Archive for the ‘Brown’ Category
Who doesn’t love oddities or curiosities? This enamelware pin was the works of artist Katarina who loves al things odd and strange , tag someone who loves these styles ! She’s showing her wares at expos but also has an Etsy storefront! Yesssss, this little brooch is a great gift idea ! Find her Etsy Shop: katarinanavane . . . #oddities #odditiesandcuriosities #odditiesforsale #curiosities ##curiosity #forsaleonetsy #etsyfinds #artistsoninstagram #etsy #etsylove #jewelry #brooch #pin #enamelpins #enamelpin #enamelpinsforsale #enamelart #strangerthings #giftideas #giftsforher #gifts #etsysellersofinstagram #etsyseller
These handmade boots are the cat’s meow, they come from Gipsy Dharma , formerly on Etsy, now having a huge store.
Thigh High Pixie Boots $249.26 Gipsy Dharma Creations
Cast a Spell On Your Feet
Happy Etsy Store: Gipsy Dharma left Etsy. We found out in May 2017 by noticing that they are thriving on their own. Read the original post here:
We just love unique items, and these brown leather Gipsy Dharma boots are a footprint for fashion. Both trendy and hip we love these thigh highs. Unique in style and design these trendy boots are in brown , but come in many colors. Coming out of the UK these unique lace up leather booths would be great for dressing up or down, costumes or fairy festivals, you name it. The sizes are listed in EU as they are made in Europe, but easy conversion to US sizes by using a quick chart. Visit Gipsy Dharma to learn more about these boots.
Various Colors of Browns and Tans are available at Gipsy Dharma
Thigh High Boots at Gipsy Dharma Creations
This post has been updated May 2017 to remove broken links.
AZ Craze Marketplace for Handmade Vintage Supplies
In 2015 I wrote an article about AZ Craze, they were a newer marketplace for listing handmade, vintage and craft supplies. Much like Etsy they keep their fees low. They offer two different plans, a flat $5/month or 5% commission on sales. Nice! One of the reasons Etsy became so big so fast, is their low fees which attracted sellers who were tired of paying big Ebay fees, etc.
Now this website was acquired by Etsy. WOW. This post has been updated.
Etsy is still where it’s at. NICE.
Previously they told me ” Az Craze started as an idea in the summer of 2010 after the founders got tired of paying high prices and fees to sell crafts and other products online. So we set out to create a company that would be able to offer a fair price to all sellers and that would not favor sellers that may be willing/able to pay more to be a “featured” seller.”
Their motto: “No matter how small, EVERY business matters & should get the opportunity to thrive”.
Find out more here AZCraze.com which is now Etsy.com.
Nice. Maybe I should start a marketplace and sell to Etsy?
Find out more: