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Friday, 13 November 2020


It’s so easy to get lost on Etsy, within minutes of browsing through Etsy Homeware I am aching to transform an entire property. It’s the haven of all things you’d find on pinterest, giving you all the tools needed to create the cosy cottagecore world you’ve dreamt of. Whatever your style and personal preference, I’m sure you’d find it on etsy somewhere. I’ve decided to collate what I think could be the perfect Christmas gifts, or objects that can just begin the next lockdown activity of redecorating your entire house.

 Disclaimer: All prices are from the shops at the time of posting. All photos are taken directly from shop socials or actual product listings.

Sewmanynudess- £20 embroidery

An Instagram I recently came across that shows the beauty in the body and how we can use art to boost confidence and body positivity. The creations are beautiful, each stitch tells a story of the person they depict, working to empower anyone and demonstrate the beauty of the body. Each work is commissioned and a one off for the order, meaning at £20 you can own a bespoke one of a kind piece of art. Sew Many Nudes is about celebrating the body and building confidence so you don’t even need to be nude for the work, just wanting a stunning piece of embroidery from AmyLeigh.


At the start of the year, before Covid and lockdowns, or in other words a lifetime ago, I went to the Peddlar market in Sheffield. There we came across Kate’s stall showcasing an array of her hand-painted space creations. From wall hangings to jewellery dishes, I struggled to just pick one item from her shop with how detailed and colourful every piece is, so I’ve cheated a little and chosen two. The seashell jewellery dish is a perfectly unique piece that would look at home on any vanity, the star map a classic design for any avid astronomer! What’s more, it’s made from an upcycled shell too so a great eco purchase. Aurora Borealis painting too is a quirky find with its canvas being a repurposed tree stump, giving a certain rustic quality to the gorgeous piece. With so much more to offer than these two pieces, I urge you to have a look at Kate’s work since it is the perfect gift for any space lover.

 Aurora Borealis- £22
Jewellery dish- £17

Upcycled Beer can-dle

The perfect gift for any beer lover, male or female. When I cam across this listing on etsy, I thought it was a fantastic use of old beer cans especially since I know Brewdog is a favourite of many people. Using entirely vegan products, this is also the perfect candle for anyone wanting to buy not only local, but eco-friendly this year since the production of every candle is zero-waste. From using recycled packaging to obviously repurposing the can, Graham’s shop really embodies the reuse of the reduce, reuse, recycle mantra.

Brewdog candle- £8.99


Little wooden house with washing line


Okay, I am obsessed with this tiny house and will just say I think it’s one of the best things I have ever seen on etsy. Made from recycled materials, you can be reassured the rustic piece has a humble home, making any cottagecore dream décor of yours a reality. The added touch of the washing line made from nails and recycled fabric really makes this product in my opinion, especially to brighten the neutral tones in the rest of the piece. This is a great gift for the new homeowner especially, but one I would say many wouldn’t be sad to see under the tree.

House with a washing line-£12


Naturally dried flowers in miniature glass bottles

These delightful little bottles are a gift suitable for any occasion, not just Christmas. The flowers are perfect as a little decorative touch to your home, but the colours of the flowers have soothing tones in times of comfort. The simple design is an elegant piece that looks beautiful on display in any room, and made to order you can be sure this is the perfect thoughtful gift.

 Naturally dried floral trio-£10

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