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Handmade Holiday Gift Guide: For the Home


For the home. Part 1
Top (l-r): A yarn bowl from Kyle Smith Pottery? Yes, please! Blogging and Crafting buddy, Jordan had a fun story about Kyle, “My friend Caroline built a “registry” with him for her wedding last spring and he designed a special set of everyday wear just for her. It was amazing and made for a great way to support a local artist while purchasing a gift the bride and groom actually wanted and could use.” This painting from Dylandashcomma?is perfect for any Star Wars lover. Use this basket from weaver Clay Burnette to store your odds and ends, fruit, yarn, etc. Leslie of Off the Map??uses original maps in her prints.

Middle (l-r):?This linoleum print from Sunny Mullarkey makes me want to keep practicing yoga.This glass orb with an air plant from Oriskany Glass Studio? Want. All of http://braddparton.comBradd Parton’s drawings are created using all 26 letters of the alphabet. Fun! If the birds are coming into your yard, they might as well have the coolest house on the block. Check out Mike Merritt.

Bottom (l-r): PotentQuotes?prints can be instantly download. Pay once and use as many times as you please. They are running a few specials for the holiday.?Friday- 50% off BLKFRIDAY,?Saturday- 30% ?SBSAT,?Monday- 20% CYBRMON. Artbasgo creates gorgeous pieces by using gourds. This pepper mill?by No 1 Alike is a work of art and also functional. Fill yourcouches with these art pillows from Jellykoe.

Living in Columbia, South Carolina and using this blog as my space to share a little insight into my life in what I'm making on the sewing machine, knitting needles, crochet hooks, in the kitchen, and elsewhere.

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