The creative types, the Renaissance men and women, the artsy-fartsy crowd… We all know them (some of us ARE them)! And while they have a million hobbies and projects on the go, sometimes they can be tricky to shop for. What do you get someone who has everything? The answer (which their spouse/child/parent will just love) is… a new hobby!
In this gift guide, I’ve rounded up my favourite items from Etsy for creative types. The type of people who are always trying something new or who always have a sewing/crafting/woodworking/pottery project on the go.
Oh! And did I mention there’s another GIVEAWAY this week?? Everybody’s favourite thing! But first, my top picks for the artsy-fartsy people on your list.
*This post contains affiliate links. If you click on a link and choose to purchase a product, I will receive a small commission. Any personal or banking information provided to Etsy will not be disclosed to me.*
I’ve always wanted to try needle felting… And now one of YOU, dear readers, will get to try it out and tell me how it goes! Helga, of the Etsy shop fibreartistry, has generous provided one of her everything-you-need-to-get-started needle felting kits to give away to one lucky reader! Thank you so much, Helga! To enter, please click on the GIVEAWAY link at the bottom of this post. When you click the link, you’ll be taken to a Rafflecopter widget that will allow you to enter the draw. Good luck!
This post was made possible in collaboration with fibreartistry. One Needle Felting Starter Kit was offered to Flourish & Knot readers. No other remuneration was accepted. All opinions are my own.
Needle Felting Starter Kit by fibreartistry ($24.63)
Felted Wool Dryer Balls by fibre artistry ($15.39)
I did a brief stint as a knitter. It wasn’t for me, but I know a whole lot of more patient people who would LOVE this knitting bag wristlet! How handy is that??
Knitting Bag Wristlet by OtterburnPQ ($28.50)
Crochet Rope Scarf Kit by Kay’s Crochet Patterns ($20)
This next idea is just really cool: all-natural dyes that can be used on different fabrics or yarns.
Natural Dye Kit by Rosetwist LLC ($29.95)
Stamps and stamp pads make fabulous and non-break-it-by-the-next-morning stocking stuffers for kids and adults alike. I really like these handmade ones!
Handmade Rubber Leaf Stamp by StudioMo ($12)
Gingko Leaf Stamp by Old Island Stamps ($9.75)
And the larger version of a stamp: the patterned roller! DIY mavens, take note.
Flutter Patterned Roller by Rolling Robin ($17.08)
A handmade guitar strap is a beautiful gift for the guitar hero on your list. I love this one in a herringbone print, which would be great for a woman or a man.
Herringbone Guitar Strap by Copperpeace ($98)
What to get the baker on your list who has every decorating tip and cookie sheet known to man? Why, some awesome cookie cutters, of course! You can never have too many William Shakespeare cookie cutters. (Plus, it’s great for any lovers of the Bard’s works!)
William Shakespeare Cookie Cutter by BoeTech ($6.50)
French Plaque Cookie Cutter by One Cake a Day ($6.00)
Beading kits are great options for the young ladies on your list who are hard to shop for. When in doubt, go simple and classic, with a hint of edge.
DIY Silver Bangle Kit by Unkamen Supplies ($10)
Genius idea for the kids (or big kids) on your list who live far away: printable house and play sets! These next items are all digital download (although some are available ready-to-use). Simply purchase the PDF, print it out on cardstock, and assemble! So cool.
Paper Quebec Houses (Digital Download) by LeaTree ($7.69)
Printable Ballerina Stage Set (Digital Download) by Paperdol ($5.60)
Printable Circus Set (Digital Download) by Paperdol ($4)
I hope this gift guide inspires your shopping for the creatively-minded on your holiday list.
And of course, the star of the show… Our fibreartistry GIVEAWAY!!! This giveaway is open to residents of Canada and the US. One winner will be selected to receive a Needle Felting Starter Kit! Thanks again to Helga for sponsoring this giveaway. (For more ideas about what you can make using needle felting, you can check out this post.)
I’ll be back on Thursday with an awesome DIY gift idea and Friday I’ll be joining in on a holiday home tour! It’ll be a busy one, so stay tuned. Until then, have a great week!