Yes, everything in this gift guide is handmade, which was SO fun for me to put together because it’s always exciting to discover those one-of-a-kind items you can’t get just anywhere. On top of that, supporting fellow makers is something I really believe in doing and is part of the movement for shopping small businesses. While it not only feels good to buy things that were personally handmade with so much love, you’re bound to find some especially unique items by shopping small.
Take a look, admire the creativity, and browse around these shops to see if there’s something special you’d gift to someone (or yourself!) this season.
1) Gold dipped hexagon necklace from Ash Studio
2) Teal and gold ring dish from The Object Enthusiast
3) Black and white pillow cover from A Handcrafted Home
4) Watercolor birthstone 2015 calendar from Squirrelly Minds Paper
5) Envelope clutch from Made In Rye
6) Farm animals notebook from Clap Clap Design
7) Soy candles from Pommes Frites
8) Photo holder from The Crafted Life Shop
9) Paper gold bowl from Up in the Air Somewhere
10) Concrete planters from Concrete Geometric
Of course, I’m always free to chat about favorites around here, so let me know what you guys like! I’m curious to hear which of these items are calling out to you.
10 comments on “Gift Guide: Handmade Goods”
Oh my goodness, I want EVERYTHING on this gift guide! Thank you so much for sharing my photo holders in such a lovely post <3
You’re so welcome, Rachel!! Love my photo holders <3
I recognize many of these items!! Love them all.
Yea I’ve had some on my wish list for a while, and it’s time to finally get them ;).
Thank you so much Amy!!
You’re welcome, Abbie! Love your shop <3.
LOVE the succulent planters – amazing! And the gold-dipped necklace is gorgeous.
What a fantastic gift guide! I think I may need to purchase that hexagon necklace as a gift to myself. Everything on here is too pretty to actually give away, haha!
Ooh, LOTS of good stuff! Great list…I want everything!!
I feel so very grateful to have my tiny hexagon necklace on your fabulous blog and among so many beautiful objects! And how validating it is see people commenting on something that I made! Amazing! Thank you, Amy!