Stitching Up Stocking Stuffers

Hey, did you guys know that I have an etsy shop?  I do!  I’ve been cooking up a couple of little handmade stocking stuffers for the holidays.  There is still time to get them before Christmas, if you’re interested.

Wool Mistletoe

Felted wool mistletoe (not poisonous!), a reversible coffee cozie…

Birds & Butterflies Coffe Cozie

And, some reusable cloth food bags (two in a set), perfect for bulk items at the store.  These hold about 2 quarts each.

Bulk Food Bags

Have you been making any gifts for Christmas?

Do you have a shop on etsy?  Please share your shop in the comments!

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9 thoughts on “Stitching Up Stocking Stuffers

  1. I really like the cozie, do you think it will work with a mason jar? I am thinking maybe some kind of adhesive that grabs the glass might help.

  2. YAY! Congrats on the Etsy shop – I’m going to have to go add you to my favorites! I’ve been offline for a while due to a move so this is SUPER exciting news. :D

    I don’t have a shop on Etsy, but if it’s okay, here are some of my personal favorites I am proud to recommend:
    Green Mountain Spinning Wheels (lovely fiber, handknits & woodworking – we “heart” their portable tic tac toe board and drop spindle package) http://www.etsy.com/shop/greenmountainspinnin

    Armadillo Dreams (delightful wooden toys – my kids picked sets for each other for Christmas & they were even willing to customize the colors for my daughter’s gift to my son’s request!) http://www.etsy.com/shop/ArmadilloDreams

    Mama K’s (100% natural, gluten free play clay – we found Mama K at the Mother Earth News Fair 2 years back and we LOVE this clay. My kids don’t know it yet, but their stocking stuffers are new tubes of Mama K’s) http://www.etsy.com/shop/MamaKs

  3. Oo, I love the food bags! We (finally!) have a grocery store in walking distance– with a bulk section, even– but it kills me to use their plastic bags. I brought my empty mason jars once (and even remembered to keep out one so the checker could tare the scale… FAIL. She had no idea what I was talking about) but there’s only so many mason jars I can carry up my hill. Genius, Anisa!

  4. The mistletoe is super cute! What a great idea! I just started a little etsy shop, too– handmade dolls and doll clothes and such:

    http://www.etsy.com/shop/MilkPailCrafts
    :)

  5. That felted mistletoe is adorable. :)

  6. Cynthia in Denver

    Loooove it! Especially the mistletoe!!! Where do you find the time and energy!?!

  7. Nice Christmas felt! I have my shop open now – http://etsy.com/shop/RocksAndLogs

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