Etsy Easter in Boston

I am all for shopping local and supporting local artisans and crafters.

Did you know you can shop local on Etsy? This really neat feature lets you find crafty people near you. If you are in the Boston area and you celebrate Easter, you should check these Etsy Easter finds for Bostonians. A lot of very talented and creative people around here! Everything from art and decor to adorable children’s accessories are all available right here.

Baby Girl Headband in Creamy Pink from MayaJAccessories, $12.95: Complete the look by adding this super adorable giant flower headband to your baby girl’s outfit. It fits infants to toddler but can also be made in any size.

Purse Tote Canvas Bag, Woodland Bunny from BucktoothedBunny, $30: This image transfer tote is generously sized at 14 by 16 by 11 inches and has an interior pocket. The image is also available printed on other items like a smaller tote, messenger bag, and pocket mirror.

Robin Egg Black Tea Soap from TheBowerStudio, $5: Dress up your bathroom with this glycerin soap made with palm and coconut oil, lily of the valley scent, and exfoliating black tea specks. I don’t know, I think they may be mistaken for candy too.

Bunny Hat from Boston Beanies, $28: Dress up your little bunny with one of these cute hats available in any custom colors and sizes (newborn to child).

Girls Easter Top from CoralBelles, $45: For your little lady age 5 to 14, this top is great to wear anytime but especially fitting for the occasion. (photo: Ashley Glasco)

Easter Baby Booties from FudgieKnits, $9: These super soft Mary Jane style booties in size 3-6 months would look adorable on a baby girl and not just for Easter. Available in custom colors as well.

Naked Easter Eggs Kitchen Art from SeptemberWren, $28: This 8 by 12 vintage photograph printed with archival inks would look great in my kitchen, I wouldn’t save it just for Easter though, I think it is fitting year round. A lot of great vintage photographs in this shop worth checking out.

Do you have any spring or Easter favorites on Etsy? Perhaps something local to you?

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