Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Tuestorial: Sweetheart Conversation Garland

Happy New Year, SF Etsy! December was quite the whirlwind, but we survived and ready to focus on 2015. Just in time for Valentine's Day, here's a "sweet" garland that will get you in the mood for love!


Materials Needed:

  • Felt in various (love) colors
  • Embriodery thread
  • Embriodery needle
  • Stuffing
  • White paint
  • Paint brush 
  • String
  • Scissors


Step 1:

Cut your hearts. To save time, I took two pieces of felt and folded in half. I cut the heart shape on the edge. This creates uneven hearts, but reminds me more of the imperfect sweethearts! 


Step 2:

Paint your sayings on the front of the heart. Get sassy or get romantic. The weirder, the better. 


Step 3:

Once the paint dries, embroider the edges of the heart. Leave an inch and a half to stuff.


Step 4:

Stuff that baby and watch your heart grow! Once it's shape is made, sew up the open end. 


Step 5:

Use your needle with the string to make your hearts into a garland to hang. Put it on display and let your Valentine know you made it with love!



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Friday, January 23, 2015

Friday Feature ~ World Photos by Paola




1. What is your shop name and URL? 
World Photos by Paola 
https://www.etsy.com/shop/WorldPhotosByPaola


2. To which Etsy Teams do you belong?
123 Treasury Promotion Team
Do Another Thing Team
Love Team
Photographers of Easy
Homespunsociety
SF Etsy
Etsy Promotion and Advertising






3. Please tell us about the items in your Etsy shop. What do you make? How did you learn your craft? What is involved in your creative process?
I mostly sell photographs in my shop. In some cases, I sell pillow cases with my photography and photo calendars as well. 

I have been taking photos since I was a little kid. I've always loved it. When I started traveling, photography became a way to capture moments and experiences forever with my camera. It allowed me to immortalize what I found to be interesting and beautiful. Of course, living in SF, I mostly photograph California. We are lucky to live in such rich and diverse natural place! 

Over the years I've taught myself how to take better photographs by looking at other photographers' work and by researching how to create the images I have in mind. People tend to think of photography as just involving a camera, but there is a lot of creative process involved before and after taking the photograph.




4. Tell us two (or more) other interesting things about you.
I have a 10 month old at home. Becoming a mom has been such a wonderful experience and it has completely revolutionized my life!  My little one is such a joy!

I love being outdoors. Hiking, camping, going to the beach, you name it! Every morning, I strap my boy to the backpack carrier and we hike Mt. Davidson. He seems to love nature too!


5. What inspires your creations?
Everyday beauty. I mostly photograph what I see on a daily basis. I try to get out of the city as often as I can, or to travel as much as possible but, no matter where I go, it's usually the simple things that capture my attention and draw me to them.



6. What is your favorite item in your shop (currently for sale or previously sold)? Why is it your favorite? 
Currently, my favorite item is a photograph I conceptualized in my mind and that I then had to actually create in multiple steps. I wanted to create something magical. I wanted hot air balloons flying over the Golden Gate Bridge (and other SF landmarks). The process involved in creating this image took months and a trip to Fresno!
https://www.etsy.com/listing/205105162/hot-air-balloons-over-golden-gate-bridge?ref=shop_home_active_2

7. If you had a gift certificate to Etsy for any one item you wanted, what would you buy? 
I've been thinking about closing up the space in our basement to create a small office/guest room (hoping our landlady will allow!). I really want to wall paper that room to make it cozy and inviting. I would definitely use wallpaper from Kate Zaremba Company. This is one design I really love from her shop:https://www.etsy.com/listing/194805033/removable-wallpaper-foxy-print-assorted?ref=sr_gallery_14&ga_search_query=fox+wallpaper&ga_search_type=all&ga_view_type=gallery



8. What crafting skill(s) do you wish you had or hope to learn someday?
I recently started sewing and I haven't been able to stop. I've been teaching myself some techniques and I really hope to get really good at it but. I would love to be able to design my own clothing! 

9. What does buying and selling local handmade mean to you, and how has it affected your life? 
It means supporting other artists like myself. Nowadays people tend to buy mass produce because it's cheaper and more available, but I think there is so much more value in handcrafted local goods. The story behind them, the creative process, the fact that you are supporting the creative lifestyle of a person. I would hate to see a world without artists and creative people, so I think it's up to us to make sure art thrives in our communities.

10. Tell us about your first sale ever?
My first sale was a photo of a couple of chickens hanging outside a very rustic door in Southern China. 

11. Where else can we find out more about you and/or your creations?
Website: www.worldphotosbypaola.com
Blog: http://worldphotosbypaola.blogspot.com
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/WorldPhotosByPaola





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Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Etsy Treasury Challenge: Be Mine for Valentine's Day





Treasury Challenge Theme: Valentine's Day - Be Mine



To Participate:
  • Please include all SF Etsy team members within the treasury (find them with the tag "SFetsy" or SFetsy Team" on Etsy) . You can also search the team member list .
  • Find a song or poem that inspired you to make your treasury related to the valentine theme. Please include in either the description or comments of the treasury.
  • In the description or first comment, link back to our Blog - or our Facebook Fan Page 
  • Please tag your treasury on Etsy itself with the full text "SFetsy Team" or "SFEtsy" so we can find the treasuries that are made on Etsy.  
  • We will post and feature all the Team Treasuries we find to try and get you the highest number of favorites, shares, comments, and clicks ever ! Plus we will post them all on the SFETSY blog before Valentine's Day.  Meanwhile, tell us how your sharing your treasury via social media by using the tag #SFETSY!
  • Do message your featured SFEtsy sellers to inform them that they are in your team treasury and share your treasury in the SFEtsy team google group, as well as your own social media to spread your story!
 It's wonderful getting to know each other better this way, so please do chat in the comments, share our amazing community and lets get trending!!!  We want to Feel The LOVE!

Here is an example and link to mine to start!





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Monday, January 19, 2015

Captain's Log: Meet SFEtsy Community Supporters - Interview with Popupsters

Hello Teammies!

It's 2015, can you believe it? 2014 was a BIG year for our team. This year, we have a team goal to help you reach your business goals and help you take your business to the next level. One of the ways we are doing this is by talking to handmade supporters and leaders in our community and interviewing them for this blog. Several of our SFEtsy team leaders will be writing here too so you will get to see many facets of the handmade and maker community.

As a team, we were out in the community more than ever - all over the Bay Area! One of our big events was the 2nd Annual Indie Holiday Emporium. Along with Popupsters, we hosted nearly 200 local artisans (and over 40,000 shoppers!) at the historic Pier 35 in San Francisco.




When we were planning the Emporium, we searched for an event partner that really gets the handmade community and the spirit of small, artisan businesses and makers. Aaron Lander from Popupsters fit the bill and we are honored to have him as part of our SFEtsy community.

Recently, I sat down with Aaron and we talked about his role in the artisan community and a little bit more about Popupsters. I know you will enjoy getting to know Aaron and Popupsters and it will inspire you to connect with him online and see how Popupsters can help you take your business to the next level :)

I know you will enjoy this interview!
Rebecca Saylor
SFEtsy Co-Captain


1. Can you tell us a little about yourself as a human in the world? 
I'm Aaron Lander, CEO of PopUpsters www.popupsters.com - you can find me online @popupsters & @aaronnizzie. 

I was born, raised and educated in the great State of Iowa before coming to the Bay Area in 2011 where I've worked in the local food and agricultural industry (Marin Sun Farms, Fatted Calf, AgLocal) before starting PopUpsters.  

2. How did you first get involved in with Makers and the Handmade Community?

I don't know if I can pinpoint a specific instance when I got involved with the maker community but I do know that I've respected the community since I was a child when I would help my aunt with her crafts. 

3. What do you find most exciting about working with makers, entrepreneurs, and artisans? 

I find the passion and creativity that makers, entrepreneurs, artisans and anyone with a talent, skill or craft to be very exciting. Whether I'm working with one maker or hundreds, there's an energy that's contagious. Listening to people's stories, the intricacy of their product and their vision for their business keeps me moving forward.

4. What do you find most challenging about working with makers, entrepreneurs, and artisans? 

I think the most challenging thing for me is more about my personality than the makers themselves. I am a passionate person that has a sincere desire for everyone to succeed so I tend to take it personally when a maker doesn't have their expected outcome at an event. I've even been known to hit the streets myself when a show is slow to bring in shoppers. 

5. Tell me about a special maker/artisian you’ve met while working on your business? 

I think all the makers are special but one of the first people I met & continuously pops up in my mind, is Paul from Paulcity Goods

Paul Jansen is a prime example of the types of makers we are trying to help out. He is an extremely passionate and talented leathersmith, making his products from grassfed hides. Paul is constantly explaining the differences in grassfed vs conventional leather and then shows you through a microscope - this type of hands on experience is something that has left a lasting impression.

6.  How did you learn about SFEtsy? 

I was lucky enough to stumble upon SFEtsy in a twitter feed. (Author note: Shout out to our social media Guru - Lisa Spinella for connecting our community)

7. What is one of your primary goals for Popupsters in 2015? 

Our biggest goal is to host more events with groups like SFEtsy so your members have more opportunities to PopUp! The next is making it easier for you to host events on our website. 

8. What’s the one online tool you’ve discovered that can help makers propel their business?

Besides PopUpsters, I think Instagram is an extremely valuable tool for bringing visibility to your product. Combine that with your existing sales channels and you can really increase your business. 

For instance, having a PopUp? Take pictures of your products before, let people know when and where to find you and offer a discount for people that mention the post. Some people might not see the post until after the PopUp so make sure to include the link to your Etsy store in the post.

9. Do you have any words of wisdom to help makers sell more in person at popup events?

One of the things I can't stress enough is don't hide from your customers!

I see too many vendors sit behind a table while texting. If people are coming to a PopUp event it's because they want an intimate experience, which means they want to talk to you and learn about what makes your product special. Your story is why people buy from you so get it in front of your potential customers. Oh and make sure to promote your events - the more people promoting your event, the better.​

Thank you Aaron! Next up we interview Sharon - Co-Founder of The Academy of Handmade


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Friday, January 9, 2015

Friday Feature ~ Stylish Canine

A Very Happy New Year to all of you. We are starting of this year's very first Friday Feature with Stylish Canine.  Owner Jen deHaans offers a variety of unique and handmade custom dog collars, leashes and vinyl dog themed decals in a variety of breeds, styles, and colors.



1. What is your shop name and URL?
http://stylishcanine.etsy.com

2. To which Etsy Teams do you belong?
SFEtsy is the only team I am actively involved with.




3. Please tell us about the items in your Etsy shop. What do you make? How did you learn your craft? What is involved in your creative process?
I primarily make dog collars, leashes, and vinyl decals that I design myself. I learnt to sew a couple years ago just prior to opening my shop. I've been drawing for as long as I remember, which helps with the creative process for the decals, and using design software for quite awhile now. However, I have learned a number of things about what works well for cutting vinyl after designing so many of them.I actually learned a lot about vinyl cutting from the gentleman who sold me the machine off of Craigslist. He was an invaluable resource, just helped out and taught me so much without even being asked to, and I hope to "pay it forward" by helping other small businesses when possible (such as promoting some of the other SF Etsy shops in my 2014 Holiday Guide.

4. Tell us other interesting things about you.
I have worked in the software industry since 2001, and have written a bunch of books on design and animation. I decided to leave corporate jobs a few years ago to work for myself, and one of those ventures includes my Etsy shop! I love how it uses such a wide set of skills.

I am a big fan of dogs, and have some background in dog training. I even went to India for nearly a month to learn about dog training and behavior from a famous British behaviorist.



5. What advice do you have for other folks selling or buying on Etsy?
If you're selling on Etsy, I would recommend that you have an off-Etsy presence somewhere. It's always a good idea to have a backup ready just in case something happens on or to Etsy. Even if it's just a simple blog or website that you set up for free and point your domain to, or a few social media accounts, have a place where your customers can find you if you need to move elsewhere later on and promote a link to a new shop.

8. What has been your biggest success and/or proudest moment since opening your Etsy shop?
I have a few items that resell quite well, even a few repeat customers, so I'm really happy to be making something people want. I think my first repeat customer was my highlight of the year (I only started seriously selling products in January 2014). I always have some notion people are disappointed when they receive the item, so it was a bit of proof that they were happy enough to buy something again.



9. If you had to be an animal for one week, which animal would you choose to be? And what would you do?
If I didn't say "dog" there'd be a gasp, right? I'd choose to be one of my two dogs, who both have it pretty good. We would go to the beach, and we would run and eat inappropriate found foodstuffs. They seem to get a big kick out of that, so I'd love to join in and experience that joy too.

10. What does buying and selling local handmade mean to you, and how has it affected your life?
Being part of a new community of people, and all having a solid understanding of the challenges, risks, and difficulties of making it work: finding an audience, making the numbers work, dealing with certain difficult situations. It has completely changed the way I look at small business, and earning an honest living. I love being creative in ways that does not involve a computer monitor. It also taught me that I really do enjoy making things with my hands.

11. Tell us about your first sale ever?
My first sale was at a local dog event in 2013. I remember being excited, and exclaiming to the vendor next to me "that's the first thing I've ever sold!" and her jaw kind of dropped ("who is this maniac?"). I also remember my first online sale to someone I didn't actually know personally sometime later that year, and checking the product and packaging probably a dozen times before I put it in the mail (I even stood in line and had a USPS clerk confirm my postage printed correctly!)

12. Give us some insight on how you personally, or your shop, gives back to your community.
I personally help a few animal advocacy efforts, but as part of my shop I started selling a few products where all the proceeds go to the organization in question. One is a local dog rescue, where the proceeds of a t-shirt are donated, and I also have a decal and bandana where all of the profits support a group advocating against bully breed discrimination. Cash is king to these groups, so I felt this was a pretty tangible way of helping them out directly. 



T-shirt
Decal
Bandanas

13. Where else can we find out more about you and/or your creations?



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Monday, December 22, 2014

SF Etsy Gives Back - Knitting for a Cause

Donations to St. Anthony's Dining Room for Holiday Gifts for the Homeless


Dorothy Reinhardt, of Dorothy Designs, decided to put together a little social knitting group to knit or crochet some scarves and/or hats to donate to St. Anthony's Dining Room this holiday season. We ended up with 4 scarves and around 60 hats! Dorothy was caught on KTVU Channel 2 News on Sunday, December 22 dropping off the goods. If you watch until the end of the clip, you will see a shot inside the bag of some of our hats:  http://wn.ktvu.com/clip/10969591/san-francisco-st-anthonys-foundation-gears-up-for-holiday-charity

Dorothy, of Dorothy Designs
gets ready to deliver the finished products 
to St. Anthony's Dining Room

Inspector Ace checks out a cute green hat
knitted by Paola Sollecito of Knits by Paola

Lauren Beckerle, of Impressions Stoneware knit 
this many colorful hats.

Marylou Muwaswes, a friend of Dorothy's from
the YMCA, knitted an impressive 33 hats!

...more from Marylou

...and even more from Marylou.

These cozy looking scarves and hats were hand
knitted by Terrie Raphael of The Curious Potter

Dorothy, of Dorothy Designs turned out one
scarf and several hats.

Happy Holiday and a big Thanks to everyone who participated! I apologize if I missed anyone's donations that were sent in directly to St. Anthony's. I know that a number of people wanted to participate, but were swamped with preparations for the big Indie Holiday Show Thanksgiving Weekend. We'll try to start earlier in 2015. If anyone wants to participate, please email Dorothy Designs 2 at gmail.com. We'd be happy to help with knitting instruction and to accept donations of yarn or cash donations to go towards yarn purchases. We need washable wool or wool blend yarn in colors other than: white and lighter colors.

For Spring, I'd like to knit nests for baby birds whose nests have been destroyed for WildCare in San Rafael: click here for more information.



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Friday, December 12, 2014

Friday Feature ~ Sundrop Jewelry


It's that time of the week again for another Friday Feature. This time we are featuring Sundrop Jewelry. Tawny Reynolds crafts some beautiful jewelry with molten glass and silver wire. She is currently offering free gift wrapping with code WRAPITUP.



1. What is your shop name and URL?
Sundrop Jewelry
SundropJewelry.etsy.com

2. To which Etsy Teams do you belong?
SF Etsy
Etsians in the Rough
Handmadeology
Handmade Jewelry
Daily Etsy Sales
Recycled Artists
Wired



3. Please tell us about the items in your Etsy shop. What do you make? How did you learn your craft? What is involved in your creative process?
My sun-melted glass teardrops are handmade from recycled bottles and stained glass. I use a giant magnifying glass to focus sunshine and melt old liquor bottles and stained glass - the temperature reaches 3000 °F on a good clear day! Sundrop Jewelry is shaped solely by gravity, making my signature droplets a glittering symbol of the combined power of the Earth and Sun.

4. Tell us other interesting things about you.
I grew up in Alaska, which still holds on to a bit of the old "use it up, wear it out, make it do, or do without" motto.  That mentality really encourages learning to make your own... everything!  And to improvise as needed.



My daughter was born nearly three years ago, and continuing to run a company (especially one that involves molten glass, sun-bright spots of light, and choking-hazard-sized beads) while being the primary caregiver has been a challenge!

5. What inspires your creations?
I get inspired by colors.  A new bottle color I see in someone's recycling bin, a sheet of multicolored stained glass, new millefiori rods in the glass shop - I want to try them all!  I love the way translucent glass glows in the light, so it is really fun to find new glass colors and patterns to experiment with.  And once I've made the individual colors there is all the fun of finding lovely and fun combinations for my Chime and Cascade earrings!



6. What is your biggest challenge related to your Etsy shop?
Managing to keep up with posting new listings.  Finding the right time to do photography with a toddler running around is always a challenge... actually, the biggest challenge in every aspect is always finding the time!

7. What has been your biggest success and/or proudest moment since opening your Etsy shop?
Just two months after opening, I had an order from Japan for five pairs of earrings.  That was really exciting, but then two weeks later the same person ordered nine more pieces!




18. Where else can we find out more about you and/or your creations? 
I sell my standard lines and colors of jewelry on my own website (http://sundropjewelry.com), while my etsy shop is primarily home to one-off, experimental, and limited edition colors - often made from glass I can never get again. I share lots of stuff on Facebook: new items and collections, events, behind the scenes and in-process photos, and more (https://www.facebook.com/SundropJewelry).





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Thursday, December 11, 2014

The Volunteers For the Indie Holiday Emporium




How Can I Help? 
Four simple little words that mean so much. 

On November 29th/30th, 2014 the SFetsy Team organized an epic craft fair - The Second Annual Indie Holiday Emporium at Pier 35 in San Francisco. The turn out for the show exceeded our expectations -  but the behind the scenes and the tasks that preceded the fair are truly what amazed me personally and what I believe makes the SFetsy Team sparkle. 

The selflessness of the volunteers and leaders within the team, that had made this show great, truly inspires  --  and we just want to say Thank You.

Empty and Getting Cleaned Out - Pier 35, San Francisco Before the Show Began


Lead by our Etsy Team Captain, Rebecca Saylor from OodleBaDoodle, and our friends at Popupsters - they took what was an impossible challenge, to a successful creative event by putting in lots of hard work. The leaders of the SFEtsy team and volunteers added their strengths and skills to the mix and it because of it all, it became the highlight event of the year for the team.

Indie Holiday Emporium
Photo by J Astra Brinkmann

SF Etsy Leadership
Photo By Kathryn Fink


Special Thanks to these SFEtsy Team leaders who helped to make the show possible.  Stephanie Bolton, Katy AtchisonMarja Huhta, Betsy Reiche, Imelda Jimenez, Ms AmandaJayne ( and her Mom), Fleurette Sevin, Jillian Knox, Crafts By Ionyka, Deborah Styer, and Daisy Church.


Hilary and Janice Worthen - Indie Holiday EmporiumVolunteers
Photo by @SunsetShutterbug

Katy Atchison the volunteer coordinator for the event headed a troop of volunteers whom we would also like to thank:  Susan KlekarMeera KeskarNancy GarbarinoLaarni San Juan, Jade KingSabrina HomLillianna Torres, Eko WrightKirstie Arribas, Amanda Klekar, ChristineAngel Huntington-OrtegaRochelle Anicete, Michelle Ki, Rachael Jones, J.K. KaufmanJoey MuchaIsabel Ajuria, Jessica Seid, Hilary Worthen, Janice Worthen, Amanda C, Justin Pon, Maureen Murphy, Michelle Chang and Kristin Silverman


Birds Eye View of the Indie Holiday Emporium
Photo By Kathryn Fink

Shopping at the Indie Holiday Emporium
Photo By Kathryn Fink


Gift Wrap from Etsy
Photo By Kathryn Fink

Gift Wrap from Etsy
Photo By Kathryn Fink

Gift Wrap from Etsy
Photo By Kathryn Fink


Jillian Knox and Imelda Jimenez at the Indie Holiday Emporium
Photo by @SunsetShutterbug
Vendor Photo of the Indie Holiday Emporium














Tuesday, December 2, 2014

2014 SFEtsy & Popupsters Indie Holiday Emporium Vendor List



Thank you to all that came out to support the SFEtsy team over the weekend! Here is a list of all the vendors and how you can find them online. Happy shopping!



.retool.
www.retoolsf.etsy.com

24-7 Daddyhood
https://www.etsy.com/shop/247Daddyhood

[blank]shoppe.com
http://www.blankshoppe.com
blankshoppe.etsy.com

A Slice of Delight
www.asliceofdelight.etsy.com

A Touch of Life, LLC
www.MyAncientTreasure.com

amy rose moore illustration
http://www.amyrosemoore.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/amyrosemoore

amyturnerstudio
www.amyturnerstudio.com
etsy.com/shop/amyturnerstudio

Animal Instincts Apparel
http://animalinstinctsapparel.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/Animalinstincts

Apila Design
www.apiladesign.com
www.etsy.com/shop/apiladesign

Arabesque
http://designarabesque.com/
https://www.etsy.com/shop/DesignArabesque

ART BY DANBRAN
www.danbran.com

Art of Daisy Church
http://www.daisychurch.com/
https://www.etsy.com/shop/daisychurch

Ashleigh Hodges Photo
www.AshleighHodgesPhoto.etsy.com

Atelier Vertex
www.etsy.com/shop/AtelierVertex

Avolie Glass
www.avolieglass.com

b-spired
Www.bspired.com
Www.etsy.com/bspired

Basmati Bags
www.basmatibags.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/basmatibags

Bayou Bites, LLC
www.Bayou-bites.com

Bernal Burrow
www.etsy.com/shop/BernalBurrow

BethLovesPaper
www.bethlovespaper.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/BethLovesPaper

Betty and Beth Designs
http://bettyandbeth.com/
https://www.etsy.com/shop/bettyandbethdesigns

Blowtorch Studio
etsy.com/shop/blowtorchstudio

Bluehour Studio
http://bluehourstudio.net/
https://www.etsy.com/shop/bluehourstudio

Boii Studio
https://www.etsy.com/shop/BoiiStudio

Bottle of Clouds
https://www.flickr.com/photos/bottleofclouds
www.etsy.com/shop/bottleofclouds

Brave Moonman
bravemoonman.etsy.com

Bryan Kring
www.kringdesign.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/bryankring

Bugs and Monsters
https://www.flickr.com/photos/bugsandmonsters/
BugsAndMonsters.etsy.com

Camillette
http://www.camilleouellette.com/jewelry
https://www.etsy.com/shop/camillette80

Carine H.C.R. eco-design
http://www.konnected2k.com

CauliflowerKids
CauliflowerKids.com

cleomade
www.cleomade.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/cleomade

Compass Rose Design
http://www.compassrosedesignjewelry.com/
https://www.etsy.com/shop/CompassRoseDesign

Crafts by ionyka
http://ionyka.net
www.etsy.com/shop/threadsbyionyka

Cubee / Heatherdale Art & Design, LLC
www.hellocubee.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/JustinAnthonyLemus

Culk
www.culk.co
www.etsy.com/shop/culkink

Cuppa Fog
http://cuppafog.etsy.com

Dafunkybutton
https://www.etsy.com/shop/daFunkyButtons

de Wolf Designs
Jessicadewolf.etsy.com

Dee's Woodshop
etsy.com/shop/deeswoodshop

DemBones
www.dembones.etsy.com

Devika's Art
www.devikasart.etsy.com
www.theindigopaisley.etsy.com

Do Good Biz Succulents
http://instagram.com/dogoodbizsucculents
https://www.etsy.com/shop/DoGoodBiz

Donura Designs
https://www.etsy.com/shop/DonuraDesigns

dorklandia
http://dorklandia.etsy.com

earthquake state designs
http://earthquakestate.etsy.com

Easily Lars' Natural Skin Care
www.easilylars.etsy.com

eco-leather design
https://www.etsy.com/shop/handmadebychloed

enflux jewelry
www.enflux.etsy.com

Enjoy Globally
enjoyglobally.com

Evelyn X
https://www.etsy.com/shop/evelynx

Everyday Love Art
http://everydayloveart.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/nidhi

fakeFake Couture
www.fakefakecouture.com
www.etsy.com/shop/fakeFakeCouture

Fanchromatic Nails
http://fanchromaticnails.etsy.com

Fleurette Sevin, Glass Artist
www.flower7.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/flower7

Fluff Engine
https://www.etsy.com/shop/FluffEngine

furuKawa
www.furukawa-sf.com
www.etsy.com/kfbags

gabrielle | made
etsy.com/shop/gabriellemade

GigiMoll
https://www.etsy.com/shop/gigimoll

Glass Elements
www.etsy.com/glasselements

Glowees
www.glowees.com
www.glowees.etsy.com

Good Juju Ink
https://www.etsy.com/shop/goodjujuink

Gooseberry Press
http://www.gooseberrypress.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/GooseberryDesigns

Grits n' Hokum
www.gritsnhokum.etsy.com

Ha'Andah
www.haandahproducts.com

Hand Crafts by Mercedes
https://www.etsy.com/shop/HandCraftsByMercedes
https://www.etsy.com/shop/HandCraftsByMercedes

Heart's Desire Jewelry
www.heartsdesirejewelry.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/HeartsDesireOutlet

Heavens to Betzy
www.heavenstobetzy.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/HeavensToBetzy

Hey Hey Gourmet
www.heyheygourmet.com

Hilary Williams
www.hilaryatthecircus.com
www.etsy.com/shop/hilarywilliams

Holly Mcclain Designs
www.hollymcclain.com

iluxo
http://iluxo.co
http://iluxo.etsy.com

Iris Elise Jewelry
http://www.iriselise.com
http://etsy.com/shop/iriselise

Iris Willow
http://iriswillow.com/gallery
https://www.etsy.com/shop/IrisWillow

J.Fein Designs
www.jfeindesigns.com

JenMeyerArt
www.jenmeyerart.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/jenmeyer

Jess Kay Designs
www.JessKayDesigns.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/JessKayDesigns

Joules Jewels Vintage
www.joulesjewels.etsy.com

Karma Lit
www.karmalit.com
www.etsy.com/shop/karmalitcandles

Korrupt Label
www.korruptlabel.com

Lalun Naturals
www.lalunnaturals.com
www.lalunnaturals.etsy.com

Laughing Devil Designs, LLC
www.laughingdevilbathandbeauty.com
www.laughingdevildesigns.etsy.com

Laurel Begley Ceramics
https://www.etsy.com/shop/lbegley?ref=hdr_shop_menu

Libation Lab
LibationLab.Etsy.com

LickinFlames
www.lickinflames.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/LickinFlames

littlepiggypants
https://www.etsy.com/shop/littlepiggypants

Lovesville
http://lovesvilleusa.com

Lucy & Mabel
LucyAndMabel.com
lucyandmabel.etsy.com

M-square Press
www.rusticbookdesign.com
https://www.etsy.com/ca/people/msquaredesign

M.O.C. Woodworks
http://www.mocwoodworks.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/MOCWoodworks

Mac Cutting Boards
http://www.maccuttingboards.com

Made In Mayhem
www.madeinmayhem.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/MadeInMayhem

Made In The Haight
MadeInTheHaight.Tumblr.com

Maggie Hurley ~ Whimsy & Whatnot
www.maggiehurley.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/maggieshurley

Marja Germans Gard Studio
www.marjagermansgard.com
www.etsy.com/shop/MGGstudio

McAdams Co
www.mcadamsco.us
https://www.etsy.com/shop/McAdamsCo?ref=hdr_shop_menu

Meadow Valley Lavender
Etsy shop.....Meadow Valley Lavender
etsy.com/shop/MeadowValleyLavender

Melisa Joy
www.melisajoy.etsy.com

Michelle's Zoo
https://www.etsy.com/shop/MichellesZoo

Mixerfriendly
mixerfriendly.com
https://www.etsy.com/people/mixerfriendly

MsAmandaJayne
www.msamandajayne.com
www.msamandajayne.etsy.com

MXM Jewelry & Design
http://mxmjewelry.com
http://mxmjewelry.etsy.com

My Dear Darling
http://mydeardarling.com/gallery/
https://www.etsy.com/shop/mydeardarling

Nancy Benton Art Studio
www.nancybenton.net
https://www.etsy.com/shop/NancyBentonArt

Natasha Grasso
www.natashagrasso.com
natashagrasso.etsy.com

NiseyKnits
www.etsy.com/shop/NiseyKnits

No Coast Paper Co
www.ShinyHappyPeoplePublishing.com
www.etsy.com/shop/shinyhappypeoplepub

Nooworks
www.nooworks.com

Odds & Ends
www.lisaBbowman.etsy.com

On the Nose Fragrances
http://www.kennethcory.com/
https://www.etsy.com/shop/kennethcory

OodleBaDoodle
https://www.etsy.com/shop/OodleBaDoodle

Oxgut Hose Company, Inc.
www.oxgut.com

Paperlaced
www.paperlaced.com
www.paperlaced.etsy.com

Passport to Paper
www.shanjones.carbonmade.com
www.etsy.com/shop/ShanMarieJones

Pebble and Fire
www.pebbleandfire.com

Pooka Queen
www.pookaqueen.com
www.etsy.com/shop/pookaqueen.com

Prefectly Random Designs
https://www.etsy.com/shop/RandomPrefect

Pretty Print Shop
www.prettyprintshop.com

Pumpkin Toes Knits
https://www.etsy.com/shop/PumpkinToesKnits

Purabela
http://purabela.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/PuraBela

Raina's Textile House
https://www.etsy.com/shop/RainasTextileHouse

Real Cool Frozen Treats
www.realcoolfrozentreats.com

Reclamation Etchworks
www.ReclamationEtchworks.com

Red Icebreaker
http://www.redicebreaker.com/gallery/
https://www.etsy.com/shop/RedIcebreaker

Redthred Clothing Co.
www.redthredclothingco.etsy.com

Rose La Mer
roselamer. squarespace.com
etsy.com/shop/roselamer

RossLab
www.RossLabDesign.com
www.rosslab.etsy.com

Ruth Easterbrook Ceramics
Rutheasterbrook.com

Saffron + Kumquats
www.saffronandkumquats.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/SaffronandKumquats

Salamander Feltworks
www.salfelt.com

Sara Amrhein Firenze
www.sara-amrhein.com
www.Etsy.com/shop/SaraAmrhein

sarahpinto
www.sarahpinto.com

Scampi in SF
http://scampisf.blogspot.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/ScampiinSF

Sculptural Accents
http://sculpturalaccents.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/SculpturalAccents

Shastablasta
www.shastablasta.com
shastablasta.etsy.com and kittyconfetti.etsy.com

Shieh Design Studio
https://www.etsy.com/shop/ShiehDesignStudio

simplypearlee
www.simplypearlee.etsy.com

SinceSass
www.etsy.com/shop/sincesass

Skincare by Feleciai
www.skincarebyfeleciai.com

Slim Pockets
www.slimpockets.net
www.etsy.com/shop/slimpockets

Soda Pop Prints
http://sodapopprints.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/SodaPopPrints

Splendid Colors
www.splendidcolors.com
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Squishy P's Sew Shop
www.etsy.com/shop/Squisheeeee

St. Ambrose
https://www.etsy.com/shop/StAmbrose

Sugar Cane Inc.
www.etsy.com/sugarcaneinc/shop

Sugar & Spun Cotton Candy
http://www.sugarandspun.com

Sundrop Jewelry
http://www.sundropjewelry.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/SundropJewelry

Sweet & Cool Design
http://sweetandcooldesign.wordpress.com/

Tangleweeds
www.tangleweeds-jewelry.com
www.tangleweeds.etsy.com

Tanya Madoff Designs
www.tanyamadoff.com
www.etsy.com/shop/tanyamadoff

Tarabud Design
https://www.etsy.com/shop/TarabudDesign/

Taryn St. Michele
www.tarynstmichele.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/TarynStMichele

The Curious Potter
www.thecuriouspotter.com
www.etsy.com/shop/thecuriouspotter

The Enchanted Square
https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheEnchantedSquare

The Healing Place Apothecary
www.thpapothecary.etsy.com

The Lei Stand
http://www.tghshop.com/#!themed-gallery/c20sh
theleistand.etsy.com

The Merry Spinster
www.themerryspinster.com


The Paper Medley
www.thepapermedley.etsy.com
www.thebabyshowermedley.etsy.com

The Pink Camellia
Www.thepinkcamellia.etsy.com

The Stroopie Gourmet
www.StroopieGourmet.com

The Weekend Store
www.theweekendstore.com
www.theweekendstore.etsy.com

Theresa J
www.theresaj.etsy.com - and - www.theresajtoo.etsy.com

TheSucculence
https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheSucculence

TICKLEANDSMASH
www.etsy.com/shop/TickleAndSmash

Tiffany Anne Studios
www.tiffanyannestudios.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/TiffanyAnneStudios

Tinytweets
www.etsyshop.com/Tinytweets

Titus Design Company
https://www.TitusDesignCompany.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/TitusDesignCompany

To.Go.Kins
www.togokins.etsy.com

Tofufu
tofufu.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/TofufuStudio

Trays4us
www.trays4.us
https://www.etsy.com/shop/Trays4us

Treasured Wares
www.treasuredwares.com
www.etsy.com/shop/treasuredwares

Tresor Valeur
https://www.etsy.com/shop/TresorValeur

Two Tumbleweeds
http://www.foodiedice.com

urban geometry
urbangeometry.etsy.com

usagiteam / Bowtie Factory
usagiteam.com 
bowtiefactory.etsy.com

Wonderland Organics
www.wonderland-organics.com
www.etsy.com/shop/wonderlandxorganics

World Photos by Paola
www.worldphotosbypaola.com
https://www.etsy.com/shop/WorldPhotosByPaola

Yankee Hawker
www.etsy.com/shop/Yankee Hawker

Yarn & Clay
etsy.com/shop/yarnnclay

Yerba Buena Botanicals
https://www.etsy.com/shop/YerbaBuenaBotanicals

Yes & Yes Designs
http://yesandyesdesigns.com/home/
http://yesandyesdesigns.storenvy.com/

Zodiac Zone
etsy.com/shop/zodiaczone



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