March 16, 2018 by Robin @ Imperial Crochet
As a quick follow up to yesterday’s post, I just wanted to let everyone know that the 50-foot snake worked and all is right in the world of our plumbing today.
I’m very thankful because as much as I’m someone who tries not to waste water, I always shut the faucet while brushing my teeth, that whole “let it mellow” thing is highly overrated.
In celebration, I’ve decided to share 3 fun crocheted snake Etsy finds today. Enjoy!
I’m affiliated with Etsy and this blog post contains affiliate links. You can read my full disclosure HERE. As always, I did not create any of the following items. I can not vouch for their quality and I do not own the photos shown here. I’m simply sharing them for your viewing and gift-giving pleasure.
First up, for a pretty lady, how about this ssstunning crocheted snake necklace?
If you know someone who loves snakes, or who loves to wear animal prints, this pink beaded python necklace makes a sssuper gift and proves that snakes really can be a girl’s best friend in more ways than the way I now love them. As in, the reptile, not the tool.
Learn more by visiting: Pink Snake Crochet Necklace by JewelrybyBusyBee
Next, I’ve found an awesssome crocheted snake theme hat.
Don’t worry. No one will turn to ssstone when they sssee it but I guarantee the wearer will get plenty of attention.
Available for order in any sssize and color combo.
Makes a fun and super unique girly gift! Don’t ya think?
In Greek mythology, Medusa was a monster, a Gorgon, generally described as a winged human female with living venomous snakes in place of hair.
You can learn more and order yours by visiting: Lucy Medusa Hat by DessertDiamond
And for the girl who sssimply would like a new friend…
Who can resssist the cuteness that is Pierre le Python?
I’m ssseriously in amour with this sssweet little amigurumi snake guy. Just seeing him in his little beret and red scarf has brightened my whole day!
Learn more by visiting: Crochet Snake Amigurumi by hugles
Those are my fun finds from Etsy for today! If you didn’t see anything snake-related that you want, need, or have to have, be aware that there were lots more cute crocheted snakes and crochet snake patterns where these came from.
Visit Etsy.com to see them all!
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