I’m resurrecting Friday Finds, since I haven’t done one for a while. Here are some of my favourite Hella items available on Etsy at the moment:
I thought a feature on some Brighid items would tie in nicely with Imbolc on the 1st February. With thanks to the artists for allowing me to add their wonderful creations to my Imbolc 2017 ‘Friday Finds’.
Click on the picture or the item description to go to the item’s Etsy page. Click on the creator’s name to be taken to their Etsy shop.
Something for gardens and gatherings:
Something for your altar or sacred space:
Have you left it a little late for Yuletide gifts? Do you have problems giving people ideas of what you would like? Here are some of my favourite Yule-themed items from Etsy.
This month, in a change from the usual format, I’m looking at ouroboros items. All can be found on Etsy. Click on the link below the picture to be taken to the product page.
September’s entry is introducing Silver Labyrinth. She is a UK artist who makes beautiful jewellery pieces out of silver and gemstones, as well as polymer clay.
Click on the photos to be taken to the item page.
Today I am introducing PantheonSkulptur. Stina lives in Sweden and makes resin statues of the Norse Gods and goddesses, which she then gilds with brass leaf.
The Freya, Frigga, Thor, Skadi and Jord/Gerd statues have already sold, but maybe if you messaged Stina she would be able to make another.
Edit: Hella statue is now mine. Channelling Gollum: come to me my preciousss.
Today I’m introducing Samantha J Chilton. She is an artist living in the UK. She does paintings and makes mini statues, including Norse Deities. Her Odin Allfather piece is a limited edition of 30, so if you want him you’d better not leave it too long to order.
This month I am introducing nordulf_outlet. They are a UK-based ebay shop but sell various heathen pendants, as well as linen for tablet weaving. Here are a few of my favourites:
A bit late due to illness but here is April’s Friday Finds. Today I’m introducing Master Arks on Etsy. They are based in Canada and have a beautiful collection of handcrafted jewellery and cloak clasps.
Today I am introducing shadowofthesphinx on Etsy. These little handmade altar statues look great, and would be a lovely addition to any shrine. They’re compact so they would be useful for when you’re travelling too.