This large Flying Pig measures 32 inches from tail to snout. Made from durable ripstop nylon (the same material used for sailing) so it is weather resistant. Whilst not a toy – safety eyes are used and the windsock comes complete with a fishing snap swivel to connect to a suitable pole or line, now you really can see a pig fly!
I’ve posted about lighting made from recycled drums before but these ceiling lamps, made from two toms discarded from a Pearl Kit, have a kind of rustic charm I really like. From what I can gather, these lamps were originally created by an Etsy user and successfully sold. You could probably figure out how to make them yourself if you had a few spare drums laying around.
This lamp modified by Etsy seller RenegadeVintage was originally a bowling arcade game. Those aren’t pins but markers that fold back when hit by balls. Now the assembly is a lamp that provides ambient light perfect for a romantic love nest.
Thanks to Nick over at The Littlest Winslow for posting a photo of this one-off Bacon Shower Curtain, up for sale now at Etsy for $65 plus shipping. I feel dirty just looking at it. See if you’re fast enough to snag this baby for your own.
It’s easy to look super fashionable for spring and still stay on your diet when you wear these eye-catching Bacon Bracelets. Designed by Gary Simpson, made by Jules13art and sold in sets of two by our crafty pals over at Etsy for the odd price of $13.56. Fried egg ring sold separately.
My co-worker Mark sent me this link to a Bacon iPod Shuffle Case, which is handmade by a Bacon-loving Etsy artist and sells for just $19 plus $4 shipping! What a bargain to keep your Tunes warm and toasty.