10 great etsy shops you need to know

I’ve been spending a lot of time on Etsy lately, and I have to say, I’m impressed and a bit shocked by how quickly it’s grown and changed. Etsy is rapidly becoming my go-to place for gifts, clothing, home decor and even craft supplies on occasion. As the traffic on the site grows, more designers and artists are setting up full-time shops there, and the quality of goods definitely reflects this trend. So for this week’s post on MyLifeScoop, I wanted to share 10 of my favorite shops; some are old favorites and some are newly discovered, but none of them should be missed. Click here to read the full post, and please let me know which shops are your favorites, so my exploration can continue. Enjoy! — Kate




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I’m on Etsy..it is a bit of a sea of goods and hard to get discovered. As there is no jury system it can get pretty sketchy too. That that is good is often way under priced as the market is so competitive. Thrilled to see Heather Moore of Skinny Laminx on the list. Love her work.

Heather Moore

Thrilled to bits to have been included in this roundup, amongst a bunch of shops that I’m already a huge fan of too. Thanks so much for this – a great way to start the year :)


Thank you so much for the mention! I’m in such great company—love all the shops on the list. I totally agree with Heather—it’s great way to start the year!

Christen Barber

I’m also an Etsy shop owner, and its great to see a great list promoting talented shops! I am still surprised by how many people I meet that still don’t know about Etsy or how it works – all of us sellers appreciate it when people take the time to explain it and of course, buy handmade!


Thank you these are all so original. It can be so difficult to weed out the not so great shops on etsy, so this is a big help.


I’m on Etsy and I’ve found that their community makes it easier to get noticed than if I just had a standalone shop. Love your picks!


Lisa Belt

These are great picks and reflect my own love of etsy. I sell handmade jewelry on Etsy, which is great, but I have come to rely on the site for the best vintage shopping on line!


Always glad to see Etsy mentioned in a favorable light. It truly is a fabulous place to discover handmade and vintage treasures …


I am not only an ETSY seller (obelisk: fine concrete) but ALSO a buyer and this is a great sampling of what’s available on ETSY….


There are so many Etsy shops that I love, here’s the best of the best.
http://www.etsy.com/shop/LukeLampCo – I think I may have found this shop on D*S actually. Gorgeous industrial light fixtures.
http://www.etsy.com/shop/luola – This vintage shop is BY FAR the best I have ever seen at utilizing the Etsy shop format to display her wares beautifully. Be sure to view it organized by “Custom” because she groups things of similar color together and the effect is intoxicating!
http://www.etsy.com/shop/PigeonToeCeramics – You’ve probably seen this one. They’re amazing.
http://www.etsy.com/shop/EidelPrecious – There’s a good chance I will get my engagement ring from this shop. GORGEOUS rings.
http://www.etsy.com/shop/Blushie – I bought some soap from this seller as a gift and truly did not want to give it away. The smell was heavenly! (Especially The Breakfast Bar.)

Jane T

Miles of Light, A Little Hut are my favorites on your list.