So for this week, my goal was to find 10 sellers on Etsy who haven’t really been discovered yet, and try to help them get discovered! 🙂
The holidays are just around the corner, and instead of going to your regular places for presents (like the mall) why not check out some of these great shops, and support the handmade community! These aren’t just your ordinary gifts you buy, these items are made with care and sellers take pride in their work. Feel free to click each shop, they will open up in a new window so you don’t miss out on the other shops! 🙂
So on to the 10 featured sellers this week:
My shop offers unique tatting jewelry sometimes mixed with other techniques (beaded crochet, soutache or crochet). I am from Poland and I am making jewelry since almost 5 years. In 2010 I started my tatting adventure. This is my greatest craft love. I am still searching and learning new stuff, and I think this is one of the best things in craft: there is always something new to discover 🙂
Recently I am fascinated with Victorian era, that gives me inspiration to my works. I also love fantasy and elves, fairies and everything in that climate.
I just opened my shop and couldn’t be happier about it. It has taken a lot of work to get to this point and I know that there is only more work to be done. I specialize unique, charming hand drawing watercolor greeting cards.
My greeting cards creations go back two years when I made a custom greeting card for all my co-workers. I customized the card towards the company I worked for and handed them out to everyone during the holiday season. I got such great reactions from the cards that I made custom made company greeting cards for a friends work as well. Ever since then I have been working on creating greeting cards that anyone could purchase and pass to someone with a smile. The ideas haven’t stopped flowing since then and I am more than happy to be able to share them with everyone.
We are so glad to serve you. All item is ready to ship and we ship everyday and we ship to international customers. Every items made in pet and smoke-free environment.
I started 7 years ago, because I was frustrated with offer of jewelry on a local fair, and I wanted to buy something for myself. ( Today I have my own place on that same fair 😀 )
Anyway, everything was the same, every single stand seem to have the same supplier and I didn’t like anything of that. So, I thought I could make something for myself. But then I knew nothing of making jewelry and when i realized it is not that easy I started to learn.
So, now I am here, having a shop on etsy and working on profit from my hobby 🙂 This is my way to put the reality aside and be myself for as many hours as I can. Of course, this is a hobby, but it would be great if I could do this for a living.
This is my way to expressing myself, to make a kind of jewelry that I would wear and hope that other would like it too 🙂 In my work I use different materials but lately and mostly I am switching almost exclusively to sterling and fine silver and stones. My favorite technique is wire wrapping, although I often do beading and sewing.
My name is Cindy Kaeser and I’m with Out of the Beaker. I make unique crocheted games, dishcloths, and face scrubbies. Most patterns are self-written and you can’t find them anywhere else! I’m just a chemistry graduate student that needed a bit more color and creativity in my life and now I aim to add some to yours!
I’m a chemistry Ph.D. candidate at Michigan State University and an avid crocheter! I like to make things that are a little unconventional and especially like making puzzles and games. The goal of my work is to challenge the average person’s perception of what crochet is and can be – to make people think a little outside the box about the possiblities!
Ancient techniques applied to new fashion designs.
I just started my shop this month and yet to have any sales, but I’m forever hopeful. I started it because I have making sewing thread crochet items for a long time and I have run out of people to make them for. I never use patterns beyond the size I need and I love how they always turn out with a unique flair. I also started making chainmaille jewelery that has very fine rings, because I always like to push myself into doing something different.