That’s my motto for this holiday season. I know that sounds somewhat contradictory. What I mean by it is that I’d like to buy less “stuff” and focus on getting each person something that speaks to them, connects with their lifestyle and that will be treasured for a long time to come. And there is no better place to look for this kind of story-telling products than on Etsy, where you can find a vast array of handmade and vintage goods by talented artists.
In the spirit of today being Small Business Saturday, I’ve curated a small selection of gift ideas for you to consider! Just click on the image to read more details.
For the sleepyhead (Clare Elsaesser print, $20)
For those with a love/hate relationship with plants (Waterstone Succulents sculpture, $40)
For those who can’t stand the cold (Gift Shop Brooklyn cozy wrap, $48)
For the hostess with the mostest (up in the air somewhere tray, $108)
For the book lover who spends many hours on the couch (YearnforYarn, $130)
For the ailurophile (Bitchknits holiday costume, $20)
For the cutie pie (Homako hair clips, $22)
For the world traveler (Vintage Child Shop leather backpack, $104)
For the photography enthusiast (Gallivanting Girls vintage polaroid, $65)
For the fashionista or francophile (Garance Dore Les Femmes calendar, $26)
For the optimist (Kerrie Yeung Jewelry positive bangle, $129)