87% of Etsy sellers are women.
That's according to our 2017 Seller Census. So we’re proud to support female-run businesses for Women’s History Month. And every month.
We're celebrating all things womanmade.
“Growing up in this society, there’s so much negativity out there for girls. I wanted to give them some inspiration. I asked myself, ‘What would I want someone to tell me in the morning when I’m washing my face?’ I want something that tells me I’m amazing. That’s what I want to hear, and that’s what young girls should hear!”
Zandra Cunningham of Zandra CunninghamShop Zandra Beauty
The Job Creator
“I have nine people on payroll and a handful of temp workers. As a business owner, you learn fast that you are nothing without other people who get it and want to be in it with you. I could not do this without my amazing team. They keep me going and I am deeply appreciative of each and every one of them.”
Erin Flett of Erin FlettShop Erin Flett
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“We like to think of ourselves as more than just another jewelry store; we’re a business dedicated to making new memories, while honoring the history and beauty of the past. The most rewarding thing is that we’re giving these pieces a chance to have another lifetime with someone who’ll care about them.”
Laura Mae and Amanda Jean Hornberger of Laura Mae and Amanda Jean HornbergerShop Maejean Vintage
The Fearless Explorer
“I’ve been lucky enough to live in many different countries. Each one has had a lesson to teach me, and allowed me to appreciate art from a different perspective. Running this business has brought immense freedom to my life. I am free to create whatever I want, I am free to travel, and I am free to decide what my next move is.”
Ingrid Sanchez of Ingrid SanchezShop Creative Ingrid
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The Role Model Redefiner
“I want my children to grow up with a sense of confidence and self-worth, learning to appreciate what makes them different. Girls aren’t just cute and sweet—they’re curious, strong, and active. I like to think that my dolls remind children that they can be anything they want to be.”
Emese Dömösi of Emese DömösiShop La Loba Studio
The Inclusivity Crusader
“We don’t buy clothes just to cover up; we use fashion to elevate our spirit, show our personality, and emphasize our uniqueness. It's important for me to design clothes for all women and all body types. We all want to look our best and be comfortable.”
Viki Tiamat of Viki TiamatShop PettiBear