Vintage Charm: Belle Hibou

Featuring unexpected charms showcased on necklaces, rings and things, Belle Hibou is a shop filled with an “eclectic mix of bohemian, whimsical and nature-inspired styles.” Youll be drawn in to take a second look at the vintage trinkets Jennifer pairs with antique brass. Peek at the horses on the carousel necklace or fill your craving with this chocolate tin locket.

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Stop by Belle Hibou on Etsy to see the entire collection.

About Rachel Anne: She is a 20-something wife and mother of one, who enjoys making things for her embroidery and tiny handmade goodies shop called, Goose and Trisser. You can visit Rachel Anne on her blog here.

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I absolutely love this shop. Thanks so much for sharing, Brittni!

Please Note

Bellehibou is a copycat artist of http://www.violetbella.etsy.com

Such a shame.

Rogue

Actually, Rogue, she is not a copycat. She has similar style, yes, and uses a few of the same charms yes, but you are using the term copycat very loosely and that’s what’s a shame. Please get your facts straight before slandering others on the internet.

Lynn

Actually, Rogue, she is not a copycat. She has similar style, yes, and uses a few of the same charms yes, but you are using the term copycat very loosely and that’s what’s a shame. Please get your facts straight before slandering others on the internet.

Lynn

No, Rogue she is not a copycat. In fact, Violet Bella has copied her at least a couple of times.

angela

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Clasor:

Weird! I always thought that they were owned by the same people, really strange (violet bella and bellehibou)

Persimmon

I am going to have to stop approving comments that need to moderated on this particular post. It is starting to get out of hand with an anonymous person commenting multiple times with different names (I can see the IP addresses – so I know what’s up). Let’s move on from this one everyone. And make this place about positivity whenever possible. Thanks!
-Brittni

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