March: Favourite Etsy Finds


Etsy is by far one of my favourite places on the internet. There I lose hours of my life and end up with a shopping basket of (wonderful, educational, artful, one-of-a-kind) things I didn’t know I needed, but definitely do now. So if you haven’t visited Etsy before, do yourself a favour and check them out, and believe me when I say, this is just the tip of the Etsy iceberg.

How cute is this egg transfer work , beautifully crafted and Spring inspired fun activity for a little hands.

Yellow Pom Pom Garland – I simply couldn’t resist not to have them.

Crochet Play Food Set – because who doesn’t like pretend play?

First Signs Of Spring A4 Print – this wonderfully illustrated print is on our Spring nature table. Great addition to our homeschooling.

Organic Wooden Rattle Toy – adorable baby toy.

Animal Home Puzzle – very clever.

Wooden Lacing Toy – my daughter is so much into lacing at the moment.

Montessori Inspired Wooden Pencil Holder – I’ve recently got this pencil holder. It has multi – purpose and we love it.

Such a fun way to teach your child weather with those super cute weather gnomes.

I hope you found some inspiration!



  • Kristin's Peppermints and Cherries


    I recently purchased some lacing items at the Target Dollar aisle for my children. We rotate them in and out of our church bag. The crochet play food set is too cute!

    • Leky83

      Thank you Kristin.

  • Tabitha


    Everything is so cute and so Spring-y!! Love your roundup 🙂

    • Leky83

      Thank you Tabitha!

  • 1stopmom


    I love browsing Etsy. I think my granddaughter would love the wooden animal puzzle. She has really been into puzzles lately. The wooden rattle is very cute too.

    • Leky83

      Thank you!

  • Rachael


    Oh my goodness! So much good stuff here! It’s so easy to get sucked into an Etsy vortex and lose all track of time. Haha! I really love the wooden lacing toy!!

    • Leky83

      Thank you Rachael!

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