Deck the halls with stuff from Etsy

Ready to snazz up your space for the holidays? Local Etsy crafters will hook you up with decorations that are fun, festive… and a little bit different. Before hitting up the mall this holiday season, consider supporting Richmond by buying local.

Right on time, we’re serving up holiday selections from local crafters on Etsy. It’s particularly useful this time of year, but you can use Etsy’s Shop Local tool anytime to zero in on handmade and vintage products located near you. Before hitting up the mall this holiday season, consider supporting Richmond by buying local.

(Note: At the time this list was compiled in mid-November, the featured items were still available. But act quickly –- things get snatched up like THAT! If you miss out on buying something, be sure to check the sellers’ other items available for purchase. Or you can always try contacting him or her about custom items and orders.)

Rudolph from riricreations

White felted wool acorns from CityCrochet (also available in blue)

Dessert pedestal from burlap + blue

Elf antics Christmas cards from Sherri Conley Photography

Santa’s magic key from One Strange Girl

Eco Felt Bird Ornaments from Lova Revolutionary

Snow People Pocket Doll Kit from Connie Lou Fabrics

Vintage Inspired Coaster Set from burlap + blue

Gnome Ornament from Tasha McKelvey

Vintage style sheet music garlands from riricreations

Putz Vintage Style Glitter House and Hand Dyed Bottle Brush Tree from One Strange Girl

(The featured image is the Vintage hymnal book pages wreath from reginacmoore.)

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Tess Shebaylo

Tess Shebaylo is a freelance writer, crafter, history geek, and compulsive organizer. She works at Tumblr and lives in Church Hill with her daughter, Morella.

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