March 27th, 2011 | Weekly Etsy Picks – The Local Seller Edition

This week’s etsy picks are done a little differently. I wanted to focus on some of the amazing local sellers around me. I focused on two areas, Peterborough and Durham Region.

I lived in and went to school in Peterborough. My heart is still in this town, it’s full of wonderful creative people and amazing local stores, restaurants and bars. Whitby/Durham region is my home town.

Some of these sellers are bloggers as well, so I have included links to both their blogs and Etsy stores. Who are your favourite local Etsy sellers?

1. Tea & Chickadees / The Vintage Apartment – Peterborough, On

2. My Girl ThursdayEtsy store – Peterborough, On

3. Jolly Polly Pickins – Oshawa, On

4. Nancy Wallis / Nancy Wallis Designs – Whitby, On

5. Hypho – Peterborough, On


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  • http://www.f4fab.blogspot.com fenny setiawan

    I love this post Kait. I love digging and shop at ETSY. With this post, it give me idea about the good stuffs that I would like to search more. Thanks hon!

  • http://www.teachickadees.com caren

    I love how all these local Etsians have colour-filled shops!
    Such prettiness laid out before us :)
    Thanks oodles & caboodles for including The Vintage Apartment (and putting me beside My Girl Thursday, whose shop is so purty)!

  • http://embeecav.blogspot.com Mary Beth

    Dangerous. I haven’t even picked paint colours for my house yet and i’m already shopping for the accessories. Love that this is all local stuff!

  • http://www.gingerurchin.blogspot.com Beka

    *hehe* I like your local feature – such a nice way to get to know an area :)

  • http://bnazar.etsy.com Brigitte

    Great choices! I love Nancy Wallis Designs:)

  • http://beyondthedogdish.com Miss Kodee

    Good Grief. Your encouraging a shopping obsession to rise from the dead I buried years ago