Every once in a while I’ll pop over to etsy.com to see what people are making with Monaluna fabrics, and it always leaves me feeling happy and inspired. I love to see all the ideas and products that makers are coming up with, and I love it that our fabrics can help inspire such creativity. I hopped on there yesterday, and oh, my goodness the cuteness! So I decided to put together a little Monaluna/etsy gift guide for the holidays. If you’re looking for gifts that are organic and handmade, but don’t have time to make them yourself, (or if your gift list is longer than your available creative time, as is mine), check out some of these cuties!
Sweet Pea and Co., from St. Paul, MN, has adorable items for babies, including bibs & burp cloths, teethers, onesies, and these darling skirts and jumpers. Plus, a pretty cute model!
Needful Wishes from Portland makes cosmetic bags, kindle cases, totes and insulated lunch bags like this great one using Llama Love:
I love the playful switch plate covers at the Slightly Smitten Kitten shop, or SSKDesigns. They’d make a cute finishing touch to a room, especially if there’s a coordinating Monaluna quilt in it!
Little Lotus Organics makes handmade and organic baby clothes and accessories, like these baby girl peasant blouses, as well as lots of knit baby sets.
I love these Foxy organic pajama bottoms by Spools and Drool. Perfect for little boys.
They’d go great with this:
I’ve been lucky enough to score several dresses from Wild Things Dresses for my daughter, Anabelle, and they are truly wonderful. She wore this Toadstool Reversible Dress last Christmas, though now it’s more of a short top (they grow so fast…). I might need to get her a new one! You should also check out the Fox and this one here.
I’m totally smitten by all the items at the Kimimila shop, including this flannel-lined dress:
The Seeds of 3 has lots of great handmade, organic cloths and accessories for baby and kids. I see a lot of cuteness on her Facebook Page, and there’s lot’s more on her etsy shop.
I love this Under the Sea travel pillow by Kel’s Cozy Corner – perfect for sleepovers!
Everything that the Organic Quilt Companydoes is lovely, and I’m always so happy to see the items that incorporate Monaluna fabrics. There are tons of baby items and quilts on their site, including this one in Meadow:
I’m going to need a Tooth Fairy pillow like this one from Mini Maxwell Kids soon…
My Cozy Cub makes sweet baby accessories like this Teether in Haven:
There’s lots more than I can fit into this post, but here are some more links to great etsy shops, and you can see more by going to etsy.com and searching for Monaluna in Handmade. Happy shopping!
Nathalie8 years ago
Thanks so much for the mention :)! I appreciate it! Have a wonderful holiday!
I love your new work I see here
Jenelle8 years ago
Thank you so much for the feature!