Wicked part 1
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Broadway Gift Giving Guide 2015- Part 2

Ok, so I thought I might put together a list of some Broadway themed gifts that you might enjoy purchasing that you won’t find in stores. Some you might know about and some you might not! I wish I could highlight everyone, but hopefully this gives you a good idea of what’s out there!

There are so many talented artists out there that make fantastic interpretations of your favorite Broadway shows. One of my favorites? Squeegool! You can find Squeegool on Society6 and you can purchase his art as prints, tote bags, iphone cases and more:

Check out his work here

I also love Typography! You can find so many amazing quotes from all of your favorite shows! And click on each of these names to find more of their beautiful work!

Hamilton lyric quote made by Crashboomlove

The Last 5 Years quote by GreenRoomPrints

Les Mis print by TheGodmotherDesigns

Annie lyric quote by CraftMei

I mean… the list is ENDLESS! You can find just about anything on Etsy, so I recommend searching for your favorite show! You never know what you can find :)

I’m also a huge fan of Broadway themed jewelry! 

How about a Phantom book necklace by JensJunqueDrawer

Or a beautiful Wicked necklace for someone who has changed your life? Check out DesignMeJewelry

I’m a HUGE fan of these Playbill charms by KeepsakeCharmShop

Maybe a Fiddler on the Roof Necklace from BloomGirlJewelry

These are just a few of the shops I like, but again… you can find all sorts of things on Etsy! Take a look around and find something from your favorite show!

And maybe you want something truly unique!

I’m a huge fan of these Playbill Collage’s by TheArtofBroadway

I wish I could show you more of the amazing creations that I’ve found, but I hope this gives you some great ideas for your Holiday Shopping!!

Happy Holidays everyone!


“Ang Munting Sirena” (late post)

now is the little mermaid’s turn. trying to simplify everything as possible and not putting any tattoos or any Filipino ethnic charms just to show she’s a Filipino mermaid. Their culture is unknown.and yes, she still has her mermaid hair when she transformed into human.