us lucky people by Etsy shop The Lantern and The Shovel) is basically, well, just what I've always wished for in a charm bracelet. Chunky, vintage, a little banged up, and chock-full of those classic (and classically designed) lucky charms. Hmmm, this would sure look nice on my wrist for my next Vegas trip. Oh, the sweet torture! (Do you think, if I wish hard enough, it will magically "charm" it's way onto my wrist?)
|RandPapele Jewelry - Sterling Silver Tribal Arrow Necklace|
Here is a lucky love arrow necklace by RandPapele Jewelry that's just pretty darn adorable. It's mini, it's tiny, and it's personalized. (I'm crazy about this trend. What a world we live in!)
I know that an arrow may seem a stretch for a lucky charm, but when it is a *love* arrow, now THAT'S a lucky symbol, if there ever WAS one. If you like this one, they have way more way-adorables in their shop.
|Auryn Design - Maneki Neko "Lucky Cat" charm necklace|
|Printed Wonders - Lucky Bag|
Ahhh, more old-timey symbols, this time in a nice little shopper you can stw in your purse for those last-minute shopping trips. I like that is a really a "statement" bag, but it cost only a fraction of the cost of the "statement" bags I see in department stores (har har)! :)
Love that this one by Printed Wonders features some symbols that are a little bit more unusual— the key, the ladybug, the hand. If you know what they hand is about, please do chime in—I am curious!) Overall, I love the vintage-flavored, simple, stark look very much.
|Printed Wonders - Lucky Wrapping Paper|
|ERMoriginals - Sterling Silver clover and peridot necklace|