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I love Etsy (A Short List Of Favourite Etsy Shops)

This is a super short list (I could list hundreds of shops), but they are my perennial favourites!!

TAMAMIKOBAG

Gorgeous obi bags. I own quite a collection from this designer right now that I use to hold my jewellery.

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ESSENTIAL GOODIES

My favourite scent of all time is Bulgarian Lavender. I’m tempted to try Vanilla and other essential oil smells, or even something citrusy like Lemon, but I am always drawn back to Lavender.

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FRIEDASOPHIE

Just.. interesting. Raw, different, feminine but edgy. Just my kind of thing.

friedasophie-etsy-dipped-gold-crystal-necklace

RACHELQUINNJEWELRY

I love her delicate spiked pyramid rings. They’re stunning, stacked.

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VDEUX

Lace rings!!!!

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AMY WALTZ DESIGNS

Super skinny, interesting rings that can go with everything.

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DOLLYBIRD DESIGNS

I’ve always liked her work. I own her peacock feather necklace.

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ROCKCAKES DESIGNS

How pretty is this King Bird ring? This is going to end up on my finger some day.

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FEATHERANDBEAN OBI BELTS

LOVE obi belts. My favourite is still the one I nicked from my mom’s closet in a bright fuchsia magenta pink, but these ones are not too shabby either.

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PINSNNEEDLES

Rosemary is my go-to person to make gorgeous German wool laptop cases. She does beautiful work, is a teacher by day, and I have never been disappointed with her service nor her products.

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STORIARTS

LOVE these scarves. Having your bookworm side screamed out in an accessory for all the world to see is totally up my alley.

I have my eye on this one, the Raven by Edgar Allan Poe.

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14 Comments

  1. Phyllis

    There are so many great shops on Etsy and Now I have to check all these ones 🙂

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  2. Bloom

    Looks like the store Essential Goodies hasn’t sold anything for years. Would have liked to try one of those roll-on perfumes. I love etsy too, I mainly buy my jewelry there and the quality is excellent. If you had your own etsy store, what would you sell?

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    1. save. spend. splurge.

      She probably hasn’t been keeping up with the shop but I know she sells locally in Toronto. I got quite a few lavender roll-ons from her.

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    2. save. spend. splurge.

      Oh and if I had my own Etsy store I’d sell clothes.. if I knew how to make clothes that is.

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  3. The Asian Pear

    Cute stores. I usually look at the bag and stationary stores on etsy msyelf. 🙂

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    1. save. spend. splurge.

      Me too. BAGS!!!

      Reply
  4. Emily @ Simple Cheap Mom

    So many neat things on Etsy. I have a little store selling cross stitch patterns, so I log on a lot, and I really have to try to not get carried away checking out all the other shops!

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  5. ArianaAuburn

    I so want the Jane Eyre Infinity Scarf by StoryArts. You have elegant taste in fashion accessories!

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    1. save. spend. splurge.

      Thanks! I totally want another Infinity Scarf.

      Reply
  6. Petrish @ Debt Free Martini

    You can find so many interesting things on Etsy. Its the worlds best market!! Thanks for sharing.

    Reply
    1. save. spend. splurge.

      And full of independent designers which is what I like.

      Reply
  7. Clarisse @ Make Money Your Way

    I love that TAMAMIKOBAG, it has a lively colors! I’m a big fan of Bulgarian Lavender and also chamomile, german oil, have you tried it?

    Reply
    1. save. spend. splurge.

      No but I drink chamomile.

      Reply

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