Curbly Gift Guide: 23 Fine and Fabulous Hand-Crafted Gifts!

By: Capreek Nov 17, 2011

created at: 11/17/2011

If your DIY skills aren't quite up to snuff, but you're still wanting to give handmade gifts to loved ones and friends, you're in luck!  We've rounded up 23 fabulous hand-crafted items from talented artists, craftsmen, and creators across the Internet.  Enjoy!   

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created at: 11/17/2011

1. Wallets and Accessories by Sewlutions

2. Handmade Soap by Revive

3. Wood and Leather Home Goods by Peg and Awl

4. Felt Tech Accessories by Byrd&Belle

5. Ceramic Housewares by Pigeon Toe Ceramics

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6. Favorite Movie Coasters and Magnets by RetroWhale

7. Hand-painted Clothing by Jessalin Beutler

8. Tech Accessories by Ambette

9. Hand-Printed Textiles by NestaHome

10. Prints and Posters by coniLab

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11. Unisex Canvas Bags by ChristyStudio

12. Jewelry and Desktop Organizers by Less & More

13. Ceramic Planters by Fashioned By

14. Printed Textile Notebooks and Card Holders by R&L Goods

15. One-of-a-Kind Cutting and Serving Boards by Red Onion Woodworks

16. Reclaimed Material Jewelry by Acorns & Olyphants

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17. Mobiles by Pukapuka

18. Bags and Purses by Ira Grant

19. Hand-felted Wool Slippers by ekohaus

20. Soft Toys by Sleepy King

21. Mod Bibs by Baby Hobo

22. Stationery and Prints by meeralee

23. Favorite City and Landmark Prints by JHill Design

For this gift guide, we drew from online marketplaces Cargoh, Supermarket, and Etsy.  Each has loads of great handmade goodness, so browse around for more gift ideas!

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Thanks for featuring my business!

www.reviveyourbath.com

Awesome guide! @Corynne - good tip, maybe we'll try that on future gift guides.

Thanks for this round up.  my only wish is that you would have included how much the items are that were featured...

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