StyleThriveHandmade

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Announcement    Local Philadelphians can now shop my collection in person at the Philadelphia Museum of Art! Visit the American Gallery Shop to check out StyleThrive journals and other locally handmade finds.

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Last updated on Jun 27, 2022

Local Philadelphians can now shop my collection in person at the Philadelphia Museum of Art! Visit the American Gallery Shop to check out StyleThrive journals and other locally handmade finds.

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About StyleThriveHandmade

Sales 257
On Etsy since 2016

Handmade Charitable Goods from Sustainably Sourced Materials

The goal of StyleThriveHandmade is to promote conscious shopping with high-quality handmade products sourced from recycled and scrap materials. I'm here because I love the Etsy community and want to change the world in whatever small ways I can.

The "Change Trifecta"

The StyleThrive HFC Etsy shop runs a bit differently than most, with a dual focus on both the consumer and the greater good. In addition to bringing joy to shoppers, my items fulfill the StyleThrive "Change Trifecta," which is to:

1.) Reduce landfill waste by using consciously-sourced scrap materials
2.) Support small-batch artisanship and preserve handmade crafting disciplines
3.) Give 10% back to high-impact global charities (see below for list)

The StyleThrive Story

The seed for this project began as an Etsy/handmade appreciation blog in 2015 (StyleThrive.com). After some time spent adoring other makers' handmade goods, I decided that I wanted to join the ranks of the Etsy community as a seller, but with a charitable twist.

StyleThrive HFC has since grown into a small handmade product line that gives 10% of all sales to a number of handpicked charities, including The Malala Fund, Feeding America, PSPCA, Sweaters and Sustenance, Charity: Water, and First Book.

Follow StyleThrive here:
https://www.instagram.com/stylethrivehandmade/
https://www.facebook.com/StyleThrive/
https://www.pinterest.com/StyleThrive/

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  • Emily Stokes

    Owner, Curator

    Emily Stokes is a sustainable maker living in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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Last updated on May 11, 2022
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Free local pickup in the Philadelphia area

If you live in the greater Philadelphia area and would like to save a few dollars on shipping, contact me to arrange pickup and refund on your shipping fees. This option is good for the planet too!