If you haven’t heard yet, Etsy is a fantastic marketplace for handmade and vintage items. I like to peruse through items even when I don’t plan to buy anything. I have personally been a buyer and seller on Etsy since 2015. (You can check out my artwork on Etsy here!)
Today I wanted to share with you, in no particular order, five of my favorite Etsy shops.
There is something about those little cardboard berry baskets that steals my heart. You know what I mean? Well, this shop offers lovely porcelain versions of those cute baskets, as well as other porcelain pieces “inspired by the farm-to-table movement.” Perhaps a bit pricey for a recent college graduate, but definitely adorable.
This shops features some downloadable hand-painted and watercolor floral designs. Since I dabble in graphic design for personal projects and occasionally for some of my own products, I think this shops products are useful and beautiful.
WelcomingGrace is a California-based shop that specializes in beautifully crafted flower crowns. This is definitely the “white girl” in me, but I think they’re lovely and whimsical and I want them all. This shop inspired me to DIY my own eucalyptus crown for my wedding, though I would have definitely bought one from this shop if that project hadn’t worked out.
This cute shop specializes in prints and illustrations, many of which are travel or landscape-themed. I’m inspired by automatte’s fresh and colorful designs! And I especially enjoy travel-themed art.
I really love natural products, and this shop offers some great soaps, lotions, and other beauty products that use natural ingredients. In particular, I’ve got my eye on some goat milk cranberry shampoo bars. Yessss. Oh, and I’m a sucker for anything “milk and honey.”
There you have it – five lovely Etsy shops to check out! Have any favorites?
And don’t forget to give my shop a look here!
Recent graduate + Wife
+ Kindergarten teacher
+ Coffee lover + Artist
I'm a twenty-something trying to figure out this adult thing and using my spare time to run an art shop on Etsy and write a blog about life, art, education, and travel.