ETSY’s Philly Finds

Meet the women whose creative finds and handcrafted wares make the hot list on the online mecca for true artisans.

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Philly-based interior designer Kelly Galvin Robson has a "love for anything vintage." Her online store, High Street Market, sells unique finds from flea markets, estate sales, auctions and antique shops. We like the eclectic and very useful electric K aqua fan, her set of vintage Atlas canning jars and pink depression glass plates.
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Nicole Pankratz is a stay-at-home mom and former preschool teacher in Philly who creates affordable, adorable, artsy items for kids. We love her Halloween Crayons, Monogrammed Cupcake Toppers and her Gift Tags collection.
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West Chester's El Lohse is one of the most successful Etsy artists from our area. Check out her T-Time...Ode to Mr. T and Earl Grey, Atticus and our self-serving favorite, 30 Rock.
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Krista Peel's fascination with rocks inspires a lot of her handcrafted jewelry. Her White Collection, Yellow Sea Glass and Castaway Shells really caught our eye and so did the price. They're all $25 or less.
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Katie Jeanne Reim has a self-described "severe case of Creative A.D.D." She sells her prints and paintings on Etsy. Many have Philly-based themes like the Manayunk Bike Race and Boathouse Row.
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Ambler's Laura Kicey is a photographer and designer. Her Shotgun Shack for $40 and Arabesque for $35 are wonderful contrasts in rural vs. urban art.
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Sara Selepouchin is the artisan behind Girls Can Tell, a tiny Philadelphia-based creative screenprinting business. She makes everything from coasters, to totes to tea towels.
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Lansdale native, Stephanie H. creates and sells high-end stationery. Her ETSY store, Pearl Stationery, was launched a little over a year ago. Her fall-themed Greeting Cards, Green Tea Note Cards Luxe in Black Note Card are very classy.
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Emily Dorn calls her online jewelry store Precious Meshes. She hand crochets with wire, customizing most orders so your piece is unique. We browsed and found these Lattice Earrings, Bird's Nest Necklace, and Captured Pearl Necklace.
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You can keep up with Sarah Lockard's ETSY Phavorites on her emagazine, AroundMainLine.com. And, you can learn more about the women and their wares in ETSY's featured Shop Local Philly article.
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