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Wouldn’t you love to be able to purchase all your Christmas gifts this year directly from the people who have made them by hand? And know that your money is going to hard-working and creative individuals rather than huge corporations?  Click on these ladies’ names to read their feature posts with all the important details!

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Kathryn makes fabulous personalized Christmas cards that include family pictures and letters.  Here’s an example of her work:
  You can contact Kathryn directly with orders or questions: kathrynwdesign{at}gmail{dot}com

 

Hilary  makes and sells soap that is as much art as soap at A Slice of Delight. Here’s just one of her many soaps:

This is “Ancient Sedona” – a men’s soap scented with green notes of Mandarin Leaf and Orange Blossom. Moves to Floral, Bulgarian Rose and Vetiver. Ends with sensual notes of Sandalwood, Bourbon Vanilla, Amber, Labdanum and Tonka Bean.   Who knew soap could be sexy?? ($6.00)

Check out the ever-changing selection in her Etsy shop, A Slice of Delight!  You can also follow her on Twitter and Facebook.  Just don’t blame me when you walk around sniffing your arms all day because you smell so wonderful!

 

Rhissanna makes delicate, beautiful paper clay dolls.  Here is Ella, a doll dressed in red and green silk who would be the perfect tree topper!

 

Check out her Etsy shop, where she’s offering Ella at a discounted price for Christmas with free shipping :)

Suzanne knits scarves that are unlike any I’ve ever seen.  Just looking at them makes me happy!

Right now you can contact Suzanne at suzstarbuck(at)gmail(dot)com or visit her Etsy shop.

 

Autumn  makes felted wool works of art.  This mother and child just radiates love:

Her website, HeartFeltWool,  showcases her work perfectly.

Kerri makes all sorts of jewelry. Some delicate, some bold, but all of it lovely and reasonably priced.

Her Facebook page is the best way to find her.

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Jan November 6, 2012 at 3:30 pm

Greetings Jammie Girl! This is a cool idea! I make one of a kind polymer clay and paper mache art dolls and tuffets. I also make ornaments and wreathes. Actually I make anything I have the urge to make! Blessings, Jan

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Angie November 6, 2012 at 6:37 pm

Tuffets? I’m intrigued. . .

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