Wild & Wanderful

Calling All Artists: Handmade for the Holidays

Katy McKinleyComment

Handmade holidays square

It’s that time of year again!  The mega shopping season is seconds away and you can bet your butt that I am going to support small, indie, local businesses as much as I can.  And I think everyone else should do the same.

This will be the third year I dedicate some of my blog space to the artisans I think are worth checking out and hitting up for your family’s gifts.  Stocking stuffers, unique items, personalized goodies, the works.  I’m excited!  (You should be too.)

If you are a vendor and are interested in being a part of this gift guide, please email me (katy@handmadeescapade.com) and I’ll get you set up!  The best part of this guide?  It’s free.  FREE.  Zero dollars and pennies.  You don’t have to pay me to talk about you.  I’m stoked to have you share some e-space with me!

There will be a dedicated page that will be featured until December 31.  And you have an option to have your very own solo blog feature where I can share you with my readers.  This feature can be as fun or as business as you’d like it to be.  Sky is the limit!  I’m often more apt to buy from an indie business owner when I know more about the person behind the items.  I can’t be the only one!

The only requirement I have is that you have a linkable storefront.  Something a person can go and purchase an item from without having to jump through a bunch of hoops.  Etsy, Storenvy, your own dedicated website, etc.  As long as there is a cart to drop an item into and purchase it from…I want you!

Space is limited.  I need your information by November 8, so don’t wait! 

Not a vendor yourself?  Share this with someone you think should be featured.  I’m always looking for new goodies for my family members (and myself…let’s be honest).