thelittlegrasshut

Handmade, Vintage, and Quirky Trappings

Maryland, United States · 2154 Sales

thelittlegrasshut

Handmade, Vintage, and Quirky Trappings

Maryland, United States 2154 Sales On Etsy since 2012

5 out of 5 stars
(676)
Victoria Berta

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Victoria Berta

Tan Asian Thai Hippie Boho Top Tunic
US$36.00
Vintage 1990s Boho Blue Jumpsuit
US$40.00
Vintage Crazy Cute Elephant Maxi Dress
US$42.00
Hippie Tribal Latin American Textile Folk Art
US$22.00
Tribal Mayan Mexican Clay Mask Ethnic Decor
US$22.00
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5 out of 5 stars
(676)
Jen Knutson

Jen Knutson on Sep 28, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

I absolutely love my Japanese Lucky Horse vintage sake bottle!! Looks even better in person and bigger than I initially thought, which was a plus! Thank you so much! ;)

Mod Goddess

Mod Goddess on Sep 27, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

Very happy with this bag. Matches perfectly with a dress I bought from this great seller!

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Updates

I will have a pop up shop at the Charm City Flea this weekend in Baltimore! It's Saturday 12/19 from 11am to 4pm at Johns Church 2640 St Paul Street. Please stop by!

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About

Everything Old is New Again

I have loved and collected vintage since I was a child. I always dreamed that one day I would own my own business. I also had another dream; to move to Maui. After three years of saving up cash, I made the move, and was even able to get a job transfer with the company I worked for at the time. I spent about a year on Maui and it was magical and life changing. I started my Etsy shop while living there and that is how my shop got its name.

So, what is it like to really own a shop? Its starts with merchandise. I am constantly hunting for new inventory for my shop. I am lucky enough to live in a very culturally diverse area that offers over 15 different thrift stores within a 45 minute drive. That is how I get such a unique collection of items in my shop. It can take me hours to go through a thrift store; looking at everything, inspecting it for flaws, imagining how I will photograph it and style it, etc. The new goodies then travel home with me where they are washed and tended to. After that, photos are taken at my home on a day with good light. These are edited to the perfect 5 pics that Etsy allows. Then comes the other fun part: the research. What company made this? How old is it? Or sometimes, what is it? Then I measure, write the description, and list the new item. Easy, right? Well, it can be sometimes. But it does take work and time. And passion. You need to have a real love for older things and real dedication to your shop. I think of each vintage item I sell as a little time capsule from the past.

My jewelry is a whole other story. I LOVE jewelry and accessories. I think they make your outfit and convey your style. I will create an entire ensemble around a necklace. The jewelry I make is also often created from things I find while thrifting. In addition to that, I get beads and stones from gem shows and bead suppliers. I often find ugly jewelry while thrifting, but then I think about how I can tear it apart and make so many other beautiful things from that one piece. Because of this, my jewelry is very one of a kind.

My personal style and tastes are quite varied; from Mexican folk art to vintage 1960s surf culture to Japanese textiles to mod fashion to bohemian lifestyles. You will find all of these things when you wander through my shop. I hope you enjoy your visit through my wonderous and slightly wacky world.

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  • Victoria Berta

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    Born in the 70s, raised in the 80s, and partied throughout the 90s and early 2000s. Over 20 years of retail management, merchandising, and buying experience for many well known companies in North America. Self educated and self taught artist.

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Last updated on March 16, 2016
Welcome to my wacky little world!! I grew up in Baltimore, MD, moved to the metro DC area, and even lived on Maui for a spell. I love jewelry, clothes, art, junk, tiki, kokeshi, southwest design, mid century modern, various tribal and ethnic arts, and pretty much any kind of random old junk. You see examples of all of that in my shop.

As a thrifter, I have been collecting odds and ends and vintage clothes for years. Usually, I sell on ebay or to consignment shops. That was before Etsy came into my life. Now, I am passing my curious finds on to you through here.

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  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment
I accept paypal, credit cards, and Etsy giftcards.
Shipping
I ship via priority mail only and I do not ship internationally. I will ship the item within 7 business days of payment's receipt.
Refunds and Exchanges
I only except returns if the item was not as described. If it arrives broken or damaged or is lost, I will happily provide the postal info/insurance number, so you may inquire with the postal service.
Additional policies and FAQs
Please, please convo me with any questions you have. I'll answer you as soon as I can!