This mini series of Etsy Sellers in Newquay continues from the five I showcased in 2015. So, here we are in 2016 and it’s time to let you know how local Newquay artisans are pulling out all the stops to create products with a wide appeal.
Here’s something different from a Newquay designer who produces miniature magic books, magic wands and spells books. Old-styled journals and diaries. They’ve been selling through the Etsy marketplace since 2015.
The products will appeal to a wide range of enthusiasts and game players role-play enthusiasts as well as Harry Potter fans. Great conversation pieces, or for the coffee table – or simply slide an ancient journal into your bookcase to make visitors wonder what you get up to after they leave!
These are great, handmade, gifts that will bring joy to the receiver!
Here’s wishing TrouserBadger all the luck of the future and I hope this is the start of a great niche product range!
Etsy Shop: TrouserBadger
Previous Newquay Designers in This Series:
Striking art pieces are created by Maia Walczak in this “must have” Surf Art collection that’s available through an Etsy shop. Handmade in Newquay, Cornwall, Maia has been selling these unique art pieces through Etsy’s handmade online store since 2014. … Continue reading →
Iona Design is a Newquay Etsy Seller bringing beach hut chic right into your home with handmade and painted items. Local Newquay artisans are really creating innovative and high quality hand made goods that are putting their skills to the test! … Continue reading →
Last year I ran a mini series to showcase five Newquay designers who use the Etsy marketplace to sell their goods across the world. Etsy is probably the largest international marketplace enabling designers and creators to promote their handmade goods easily … Continue reading →
In what I hope will be a regular feature, I’m highlighting some of the great Etsy sellers in Newquay that are producing fabulous Made in Cornwall designs, often sea-inspired. If you want to support local cottage industries, support local designers, … Continue reading →