And here it is, the final installment of my Christmas Gift Guide featuring the wonders and delights of beautiful handmade and handcrafted Irish Etsy Stores. I have really enjoyed pulling together these three lists for you and I hope you have found something new, something unique and something beautiful that you haven’t been able to find elsewhere. The best thing about Etsy stores is that you know the items have been made with thought, with care and with love. It’s like going to a Christmas Craft Fair without having to drudge around with the crowds 🙂 Take a peek inside and see what delights I have found for you.
Finally! I have been waiting and waiting and waiting to publish my Christmas Gift Guide Series. I am a huge lover of Christmas. As soon as November 1st hits, I’m bursting with the Christmas Spirit. Before A, I would have my entire Christmas shopping finished by the end of August. These days, with A’s birthday in October, I’m still Christmas shopping coming into November and December but I love it. I like to go all out (as much as finances allow!) with presents, food and yummy nibbles. For us, Christmas is all about family and celebration. It’s the one time of year when we’re all wrapped up together in the Christmas Spirit of warmth and love for two full weeks. With a little bundle on the way now, this is our last Christmas as a family of three, and we are going to make it extra special for that reason.
Delve into my special Christmas Gift Guide Series, which happily hosts online Irish based Etsy stores that make beautiful, unique and handrafted items, ideal for Christmas.
You may remember that B and I have a certain style when it comes to our bits and bobs that are mingled around our house. We’re collectors and over our twelve years of living together we’ve managed to gather some cute and quirky bits that simply say “us”. Annnnndd then along comes the offspring and I don’t mean the band. A is probably the best thing we’ve picked up over the years and is the best addition to our house! She’s also the most expensive item we own (I know we don’t own her. Don’t worry about pointing out how completely politically incorrect it is to say that). In the last few years, with a beautiful new mouth to feed, moving house and paying bill after bill, we’ve had little chance to add to our collection. I miss shopping for quirks and oddities. I miss picking up an awesome find in a random shop in some back street of Dublin. I lost the shopping gene when A came along and resorted to spending my time and money in Boots on soothers and beaker after beaker after beaker. Until last week. Oh last week I was a happy giddy Momma Bear. Enter Kopper Kreation!