great garlands and one of a kind gifts

MadeMary is taking a short break.

Hello! Thanks for stopping by MadeMary. I'm on vacation but will reopen on December 1 with lots of new and exciting items. Please look through the sales listing to see examples of my garlands and other goodies. Hope to see you back here soon!

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MadeMary offrers original felt ball garlands, gifts, hand-knitted accessories, and napkins in wonderful colors and textures, so you can find the perfect way to help you celebrate special days, & everyday days.

All garlands come packaged ready to give as gifts; please let me know if you would like to include a gift card.

Please contact me if you need more garlands than listed, or want a longer version.

I make the garlands myself, one at a time - and hope that you appreciate that I am a hands-on maker, not just a designer of my garlands. I have been selling on Etsy since 2009.

See sashiko scarfs, and remade vintage items at my other shop:

My inspiration and craft sites:

Less active - but still great inspiration at:

International Buyers: Please contact me for more specific shipping costs, or I can simply refund you excess charges.

Holiday Blog and Magazine features:

BUST magazine, December 2012
Good Stuff: Merry and Bright

Fete :

Creative Retailer, December 2011

ReadyMade [Magazine] One of Kind Show and Sale, Dec. 2010

PA residents: 6% tax will be added at checkout.

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My inspiration and craft sites:

And I love this story:

Supplies from Nepal:
My supplies of felt balls and paper from Nepal are purchased either directly from Nepal, or through a variety of intermediary shops. I am happy to support Nepal's economy and its people through purchasing goods from Nepal, and contributing to charities active in Nepal.
Like me, you may have had an idealized view of Nepal -- the majesty of the Himalayas and Mount Everest, the strength of the Sherpa, and the simple and agrarian lifestyle.
However, this small country is dealing with some very harsh realities -- including recovering from civil war, separation of children from their families, lack of infrastructure and effective government, a caste system restricting social and economic opportunities, and, perhaps surprisingly, global warming.

Please see the following sources for more information about this beautiful country and its resilient people:
Little Princes: One Man's Promise to Bring Home the Lost Children of Nepal by Connor
Articles on climate change and its effects on Nepal:

This shop accepts Etsy Gift Cards.