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Beth is a former teacher who crafts amazing, whimsical clay pieces and fun pieces of art. From cute little houses to owls and trees her designs are brightly colored and fun. Start your collection today!
Ahoy Friend’s shop includes up-cycled items and vintage finds. You are likely to see hand coiled bowls, baskets and trays and a healthy dose of eclectic and fun home goods. Her designs are well crafted, unique and useful.
Joy Elizabeth has a fun selection of whimsical clay pieces. She has a variety of fun plates, bowls and cups. She also makes lidded jars and some jewelry pieces. Her English Skies collection is just darling.
Brandy started Bella Vita Jewels in 2008 when she was recently graduated and unemployed but discovered she had found her passion. She is currently selling her jewelry and other creations online and in over 20 retail establishments. Her shop is full of hand stamped pendants, charms and bangles. She accepts custom orders.
Christie and Caleb of Roll and Tumble Press create all their prints using a 75-year old hand crank printing press. Each illustration is hand cut into wood and printed using hand mixed inks. Each print truly is a labor of love. In addition to frameable prints they also offer a selection of hand printed door mats.
Your Front Door AR offers a wide variety of beautiful, unique, handmade wreaths swags and wall pockets. The shop has a beautiful selection of items to match all seasons and holidays. You can also find several razorback themed items.
Dillon Chandler creates amazing garden art out of steel. He loves working with steel because he loves its strength, beauty and forgiveness. His shop currently includes a selection of flowers, animals, fish and even a Zombie!
Robert and Suzanne Norman make reclaimed wood furniture in their Eureka Springs shop. They operate a green company, using sustainably-sourced wood and exclusively non-toxic finishes. Each piece is entirely unique and you can contact them for custom orders.
Scratch and Burn contains a great selection of hand crafted wood burned artwork and elegant engraved glass. You can find rustic signs, glassware, jewelry and bowls in Kimberly’s shop.
8:38 Designs creates a variety on unique hand-crafted pieces. You will discover everything from hand stamped pendants to leather goods and chunky wire-wrapped pendants. Leslie will gladly accept custom requests.
Laurie and Erin are sisters who love to hunt out unique and interesting vintage finds. They will take these found objects and repurpose them into something new and useful. Their shop carries and eclectic mix of objects and is constantly changing. This is one shop you will want to check regularly to see what they have in stock.
Sarah Shotts is a storyteller, photographer, filmmaker, and blogger. She offers a changing selection of travel and fine art photography. Sarah is also available for filming and photographing weddings.
I’m sure you’re not surprised that we have such a high level of creativity here in Arkansas. In fact, there are so many talented Arkansans that we couldn’t even come close to including all of them in this list. What’s your favorite Arkansas owned Etsy shop? Tell us in the comments.
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