We’ll be featuring a few shops a day. For a full list of our shops, watch the scrolling avatars at the top of the blog. For a full list of all our shops offering promotions during our Miracles of Hanukkah sale, go here!
Tracey’s Treasures – http://traceylipman.etsy.com
As one of our Israeli artists, Tracey exemplifies the word eclectic! She works in polymer clay, she works in fabric, and she works in a fairly new product called Paverpol. Her shop has Judaica, jewelry, bags, home decor, and tutorials. In fact, it’s always exciting to visit her shop because you never know what she’ll come up with next!
She is the co-founder of the Polymer Clay Guild of Beit Shemesh, Israel, where she also lives.
Since all her work is handmade, you can always find a unique, one of a kind item for that special someone in your life!
For the Miracles of Hanukkah Sale, Tracey’s Treasures is refunding 10% to you through Paypal if you spend $10 or more, excluding postage. Just use the code word in the “Notes to Seller”: If you are coming from this blog, use the secret word "candles." For Jewish Woman Magazine, use the secret word "JW Mag."
Yafit’s First Glass – http://yafitglass.etsy.com
Yafit Haba is an Israeli glass artist and materials engineer who has been living in the US for the last 6 years. She began working in glass art back in Israel and continued on, exploring more techniques in beautiful Washington State. She enjoys designing new products and making molds or other specific equipment she needs. In her words, “Innovation is my strategy!!!”
Her shop contains both functional and decorative items. Each of them is a one-of-a-kind item, making each piece a collector’s item.
During the etsychai Miracles of Hanukkah sale, Yafit’s First Glass is offering a free gift ($15 value) with purchase. Just use the code word in the “Notes to Seller”: If you are coming from this blog, use the secret word "candles." For Jewish Woman Magazine, use the secret word "JW Mag."
Mark Kaplan – http://markaplan.etsy.com
Mark Kaplan studied Jewelry and Metalsmithing at The Rhode Island School of Design. His absolute love for and pride in his craftsmanship shows in each and every one of the pieces in his shop.
Even though he lives in the smallest state in the U.S. (Rhode Island) he spends a great deal of time in the rather large continent of Asia. The influence of these travels shows up in many of his pieces.
Mark’s prices are extremely reasonable for the high quality of work he’s offering, making his etsy shop a great place to shop for anyone special in your life.
This post by April Grunspan of AgruArts