A can-do attitude and a thriving entrepreneurial scene energizes the growing community of Etsy sellers in Israel. Read on to learn more.
“I always want my bride to look back on her day with nostalgia and warmth.” – Debbie Bailie-Collins
Some Etsy sellers have out-of-this-world sources of inspiration…literally. Click through for an eclectic collection of galactic goods.
“In every city, I scour the streets and alleyways, looking for my next inspiration.” – Carter
Blah weather got you down? Take a virtual vacation through a covetable collection of items united by vibrant colors and punchy prints.
“I don’t make any compromises in what I think fashion can be.” – Joanna
Cherished snapshots become a one-of-a-kind case with this clever project from the team at Spoonflower.
“Oh, Albatross become what it is out of love and curiosity, not a calculated catering to current trends.” – Regina
“As I got older and moved into flats and houses I had to furnish myself, I became more and more interested in vintage housewares.” – Yvonne
“My business serves to knit things together — figuratively and literally.” – Meg
“My designs are very bohemian and feminine, with no puff!” – Kelsey
“My first creation was a purple lip balm I called Ursula, after a very memorable character from One Hundred Years of Solitude.” – Shareta
“We want to help end a cycle of consumerism that wastes money on lower quality, disposable furniture.” – Michele
Soothe chapped lips year-round with a silky, scented balm that’s made using natural ingredients and an upcycled container.
“I’m a very restless maker: I love working on new projects, new designs, new anything for my shop.” – Nicola