This is a wonderful time of the year as we prepare for Christmas!
It’s sweater weather and this one is a cozy cotton knit. I love the asymmetrical design with a blend of pink and burgundy shades. I paired it with jeans and denim sneakers.
We’ve still been enjoying several mild days. We had our first snow flurries in November which made the trees in our forest look sugar frosted (but it melted). Yesterday was warm enough to not even need a coat.
I’ve had this pink faux suede coat with faux fur trim for years.
I wore it to the Etsy Christmas Craft Show. So many talented artisans and I will feature a few. I love supporting small businesses.
Handcrafted bags and accessories. Made in Ontario, Canada
“My vision is to sew unique, quality products that are practical, affordable, beautiful and vegan friendly using my favourite designer fabrics, faux leathers and canvas.” ~ Claire O’brien
Handcrafted goods made in Canada
An assortment of garden markers made with flattened antique spoons. I bought one with lavender stamped on it.
“These spoons are perfect for any garden with any vegetable, fruit, flower or herb! I hammer each spoon nice and flat and then customize them with the plant of your choice.” ~ Jessica Murphy
That girl who draws cats, dogs, houses and buildings
Maggie draws whimsical cats and dogs (custom orders) and charming houses and buildings.
I bought a unique fanny pack. Normally I don’t wear them, but I loved the fruit print and will wear it with jeans to carry my cell phone while walking in the woods.
Original abstract art and prints
It’s always a pleasant surprise to meet friends while shopping, part of the fun is stopping to chat–something we can’t do when we shop online.
Let’s support local venders and small businesses in our area.
Have you ever shopped on Etsy?
Linkup: TURNING HEADS TUESDAY