Saturday, November 07, 2009

Let it be a Handmade Holiday

I love what the girls at Frenchie and Flea are doing.

They will be promoting a Handmade Holiday season by featuring Etsy artists and vintage sellers.

I also pledge to buy Handmade or Vintage this Holiday Season.

Don't you agree it makes the Holidays that much more special?

I also pledge to create new and exciting Holiday decor for sale in my Etsy shop and website - I've got lots of ideas in my sketchbook and in the works.

When at the gift show this year, I wasn't inspired to order any of the Holiday Decor the vendors were offering.

Hope I can keep up with production!

Click on the graphic below to meet some new sellers the girls will be introducing beginning Monday...

Oh yea, there are giveaways involved too!

I'm excited!

9 comments:

Its So Very Cheri said...

Good luck. I can't wait to see what you do,

Cheri

Michele's Treasures, Teacups, and Tumbling Rose Cottage said...

I wish you many sales! ; )
~Michele

thepaperroSe said...

I agree....handmade should be heartmade......that is what it means to me....

Sandy said...

I am up early and trying to stay quite. What better way is there to spend the time than to find wonderful blogs like yours? I have been promoting a handmade holiday too! Great minds think alike.

thepaperroSe said...

thank you for visiting my site! I know....one problem with blogging...see all of these great things/places...then realize it is 500 miles away!!

ness lockyer said...

Being a fellow etsy-er, I pledge to buy handmade this year too. I am way over the normal gifts, which always seem like not alot of thought has gone in.
Cant wait to see what you do.
Ness xx

ClassiclyAmber said...

Oh - for the coolness! Yes, I agree - handmade and/or vintage for Christmas! And I'm off to see about that pledge, too! Thanks for sharing!

Debra @ Common Ground said...

These cones are so beautiful, love the embossed wallpaper, and love how you've used it with the photo.
Debra

Kim @ Cheap Chic Home said...

Hey girl--just saw your blog from Funky Junk. I am so stealing this cone idea. When (hopefully when!) it comes to fruition- I'll do a post... :)