Have you discovered Etsy yet? It’s this great website that is full of individually owned little “shops,” all online. You can find homemade items, vintage items, and craft supplies.
Many fellow homesteaders supplement their income with homesteading Etsy shops. I myself one too, although I admit there’s only one item in it at the moment. (Hand-knit to-go coffee cup cozy, anyone? Click HERE to see it.) I thought I’d share some of my favorite shops with you!
This great little shop offers “Old Fashioned Natural Sundries N’ Herbal Products.”
Coop Herbal Salve N’ Soap
“CoopHerbalSalveNSoap was born as a natural evolution of a very down to Earth relationship between two Grandmothers, Debbie and Lawana, who both desire to serve the Lord Jesus Christ and to bring blessings to our families and the struggling rural community in which we live. The name is a play on words inspired by the renovation of a physical chicken coop to be used as a co-op for our products and as a gathering and market place for our friends and neighbors.”
Click HERE to visit Coop Herbal Salve N’ Soap.
Timber Creek Farm
“Welcome to Timber Creek Farm. This is the first public offering of our homegrown wool and handmade yarn. For more information on our practices, we invite you to visit us at http://timbercreekfarmer.com. We are a sustainable homestead farm where the animals are lovingly cared for, by our family. “
Click HERE to visit Timber Creek Farm.
“Acorn Hill Handcrafts is inspired by our connection to the forest and prairie surrounding our NE Missouri homestead. We work with a variety of natural materials to offer items of function and beauty.”
Acorn Hill Handcrafts
Acorn Hill has the most beautiful handcrafted wood crafts, including cutting boards, servers, and watercolor holders.
Click HERE to visit Acorn Hill Handcrafts.
Halfway Oak Farm
“Halfway Oak Farm and Soap strives to use the best ingredients and materials to make the best possible soaps for our customers and for ourselves. We make soaps in small batches on a regular basis so there is always something new, and the soaps are always fresh and fragrant – nothing stale or near expiration will ever be sent to customers.”
Click HERE to visit Halfway Oak Farm.
“At Free Range Farm we offer a herbal salves and lip balms in a variety of flavors, as well as farm products such as fiber, dried herbs, and other handcrafted farm items.”
Free Range Farm
Click HERE to visit Free Range Farm.
Montana Solar Creations
“Everything we create is offset by an array of solar panels on our roof. We are currently moving and do not have solar panels installed at our new home yet. Therefore our made to order items will temporarily not be made with solar power. Read more about our new homestead and stay updated on our solar panel installation project on our blog www.montanasolarcreations.com.”
Click HERE to visit Montana Solar Creation.
“We love creating unique gift items and accessories designed especially for homesteaders, farmers, and gardeners like ourselves. In our farm workshop, we can also customize items with individual names, your farm logo, family photos, even children’s artwork.”
Click HERE to visit Homesteader Gifts.
“Handmade goods, photography + design for the homestead.”
Click HERE to visit the Fewell Homestead.
Chicken Lips Farm (Gotta love the name!)
“Quilts, and other goodies, from the mountains of West Virginia.
I love to sew and have done so most of my life. I machine and hand piece and now I do my own quilting on my own long arm quilting machine. So much fun and such satisfaction in completing the process from beginning to end.”
Click HERE to visit the Chicken Lips Farm.
“SUPPORT AN ITTY BITTY USA FARM & SANCTUARY!”
Misfit Critter Farm
Beautiful raw organic Alpaca fiber.
Click HERE to visit the Misfit Critter Farm.
Do YOU have a shop on Etsy? Share in the comments below!