As promised, here's a round-up of some of the very cool things you people make and sell and would like to share right now, during the holiday shopping frenzy. You are all so clever and creative that we just can't stand it. While self-promotion can be a little weird, we invited you to post links to the stuff you make and sell, and we'll invite you again–if we didn't include you in this post, but you'd like to share your work, post a link here in the comments. And remember–we mean stuff you MAKE! Crafts. Art. Handmade. Homemade. This includes notecards, calendars, etc of your original art. If you make and sell it, we're happy to spread the word!
Janit Calvo makes crazy cool miniature garden stuff and sells it on Etsy. Wow. It's fabulous. I'm in love.
DirtCouture.com is an online marketplace that only sells handmade garden stuff. Seriously. That's amazing. Go check that out right now.
Susan Day and husband Richard Day's butterfly photographs are available on a calendar as well. Lovely stuff!
And Joseph Tychonievich's 2011 garden cartoon calendar? It's here.
Nora Graf makes these amazing mesquite gourds and sells them on Etsy. Wow!
Patricia Jakobi, nature photographer, has cards and notecards here.
Metalwork! Fossil Forge! It's amazing. Outdoor metal garden stuff.
Here's floral photography from Marsanne on Etsy.
Kim, the Sassy Crafter, makes a ton of stuff I want. How could you not love these upcycled accessories?
Susan Morrison makes these fabulous 12 Days of Christmas (If Gardeners Ruled the World) cards and much more at her Zazzle store.
Gorgeous crafty things with vintage botanical lithographs are here.
And last but not least–SOAP! We all need fabulous handmade soap! Whew! That's it, folks! Santa is TIRED OF TYPING! Hope you enjoyed this crafty round-up. Support your friends and neighbors in their efforts to make something real, handmade, recycled, artsy, and unique. Happy holidays!