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Handmade Gifts for the Home

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1.   Felt Kitchen Scales by sewn by blythe
2.  Angle shelf by ALS designs
3.  Surprise Ball at Kiosk
4.  Caravan bread board by snug
5.   Stop Wars wall Sticker by motif-art-deco
6.   Triangles pillow by Be Still
7.   Brooches by Naomi Murell
8.   The Backpack by Moop
9.   She Doll no.14 by Stiksel
10. Alphabet by Bookhou
11.  Leica Camera Brooch by craftyfolk
12.  Tranquil Morning by theaterclouds

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13.  Bear Plush at Renegade Handmade
14.  Small Hanging Vertical Pod Wall Vase by Wendy Jung
15.  Lambswool Tree Cushion by Sarah Karr
16.  Cup Stars and Stripes by Lenneke Wispewey
17.  Love House by my house party
18.  Wooden Flying Wall Ducks at Made.it
19.  Ceramics by Yasha Butler
20. Eep cushion by SkinnyLaminx
21.  Handmade clutch by Oktak
22. Mummysam tape
23.  Lavender Sachet by linotte
24.  Doily Wall Clock  at Domestica 

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25.  M is for magazine by paperdollwoodshop
26.  Tile Coasters Set of Four by craftyluna
27.  Gold Pin-on Bow Ribbon Brooch by My Fair Lady 
28.  Papercut Print by elsita
29.  Bella 22K GP Headband by Tamar
30. Circle Map Wood Box by the harbingerco 
31.  Original Wrist Worms by Sandra Juto
32.  tea towels by julie peach
33.  Pebbles Wools Felt Rug by Krita
34.  Yoda Pear white plush home decor by La Pomme
35.  smiths please please please by chez sucre chez
36.  Zen votive candle holder leaf at Manos 

 


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