With its adorable take on classic characters, Relentlessly Cheerful Art is definitely the right name for this Etsy shop! James Hance’s Wookiee the Chew Christmas Bundle would make a unique gift for the Star Wars fan in your life. Included in this pack are 4 super cute, wooden Wookiee the Chew ornaments, a hand drawn print, and a fully dramatized audio book CD of “Wookiee The Chew. The House At Chew Corner.”
How cute is this teensy weensy gingerbread house!? Sculpted by hand and then mounted on a ring, this sweet accessory is fun way to show your Christmas spirit. Whether you wear it to the office or sport it at a holiday party, I’m sure you’ll get lots of compliments.
Whether most of your holiday decorations are music-related [like at the Opryland Resort] or you simply love charming illustrations, this wooden fox & guitar ornament would make a sweet addition to your Christmas tree. This handmade ornament features an original illustration stamped onto a wood slice with archival sepia ink. For more cute critters to trim your tree, check out the hipster deer and woodsy bear.
Earlier this year, I learned how to make a himmeli mobile using cocktail straws and thread. Since my discovery of this traditional Finnish decoration, I now see himmelis everywhere! It is most common to see a himmeli in the form of a mobile, so you can imagine my surprise and delight when I found this himmeli Christmas tree topper! Made with copper pipe and copper wire, this tree topper has a very modern and minimalist feel to it. If you’re really loving this tree topper, you might also be interested in a matching himmeli wreath.
Designed with world travellers in mind, this hidden pocket infinity scarf is perfect for discreetly storing your passport, credit cards, mobile phone, and other small items. Your valuables stay concealed in the scarf’s secret 8-inch zipper pocket, and your neck stays nice and warm. With fun, one-of-a-kind patterns such as Candy Cane [shown below], Do You Suppose She’s a Wildflower, and Tweedle Dee, you’ll want to wear this scarf all winter long—whether or not you’re travelling.
A lot of silver and gold holiday items have been catching my eye this holiday season, so it’s no wonder why I stopped in my tracks when I saw this lovely gold magnolia leaf wreath. This stunning wreath is handmade in Charlotte, NC, where the maker collects and preserves the leaves prior to painting them. Amazing, right? I love crafting and making things by hand, but this is a whole other level of awesome!
Maybe it’s because of the sugary deals we highlighted earlier today for Cyber Monday, but I’ve had sweet treats on the brain all day. So when perusing Etsy this afternoon, of course this pair of twee donut earrings caught my eye. Handmade using polymer clay, these kawaii earrings feature festive sprinkles and tiny sprigs of holy. These would add a merry dash of sugar to any outfit!
I love, love, LOVE felted elf booties—they make my heart leap with joy whenever I find a beautiful pair. These little baby booties are absolutely perfect for anyone who is welcoming (or has recently welcomed) a new addition to their family. Use them in a holiday photo shoot or add them to baby’s Christmas outfit.
From the snow to the Christmas markets to the warming gløgg, Scandinavia is incredibly lovely during the holidays. I have a penchant for Scandinavian Christmas decorations, so this julehjerter [woven hearts] enamel pin caught my eye. This sweet pin would be a subtle, festive addition to any outfit. [Psst… If you want to make your own julehjerter ornament, check out these instructions in the Craft Cottage.]
Do you know someone who has an affinity for foxes? I’m sure they’ll be quite pleased to receive a pair of these fox gloves for Christmas. Half of the design is hand-sewn onto each glove, so whenever the recipient cups their hands together, they’ll see the fox’s face. Not only are these gloves adorable, but they’re practical, too. The gloves themselves are a wool blend, so they’ll keep hands cozy on chilly days! (Note: This Etsy seller ships express, so you’re sure to get the gloves by Christmas.)