Handmade Gifts for Gardeners

Handmade Gifts for Gardeners

I didn’t intend to write another post about Holiday gifts this season but I realized that when I wrote the first post I left out the handmade items I found in my search. There’s some really great stuff there and it just seems like a waste not to mention them so here I go:

Please note that items are listed in U.S prices.

1. Notes to Grow On$25.00 A set of 7 letterpress cards depicting reproduction herb prints. Each card includes a packet of herb seeds attached to the back. Really beautiful.

2. Dandelion Coaster$6.00 This company makes a bunch of botanically-inspired coasters but I have a special affinity for dandelions.

3. Reusable Vegetable Bags$20.00 A set of 3 reusable, washable vegetable bags that you can take grocery shopping or out to the garden to collect your harvest. Made from a lightweight but sturdy fabric that won’t affect the scale at the grocery store.

4. Black Fall Flowers Long Sleeve Shirt$25.00 A silk screened shirt depicting what looks to be tansy or Queen Anne’s Lace.

5. Plantable Wine Bottle Tags$2.50 A nice way to give a bottle of wine, although I’m sure you could attach one of these to just about anything. They make full-size cards as well.

6. Tiny Budding Leaf Earrings$60.00 I LOVE Abigail Percy’s botanical jewelry so much… I wrote about her Flower Silhouette Necklaces a while back. These bud earrings are equally beautiful.

7. Dig It Pendant$10.00 A vintage 1930′s garden book illustration sealed between glass using lead-free solder. Comes equipped with a chain for wearing.

Gayla Trail
Gayla is a writer, photographer, and former graphic designer with a background in the Fine Arts, cultural criticism, and ecology. She is the author, photographer, and designer of best-selling books on gardening, cooking, and preserving.

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4 thoughts on “Handmade Gifts for Gardeners

  1. I’m so glad to see you listing items from Etsy. I love Etsy, and try to buy most of my gift shopping (holiday and birthdays) from there, if I don’t find things locally.

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