#happyhandmade week forty

Woopp woop! I can't believe it's already the fortieth week of Happy Handmade! Last week broke the previous week's records for most views and click-throughs to shop, yay! So excited to see this social sharing collective bringing the community together and benefiting shop owners by generating more traffic to their shops and hopefully, more sales! Be sure to share with your friends, in Facebook groups, Etsy teams and forums - spread the word about Happy Handmade because the more you share, the more people see it - the more people who see Happy Handmade, the more people who see your products!

Did you know numerous bloggers feature their #happyhandmade picks each week? Kiser Krafts, Ionkya, Landon's Toy Box and many more share their #happyhandmade finds with their readers - meaning that each time you link up you not only get six shots at being featured on Daft but the possibility of being featured on numerous other blogs! Do you blog your Happy Handmade picks? Leave a comment with a link to your post!

This week's Staff Picks:

This week's Most Viewed:

Triangulation Scarf by Pirapir
Green Lantern Tie for kids by Knit Picky Mama
Have a T-Riffic Holiday cards from Krmbal

Are you new here? #happyhandmade is a social sharing event for all artists, designers and crafters - you share up the three handcrafted products from your shop, then select three products from the link up list and share them via social media with your fans! In turn, people will be sharing your products with their audience, so everyone benefits from #happyhandmade with free promotion for their shops, reaching a wide new audience, as well as the benefit of shoppers browsing #happyhandmade here on our blog and the chance to be featured as a staff pick or most viewed product! Everyone wins! #happyhandmade is a great way to make new art friends too - follow the #happyhandmade tag on Twitter to connect with others participating in this week's link up!

What can you link up? Handmade products, art prints, and any designs you personally have created and had printed in small batches on clothing, fabric, notecards, etc. So long as you made it, you can share it! 

What you can't link up: blog posts, Facebook pages, giveaways, tutorials. This is to connect handmade shop owners with one another and promote one another's products, so all links you share should be to an individual product in your shop.
  • Link up to three {3} handmade products from your  shops below! 
  • Share at least three {3} items from this collection (not yours) via social media! 
(Do not Pin items to Pinterest without express permission from the creator)
  • Tell at least three people about this link up!
{spread the word! the more people who hear about it, the more exposure everyone gets!}
  • Please show your support of handmade and leave a comment listing your favorite three products from the link up that you shared!
Click "add your link" - in the first box put the URL to your INDIVIDUAL product listing, not your shop home page. in the second box, put a description of your product. In the third, your email address. Click Submit and then select a thumbnail for the photo! 


  1. I love the staff picks! I shared the knight peg toy, petite copper earrings, & felt dino ornament

  2. I tweeted the felt raccoon ornament, shop indie print, and the cupcake magnet. Super cute stuff!

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  4. I chose more than three, such great items from everyone!

    Tye Jiles

  5. http://www.threads.ionyka.net/?p=750

    I shared the cupcake magnet, personalized keychains and the emerald pendant this week!!

  6. I shared the personalized Santa sack, the sensory soft blocks, and the travel cup socks :)

  7. Thank you for the staff pick this week! My favourites are the navy blue polka dot earrings, purple paper rosettes, and cocoa dreams ornaments :)

  8. Thank you so much for the staff pick this week! I've shared my favs on my blog here http://littlehouseofcrafting.blogspot.com/2013/11/my-happyhandmade-favs-of-week-40.html

  9. Shared sock cups, arrow wraps, and tutu.