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A Few of My Favorite Things... from the Etsy Shops

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Book snowman, image courtesy of the Etsy shop, RootToVine.

By Lisa Brunette

If you're like me, you've been checking out of the whole black-Friday-mad-rush thing since waaaay before COVID. While I do like to make sure I buy local from independent retailers, and I'm lucky enough to have a whole quaint downtown suite of them within walking distance, on the day after Thanksgiving, I do all of my shopping online, at home in my jammies.

Here at Brunette Gardens, we're always on the lookout for items that mesh with our values: vintage, handmade, independent, eco-friendly, high-quality, made to last. With these criteria in mind, I offer you access to my carefully curated Collections on Etsy. I feel a bit, um, exposed showing you the "stuff I like," but maybe you'll find something here to like, too!

Wire birds

 

  1. Holiday Collection - That cute little book snowman from the photo above can be found here, along with handmade felted garland, retro Santa trivets, bubble light night lights, and more.
  2. Kitchen Collection - Since a lot of us will be spending more time in the kitchen this season, here's a source for things that might make your work easier. You might also remember that cook on your holiday gift list.
  3. Home Decor - As we sadly bid the garden adieu for the winter, our attention turns indoors. That doesn't have to mean leaving the plants - or a sense of cozy warmth - behind. 

 

Acorn ornaments

 

It's not that I spend all my time perusing Etsy... But I do have a few other Collections that might be of use to you, especially if you're looking for gifts for gardeners or cats!

 

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And please don't limit yourself to my favorite things. The fabulous folks at Etsy have curated a whole holiday shop; check it out!

Brunette Gardens is an Etsy affiliate. We might earn a commission, at no extra cost to you, if you purchase using the above links. 

 

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