Missmonster is the shop of Melita Curphy, who makes all sorts of beautiful, imaginative costume pieces, dolls, clothes, etc.
JennyMonkey is an old friend from Portland, Oregon. She used to sell mostly craft supplies, especially stuff for letterboxers. I recently checked out her shop again, and she has gone in an entirely different direction.
While her shop is mostly not spooky, it has lovely stuff. Jenny has carefully curated a collection of hand-made jewelry from small shops.
She still has stuff up on her Ebay shop, including a couple vintage postcards. It’s possible I couldn’t resist bidding on this one (even though I totally shouldn’t):
Jenny is a great person with superb taste, and I’ll be keeping an eye out here.
The Dark Exact is the shop of Coleman Stevenson, a Portland, Oregon based artist.
I dig her style, and am itching to add her Tarot to the collection. The shop has a few different augury kits, plus scents, and other odds and ends.
And how cool is a matchbox ritual kit? That’s a stocking stuffer for all your witchy friends.
Seventh Ink is the home of Matthew Johnson (who should totally do shirts for The The). Johnson does wonderfully designed pins, patches, shirts, etc. The size chart on his shirts make no sense, unless that’s a straight measurement across the front. I’m tempted to find out, because…
Enamel pins will probably be out again next week, but for now, you can jump on the trend with some cool stuff:
Just want something purty for your walls? These could only be better if they were printed on black velvet: