top handmade spring gifts from small American businesses

Handmade Gifts for Spring

Spring is Here in Full Bloom!  

Our handmade journey has allowed us to meet some amazing makers and artisans along the way!  Come meet some of my friends that are taking big risks to start their own small businesses dedicated to crafting and selling handmade products.

Learn more about them and their perfect spring inspired gifts!  Our goal is to make shopping handmade gifts easy!

 1)  Come meet Eva Chapman  with Still So Loved Designs in Iowa. 

Let your little girl sparkle this spring with her handmade Pink Butterfly BowThe perfect reminder that spring is here!

Pink Butterfly Bow 



 2)  Come meet Erica Catherine  with Erica Catherine Illustration in Georgia. 

The Floral Name Art Print could add the perfect vintage inspired touch to your home.  This personalized print features hand drawn and designed letters arranged to spell out any name you need!  The perfect spring baby gift to make any new mom happy!

Custom Baby Name Flower Art Print



 3)  Come meet Tara Horne with Dreaming of The Sea Fabrics from my home state of North Carolina

do it yourself spring wreath

Make your own Spring Rag Wreath!  Tara's kit includes everything you need to make your one of a kind wreath, including detailed instructions.  A fun and easy activity for the whole family!

Spring Wreath Kit - DIY Craft Kit

$19.99 - $24.99


 4)  Come meet Sarah Collins  with Whimsicals Paperie in Colorado. 

Sarah's bright and cheery heart flowers are sure to brighten anyone's day!  With the ability to choose your own message or only the image, use these as birthday greetings, thank you notes, or a quick note to the special people in your life. 

Heart Flower Note Cards - Personalized - Box Set of 8



 5)  Come meet me, Amanda Morgan, with House of Morgan Pewter  in North Carolina. 

Our hand cast pewter decorative garden stakes are a great unique spring gift for a hard to shop for loved one.  Come shop all of our pewter gifts!

Pewter Decorative Garden Stakes



If you made it to the bottom of this blog, I appreciate you spending time with a few of my handmade friends and listening to our stories and exploring our gifts! 

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