Christmas Shopping for Kids on Etsy by Friday’s Guest, Sharni: PART TWO

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Today, we welcome back Sharni with a whole other set of sensational Etsy finds. If you haven’t got Christmas sorted yet, you will have now!!  Happy Shopping…

Christmas Shopping for Kids on Etsy
By Friday’s Guest, Sharni. 

Last week, I showed you a whole heap of groovy finds from the handmade website, Etsy. I love this place to shop. I know my money is going directly to those who have made the product and who are working from home. I’m much rather support the handmade industry when it comes to gifts and toys because I know that whatever I buy has been made by hand with love, and will be of good quality.

I just couldn’t wait to show you more. Here’s another raft of Christmas suggestions.

If you are after some great quality felt for your crafty creations, why not visit-

All different sizes and I particularly love these sample sets-

What a great way to build up a stash of colours for those little embellishments!

I really love this 80% wool heathered felt. It is thick and sturdy, great for making protective phone or camera pouches.

Speaking of phone cases, this is a great idea for those into stitchery.

(Note from Amber. OMG. Cute or what??)

If you spend $25 or more before the end of November, you can use the code FREECHART to receive a free 100% wool felt mini colour chart. These are so handy to have! Thanks to Sarah for this generous offer.

If you prefer the local Australian option, the store Indigo Inspirations has some beautiful items, many hand dyed.

Shop owner, Jo has offered a special deal. If you spend over $20 (before shipping), you will receive a free 20g ball of hand painted wool. This offer will expire on the 15th of December, so get in quick! Make sure you mention it in the ‘message to seller box’

A little hint. If you click on the link and find that the item has already been sold, check the seller’s shop for a relisted item or contact the seller as they may be able to make another one.

Money saving tip: If you pay via PayPal, choose to use funds from your bank account, rather than your credit card. Using account funds means no international transaction fees! (You may want to double-check this with your bank, I am with NAB and I don’t get any charges).

Well, I could spend hours upon hours scouring Etsy for you… but now it’s your turn! The links above are just a minute sampling of what is out there. Get searching and please share any treasure finds in the comments. Here are a few last links to keep you interested. The rest is up to you!

Peace teething ring by Jupiters child
Catapult by Wood Toyshop  (I can think of a boy who would LOVE this!)
Sorting game by Apple n Amos
Thank you, Sharni for your amazing research.
What super ideas!!
I’m just swooning over the little yellow bug girl.
OOOhhh….. isn’t she lovely?

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