|Neck Cozy ($18)|
|Silver + Gemstone Necklace ($54)|
Jennifer Casady makes lovely necklaces and other items, with a primary focus on silver and gem stones. There are several necklaces available in a similar style to the one I have shown, with different prints embossed in the silver and with different color stones.
|Zipper Pouch ($12)|
|Gourmet Green Tea Cake Pops ($35/dozen)|
|Soft Crochet Slippers ($20)|
|Personalized Letterpress Cards ($34 for 20)|
|Pearl + Oxidized Silver Earrings ($14)|
|Letterpress 2012 Calendar ($25)|
|Body Scrub ($12)|
|Recycled Sail Tote ($75)|
You have to love it when creative people can take a used item and turn it into something else. Brooklyn-based Reiter8 makes bags and totes out of used sails. They often feature a fun number or stripe that was part of the sail design. This bag is lined with organic cotton canvas with sturdy webbing strap. Other styles and color options are available. Hooray for upcycled wares.
There you have it. Some of my favorite picks from Etsy that covers Gifts for Her. Check out my previous post on Gifts for the Home and Gifts for Him. Happy shopping and hooray for supporting handmade. Coming up on November 28th, unique and fun gifts for the travelers and map geeks in your life. Yes, this is a big nod to my geographer roots. Check back to see what I have picked out for you!
Note: Photo credits belong to each of the Esty vendors listed in this post.