|| Oddities || Ephemera || Found Object || Salvage ||

740 Sales


|| Oddities || Ephemera || Found Object || Salvage ||

740 Sales On Etsy since 2011

5 out of 5 stars (294)

Announcement   "The March Hare will be much the most interesting, and perhaps as this is April it won't be raving mad ~ at least not so mad as it was in March."


Last updated on Apr 2, 2018

"The March Hare will be much the most interesting, and perhaps as this is April it won't be raving mad ~ at least not so mad as it was in March."

KJ Henderson

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Everything should be pretty. Everything should have a story.

Peruse my Shoppe and one will note that "March Hare" is a euphemism, moreover a subtle and polite metaphor for my often excitable and unpredictable behavior. My penchant for oddities and curiosities in forms that are rusty, broken and macabre often frighten others. You're brave.

Hideous taxation and burdensome regulation have formed an intricate web of vile red tape standing in the way of most budding entrepreneurs. Alas, there was Etsy. The sublime medium for just us. The under the radar, for just the time being, kind of castle for those of running from commercialization.

Ever since I can remember, my creations and interior designs have left others inspired. The antiquities I sell decorate my home until they are yours. Their void is soon replaced by items I salvage on unique expeditions. The artful accessories I make with found trinkets and baubles bedeck my dress forms just beckoning a new bodice to show the world. My ephemera await you to tell your own story.

As for me, I am a nerdy accountant. A single mother of a little son who is my sun. A Libertarian. An aspiring vegan. A safe haven for lost animals.

Always behave in an excitable and unpredictable manner.

The March Hare

Shop members

  • Kerri Henderson

    Owner, Artist/Purveyor

    By trade I am an accountant. By soul I am an artist. May you find as much excitement in my work and finds as I do.

Shop policies

Last updated on January 9, 2013
Welcome to March Hare Made. We behave in an excitable and unpredicable manner and hope you do too.

Everything should be pretty.

Everything should tell a story.

Accepted payment methods

Paypal Visa Mastercard American Express Discover Giftcard
Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
At March Hare Made, quality is of utmost importance to us. Refunds are determined on a case by case base and dependent on our shop sections. Please refer to "Additional Information" as noted below.

As good stewards of the earth, packing material is often reused or recycled material.
At March Hare Made we accept credit cards and Etsy gift cards, as well as Pay Pal.

At this time, we do not collect sales taxes due to our lack of nexus in accordance with applicable state laws; however, we recommend buyers comply with state laws as it pertains to use taxes herein.
At March Hare Made our predominant venue for shipping is the United States Postal Service (USPS); however for inordinately large or peculiar shaped packages we have been known to utilize United Parcel Service (UPS). Based on experience, all parcels will contain a delivery confimation for our protection and ease of tracking and expected delivery. In the case of fragile items, insurance is mandated. Often, we include insurance to ensure the USPS does not mishandle our items. Shipping is estimated and shipping overages greater than $2.00 will be refunded.

Shipping will occur within one to three days of purchase. Items that are customed ordered may take longer and details should be discussed with shop owners prior to purchase.
Additional policies and FAQs
***Jewelry Handmade***

Our jewelry, more often than not, is made from found objects and upcyled. It is usually highly distressed using chemical agents such as Liver of Sulphur, Etchant Solution, E6000 and/or Rub n' Buff. While we have a penchant for rusty, corroded, and peeling objects, we strive to create a durable product made with multiple reinforcements (e.g. two jump rings, etc). If you have a problem with the quality of our handmade jewelry, please do not hestitate to contact our shop.


Our paper ephemera is cut from quality cardstock, dyed in a variety of teas, and stamped with quality inks. More often than not, our tags are affixed with an eyelet for added durability. Ribbon is muslin, dyed in teas and colored and stamped with high quality dyes or inks, respectively. Botanicals are ordinarily from our yard and pressed. We strive for perfection and stand behind our work; hence, if there is an issue with quality, please do not hesitate to contact our shop.

***Altered/Upcycled Art***
These are soul-stemming creations often based on literature. Items are usually repurposed or upcycled but not without quality. Questions or clarifiations should be posed to our shop without hesitation.

***Vintage/Found Object***

We are novices with regard to antiques and vintage items. We purchase these items out of sheer love and enjoyment of the hunt while participating in auctions, estate sales, flea markets and the occassional garage sale. Items are reviewed for quality and/or flaws and disclosed as there is no attempt to mislead customers. Items are researched as thoroughly as possible and we absolutely welcome comments or corrections with our stated findings (e.g. we listed something as carnival glass and something as a composition doll incorrectly). Should you have questions with our findings, please contact us ahead of time for further clarification. Our true passion of architectural salvage is what it is. Items are often cast off and repurposed by us.