|Kitty Egg Beeswax Candles ($18 set of 2)|
|Mod Chair Coaster Set ($10)|
|Little Wobbly Bowl ($15 each, sold individually)|
|Hand Cast Pewter Measuring Spoons ($48)|
Beehive Kitchenware has all sorts of adorable metal kitchenware items that are made in their Massachusetts studio. These are measuring spoons that will last a lifetime. If you have someone on your list who loves to bake, these heart-shaped measuring spoons will make all their dishes a little sweeter.
|Walnut and Maple Cutting Board ($35)|
|Reusable Snack Bag ($6)|
I love the idea of reusable snack bags to minimize the use of plastic baggies. House Jewels makes all sort of reusable snack bags in different fabrics as well as several styles made of unbleached cotton, like the style shown here. They have a Velcro closure and are lined with water resistant nylon. I wonder how much Pirate Booty I can fit in here.
|Indian Spice Kit ($30)|
Spice Spice Baby is based out of Dallas and has all sorts of great spice kits in their Etsy shop. From spices for certain types of cuisines (e.g., Indian, Thai) to sea salts and popcorn toppings. They all come in these pretty little containers which make the gift a feast for they eyes as well as the mouth. Team this up with a cookbook and you have a fantastic, and inspiring, gift.
|Appetizer Platter ($38)|
Mia Sorella make pretty ceramic serving pieces that are hand painted and fired in their Somers, New York studio. The glazes are non-toxic and lead free. Each piece is signed by the artist.
|Foxy Dish Towel ($12)|
Sweet Harvey's Etsy shop is full of sweet screen printed and letter press items. This little fox dish towel caught my eye and I could not resist adding him to the list. This design is hand printed on a 100% cotton heavyweight natural white flour sack towel.
|Juice Tumbers ($15, set of 2)|
|Walnut Wooden Spoon Set ($39)|
Grand Prairie Woodworks has a nice selection of wooden kitchen utensils including spoons, spreaders, spatulas and more. I love the beauty of hand made wooden items and I like the idea of using natural wood when I cook and serve food, instead of plastic.
There you have it. Some of my favorite picks from Etsy that covers Gifts for the Home. Happy shopping and hooray for supporting handmade. Coming up on November 26th, unique and fun gifts for the guys in your life. Check back to see what I have picked out for you!
p.s. Photo credits belong to each of the Esty vendors listed in this post.