Sunday, July 12, 2009

The Heart in Art on Etsy: Creative Giving

Handpicked on Etsy
Today's 'potpourri' showcase is about beauty emanating from hand and heart. These Etsy artists are but a few among many who combine their artistic skills with the spirit of giving to benefit those in need, donating all or part of their proceeds to worthy causes from cancer or autism research to child or animal welfare. Browsing Etsy's search pages, I was inspired by generous artisans working in a broad range of media and styles, working independently or in teams to raise funds for charity. Please click on the pictures to visit these Etsy stores and learn more. Prices range from $4.00 to $200.00. From upper left to bottom right, today's Etsy sellers include: HandmadeHelp, ApacheMoon, sophiapip, brooksearthfarm, HandmadeHelp, EtsyForCharity, slumptown, EtsyForCharity, artbysas, HOST


UniqueGrabs said...

Thanks for featuring EtsyForCharity Autumn Leaves Felted Coaster Set which is donated by . This is the first time I have heard of this blog and I am happy to see so many beautiful crafts featured here!


ApacheMoon said...

Thank you so much for including my ring in the amazing group! I have to go take a closer look at the rest now! :)

Anonymous said...

Thanks for featuring my Autumn Felted Coaster set in your blog. They are currently listed in the etsy for charity shop

Visit often and let your purchase make a difference in the lives of others!



Handmade Help said...

Thanks SO much for featuring items from We are an artists collective of folks impacted by cancer so 100% of our profits are donated to cancer research. I have my own shop,, which is also 100% profits to cancer research. Hearts to all who are working to help others. xoxoxo Charlotte

Andria said...

Thank you all for your kind comments and I hope this feature sends more visitors to your stores.
Your efforts are most inspiring.

KCR Lehr Studio said...

Truly inspiring in all ways! Bravo to all of you and I will visit the shops. Sharing your talents and time to so many worthy causes.... wonderful!!!

rebecca said...

Thanks for including the where are the bees teapot in this wonderful post.