PollyDanger

Cuteness explosion!

421 Sales

PollyDanger

Cuteness explosion!

421 Sales On Etsy since 2008

5 out of 5 stars
(254)

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Note from shop owner Polly Danger is on Summer hiatus. We'll be back with a new line of autumn goodness in early September!

Note from shop owner

Last updated on May 21, 2016

Polly Danger is on Summer hiatus. We'll be back with a new line of autumn goodness in early September!

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Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(254)
jillianmm2010

jillianmm2010 on May 5, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Absolutely love these little felt hair clips! Will definitely be ordering more!! Very well made!

jillianmm2010

jillianmm2010 on May 5, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Absolutely love these little felt hair clips! Will definitely be ordering more!! Very well made!

Kate Miller

Kate Miller on May 3, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Adorable and well made!!!

Kate Miller

Kate Miller on May 3, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Absolutely adorable!!! I have matching earrings for my custom elbow pads!!! Super cute and well made!!!

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Everything looks better in blue :). I'm wearing my felt hair bow in Aqua here.

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One of my very favorite parts of being a maker is wrapping up purchases for my customers. Each pair of earrings is a special gift, whether it's meant to be given or kept for you.

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Mint with Gold Hearts- Tiny Button Earrings
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It's pretty darn hard to take photos of your work when this guy keeps stealing the camera! But I let him have a bit of the spotlight in exchange for giving me back my working tools :) More behind the scenes stuff at Instagram.com/pollydanger!

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About

Life is full of small pleasures ...

Polly Danger is a maker of button earrings, bow bookmarks, diy kits, and general small delights. I believe that like the colors of the seasons and the songs of birds are proof that beautiful things don’t need to be expensive.

For me the loveliest things are the small ones, because they add up to a great big life of joy. I make very small things, but my hope is that they bring each customer a piece of their own great big joy. There is something so sweet about the anticipation of getting a package in the mail, something so lovely about waiting for just the right moment to open it (or not being able to wait at all), and something truly thrilling about the crinkle of a glassine bag as you hold it in your hand, oohing over the foggy treasure inside. Those moments are why Polly Danger exists.

Our story:
Polly Danger began in 2006, when I lived in San Francisco. I didn’t have much money to spend, but when I did have a bit extra, my favorite thing to do was buy chocolates or macarons from some of the lovely shops near my house. The colors and smells in the shop were part of the joy, and the sound of the bags was something I could carry with me as I took my treats home. The actual taste was the very final bit of pleasure and I savored it as long as I could. This was the very beginning, the very first kernel of what Polly Danger has become today; a shop full of very sweet, quite small pleasures that come to you in lovely, crinkly packages, to be savored and enjoyed as you see fit.

Each item in this shop is made by me, Polly Danger, in my sunroom-turned-studio, in a little town outside of Portland, Oregon. I take great pride in making beautiful treats that are meant to last the test of time while still being affordable to every size pocketbook.

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  • Polly Danger

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    I'm Polly, a mover and shaker, maker of bows and button earrings, kits, accessories, tutorials and general cuteness. I'm headquartered in a crooked old house in a small town halfway between Portland and the rugged Pacific Ocean.

Shop policies

Last updated on February 2, 2015
Polly Danger is dedicated to bringing you the cutest possible accessories and home goods, Polly Danger puts love, ruffles, and sugar into every piece!

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
  • Other Method
Payment
I currently only accept Paypal.


If you're new to Etsy, here's a handy guide to help you with the check out process: http://www.etsy.com/help_guide_checkout.php
Shipping
All Polly Danger items are shipped first class, USPS within 5 business days of purchase.

DOMESTIC SHIPPING: Please allow up to 2 WEEKS for delivery for all items. Your package will likely arrive in less than 7 business days, but please plan for a little extra time, just in case the U.S. mail gets bogged down, which happens from time to time. If you need your item sooner I am happy to upgrade your shipping to Priority Mail at your expense- just convo me!

INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING: Please allow up to 4 WEEKS. It rarely takes that long, but some countries take longer to receive packages than others (Ex. Australia vs. Canada). Items occasionally get caught up in customs, for which I cannot take responsibility. Upon shipping your item I provide a U.S. customs number which allows you to track your package until it leaves the U.S., but in most cases you cannot track the package into the country of destination. I have only very rarely had any issues with international orders, but it does happen from time to time. Thank you for understanding.
Refunds and Exchanges
All Polly Danger items are sewn tough and put to the sturdy test! They are meant to be loved and used for years to come- however if you feel you have received a faulty item, you may send it back to be fixed or replaced within 14 days of purchase.
Additional policies and FAQs
Wholesale orders- Polly Danger offers excellent wholesale prices on almost everything in the shop! Let me know which items you're most interested in and I'll send you a line sheet.


Items made of vintage fabric are subject to the effects of time; that is they are sometimes slightly worn, stained, or otherwise not pristine. I love age-worn fabrics but would never use any that would compromise the structure of the item.