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Etsy Gets the Thanksgiving Spirit

By Twistie

Yesterday, you may remember, I was bemoaning the dearth of good Thanksgiving craft ideas floating around the web. Well, I did the smart thing after that and headed over to Etsy to see what the talented folks there were up to for Turkey Day, and they did not let me down. Check out a few artists, purchase an item or two, or allow their creativity to spark yours in a completely new direction.

First up, is this festive leaf-shaped confetti by theemae74. Use it to decorate your table, fill a holiday note with an unexpected bonus, or use it in your latest scrapbook. At $1.20 for a minimum of 100 leafs, you can’t go too far wrong.

I’m kind of in love with these pretty soft sculpture white pumpkins by joycemac634. The smaller one is 3″h x 3 1/2″w and the bigger one is 5 1/2″h x 4 3/4″w, and you get both for just $13.00 plus shipping.

I’m not usually much of a wreath person, but I’m sold on this one Made of dried okra and cotton filled in with various dried berries and bits of fresh greenery. The artist is one Lee Swift, who has other gorgeous wreaths for sale.

And last, but far from least, there’s this gorgeous hand coiled basket in batik fabric wrapped over a cotton line by Jan Schwarzer. It’s not every day you can get this much artistic bang for under fifteen bucks!

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