raven ear wrap

“Psst. Hey…those shoes don’t work with that outfit.”

“Shut Up Raven Ear Wrap!”

This blackened English pewter Raven Ear Wrap is pretty stunning, but just remember the saying “dark wings, dark words.”

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modern dragon

Now this is an an engagement ring worthy of the Mother Of Dragons. I mean, just look at it. Absolutely stunning.

The ring includes:

* 1 x over 5.0 grams TW (approx) of cast solid 14K matte black gold* ring (Italian black rhodium coated over 14K solid white gold) size 7 (sizable)
* 2 x round 0.015 CT (0.03 CTW) laboratory grown rubies accent stones
* 1 x round 3.0 carat (approx) laboratory grown rubies center stone
* Deluxe jewelry box

But that’s not all. The ring can be had in several different color and stone combinations.

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Matthew Chalker recently proposed to his photographer girlfriend in a clever way: he spent 60 hours constructing a customized mechanical iris aperture for the engagement ring.

She said “yes” of course!

Chalker used this Instructables plan as the basis for his box, but he tweaked it to fit his needs. Check out how it came together in the gallery after the break…

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Kristin of SuperSpaceChick is a lucky lady. She was treated to an elaborate week-long Harry Potter-themed engagement that started with an unexpected letter from Minerva McGonagall stating that she had been accepted into Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. The letter arrived on official Hogwarts letterhead, sealed with wax, and even had owl scratch marks from travel. Kristin suspected her boyfriend Andrew Gallagher, a talented graphic designer, was behind the wonderful letter but the reason behind it was a mystery. All she knew was that additional instructions would follow.

For the next seven days,  Kristin received more letters from characters at Hogwarts with exciting clues and wonderful presents. The magical adventure led the couple to The Strand bookstore in NYC where Andrew got down on one knee and presented Kristin with a ring in a custom made snitch ring box. Of course she said yes! Duh!

Check out some of the amazing work that went into the week-long Harry Potter engagement story after the break.

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You’ll have six different Adventure Time characters to choose from in this earrings pack. Choose from Jake, Finn, BMO, Lumpy Space Princess, The Earl of Lemongrab, or Tree Trunks –– or mix and match. I think it would be cool to wear one Finn and one Jake, or to wear the LSP ones to be the center of attention.

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ear cuffs top

Etsy shop ranaway makes enchanting bronze ear cuffs in over 90 different designs that feature everything from forest leaves and steampunk bumblebees to faeries and dragons. 

Check out more images of the cuffs you totally need in your life, after the break.

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Fairy tales never looked sweeter than they do through the eyes of Etsy artisan LaliBlue. Each classic story is told through a whimsical paper pop-up diorama nestled in a wooden sculpture. Her imaginative pendants depict childhood favorites like Red Riding Hood, Cinderella, Pinocchio, Alice in Wonderland, and more.

Check them all out after the break.

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Forget the high heels, these T-Rex earrings from FantasticWho are vastly more appropriate for a trip to Jurassic World.

It looks like a dino got shoved right through your ear, but the clever design lets the top and bottom screw together to complete the illusion of gauged ears. The earrings come in silver, grey, bronze, gold, and black—and for $3.00 a pop, so you could start a dino jewelry park of your own.

Check out close-up images after the break.

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tardis jewelry box

Wow. Redditor ashe7 does some damn fine work with a CNC machine. This aluminum TARDIS jewelry box separates into three sections—two of which are lined with adhesive felt to hold jewelry.

Unfortunately, it’s a one-off piece—but you know it would kill on Etsy. Then again, it would probably be cheaper as an official product. Take note BBC.

See how it came together after the break…

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This faerie wing necklace is so delicate and detailed, it looks like it was ripped right off a woodland sprite. (Please note: no actual faeries were harmed in the making of this necklace)

Etsy shop Under The Ivy has perfected the art of creating very life-like faerie wings into jewelry. Accented with glitter and Swarovski crystals, this necklace would be a treasure with any outfit.

But that’s not all. There’s more fanciful necklaces after the break.

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