Tuesday, September 23, 2008

William's Gift Shop On Etsy

I have to tell you I spend wayyyyy too much time in the forums on etsy. Hours that may be better spent creating stuff but then again I have to say that they are probably one of the most helpful and nice forums to be found on the web. They have certainly provided me with a fount of information that has shortened my learning curve about online selling probably by years. And I have also made some great friends, found some fabulous artists and some people who are just consistanly kind, honest and down to earth.

Having said that this shop pretty much embodies what the etsy community is all about but the reason I really noticed this shop (other than the above mentioned accolades) is the fact that she make some seriously cool asthma inhalor carriers. My son has asthma and is constantly looking for a better way to carry his. So of course my interest was immediately piqued when I ran across BeaG in the forums. Check out the great variety of inhaler carriers that she makes! Something for everyone in a huge variety of colors. She also make lip balm holders, wine bottle covers, cell phone holders and more, many of which come with a key chain so they are easy to access and keep track off. Mind you this is just a tiny sampling of the items in her shop and she not only does wonderful crochet and knit items but also has some other items for sale including some eclectic jewelry. But if you want a glimpse of those you will just have to go to her shop here and check it. Hint, Hint, PERFECT for gift giving this holiday season.

6 comments:

BeaG said...

Thank you very much for promoting my shop in such a lovely way!
BeaG

Riezie said...

They're so nice....!!!

Riezie said...

They're so nice....!!

Carrie G said...

I agree! I can start in the blogs and not look at my watch until hours upon hours have passed.
Thanks for posting on my blog last week. I appreciate it.

lisaslovlies said...

I have always loved Bea G's shop and wonderful forum posts.

SweetLollipopShop said...

That's a really cool idea, I would have never even thought of something so original. My daughter grew out of her asthma, but I wish I had known about these back then because I would have definately bought one for her.