It’s time to look at some inspiring Etsy sellers this week, are you ready? I hope you are and if not, you will be the moment you start scrolling down because I found some really pretty things for you to look over today.
I’ve been a fan of textile designer and illustrator Caitlin Shearer for ages. I love her recent work and think you will too. Gorgeous!
You have to check out The House That Lars Built if you love paper flowers or floral-themed prints, cards and wedding invitations. She takes custom orders, too.
Julie from Pamplemouss is a big fan of geometry, triangles and bright happy colors. Her zip pouches come in all sizes and are super cute.
I found out about pattern designer Joëlle Wehkamp from sjoesjoe in Amsterdam through a good friend and I have recently fallen in love with her butterflies over on Etsy. These illustrations are so cute!
Shade on Shape has some very nice looking stripe-y vases and I love their candle holders. Great for lovers of pastels!
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Hello my dear friends, I hope today is treating you well. I wanted to share my Etsy finds for this week, I hope that you love them! As always, please tell me about your etsy shop, one that you friend has, or simply a favorite of yours in the comments section below. I welcome all to join in and show me what you love so I can consider them for a future Etsy Take Five Tuesdays round-up. Shameless plugs (not pugs) welcome!
Circular photography is trendy! Have you noticed? This is by Mood Garden. I like it, don’t you?
Let’s look at some pillows. I love these by Graham Keegan in southern California. So summery and cheerful! The bolster is my fave.
Are you into watercolor art? These were painted with love by Lucile’s Kitchen. In this shop you can find food art prints, watercolor fruits and recipes, paintings on vintage papers, screenprinted macaron posters, global cuisine illustrations and more.
Speaking of the kitchen, I really LOVE these ceramic herb garden markers from Paulova Ceramics handmade in Portland, OR by Paula Lopez-Otero. Her salt and pepper jars are sweet too. Really nice!
I tweeted about this seller a few days ago but had to post her work too. This is Seventh Tree Soaps based out of Sydney, Australia. She sells lip balms, gift sets with soap, individual bars of soap, and more and it’s all packaged so cute. This is a great store to buy gifts, I have my eye on a few things for my guest bathroom – I love to stock pretty things in there for my visitors to use and enjoy.
Who are you loving over at Etsy at the moment? Comment with their link below, don’t be shy! I don’t bite!
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Hello friends, bloggers, internet! How are you today? Are you doing good. I thought I’d round up five lovely shops for you from Etsy that I’ve had my eye on lately so let’s get started and check out some cool handmade stuff!
No stranger to this blog, the beautiful handmade jewelry from Nest Pretty Things is always a favorite. I want to order so many things from this shop!
Lena Hanzel from Room for Emptiness in Berlin makes handprinted textiles, paper products and hand paints both vintage and new tableware. Really nice graphic feel.
Trixi Angermüller is Frau Sieben, who makes mostly wooden necklaces and candle holders in Hamburg, Germany with a very clean, modern Danish vibe.
If you love rubber stamps but not that into the ones you see in most craft stores, you may like the nature-inspired minimalist approach to stamping that Karmelo in Cologne, Germany takes to her designs. Really nice! My favorite is the cloud bordure, which one do you like?
Any etsy shops you’d love to tell me about? Share your own or the shop of someone you love in the comments section below to be considered in future columns.
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Hello everyone! It’s Tuesday so you know what that means, yes – Etsy time! Okay so let’s look at what I found for you this week. I’ve collected a nice mix of things so there is a little something for everyone. Enjoy!
How about we begin with a little fashion this week! I love these CORIUMI handmade Bags with tribal screen-printed motifs, metallic leathers, soft suedes… It’s all so beautiful. I had to order one for myself. Which style do you love?
Sarah & Bendrix – Mainly prints but you can also spot some cards and garlands that you’ll love. Print colors can be found in pretty pink, soothing mint and sophisticated black and white with French quotes – I love the gold lettering!
Looking to give your blog a facelift for only €49.00? Natalie is the lady to talk to over at La Designerie, a creative studio for blog & identity design. She sells blog themes in limited editions so once they are gone – they’re gone for good. What a great little gift to yourself this year – to revamp your blog template! Note: You can even work with her on personalized templates, too.
Laetitia from the very pretty Vert Cerise shop lives in Paris and loves to design patterns for her paper collections. I think her stuff is gorgeous – happy, modern and colorful. She also has a blog under the same name that is equally inspiring.
If you love quotes and ceramics, here is the best of both worlds from mb art studios. I love the clock, because isn’t the time always now? Watch for their new line of porcelain dinnerware in ocean tones set to launch in March!
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Welcome to this week’s edition of Etsy Take Five Tuesday, yay! Okay so this week I’ll some of my favorite things from 5 shops that I love right now from handmade tables to pastel porcelain so let’s check them out together, shall we?
First up is Hedge House furniture. I love their tables!!! Oh my! Yes, quality handmade in the USA furniture on ETSY. Gorgeous!
Now let’s look at some rubber stamps by Hunter’s Hideaway — Always a hit when you want to do some DIY crafting! Cute stuff here.
Want to see some of grandma’s teapots and cups given a fresh, new life? Dutch design studio Robin Pieterse has her own small collection of illustrated pieces that you may want to check out.
This is a nice shop with prints by artist Francesca Lancisi. The reds and pinks are so pretty and I really like her series of stones with patterns.
Finally, check out the pastel dream that is Urban Cartel – gorgeous handmade porcelain – I like seeing them paired with charcoal and can imagine entertaining with some of these pieces.
I hope that you’ve enjoy my picks this week! As always, please comment with YOUR favorite Etsy sellers so I can check them out for future columns – thanks so much! xo
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