Thursday, February 26, 2015

Etsy Fest '15 Early Vendor Registration Ends March 7!

Reminder: The last day for early ‪#‎EtsyFest15 vendor registration is March 7! We are pleased to announce we currently have 44 registered ‪#‎Etsy artists! Please be sure to read the forms thoroughly as they contain a lot of pertinent information, and potential questions concerning the festival are hopefully answered on the forms. Early registration with $50 fee ends March 7. Late registration with $65 fee ends April 4. You must register by March 7 to have your shop name listed on the participating Etsy artist flier (early registration perk). Payment is due with registration. A link to the registration forms is here if you would like them emailed to you, please contact (Please allow adequate time for email responses/registration processing.) Please follow and share the Facebook event as well as the Etsy Fest ’15 FUNdraiser event Please use hashtag #EtsyFest15 when posting to your social media outlets. ‪#‎etsylr 

Current registered Etsy shops:
  • Adam Crockett
  • aFrameJob
  • Allison Eastman Britt Design
  • Amandas Sew Busy Embroidering and More
  • Amelie's Anomalies
  • Am's Tin Can Studio
  • arch+craft
  • ArkieStyle
  • Asktjdesigns by Teresa Fallad
  • Art by Lois/Painted by Fire
  • Beautiful Baltic Designs
  • Beth Whitlow, Whimsical Oil Paintings
  • Bullets and Sass
  • Classy Kitty Designs
  • Designing Edge Designers Warehouse
  • Ex Libris Novum
  • Flagship Pomade Co
  • GemsPearlsandMore by Darlene Patterson
  • Homayd Natural Care Products
  • Isaboo Designs
  • Jackie O'riginals
  • Jeanne Bowers Garrett
  • Jenny Choate Jewelry
  • Luvmibug AND Tim
  • Messy Jessy Creates
  • Mocking Girl Designs
  • Myrrh Handmade Jewelry
  • Nailed It
  • Native Hound
  • Natural State Essentials
  • Novel Approach
  • ODDcompany
  • Party Girls by Luvmibug
  • Perrodin Supply Co
  • Ratty T's Shirt Shop
  • Seamripers by WEMO
  • Sew Stacey Shop
  • Stitch Me A Wish
  • The Simple Perks
  • The Twisted Purl
  • Upster
  • Wenojean - Renewed Vintage Apparel
  • Why Not Gourds
  • Ximena & Elle 
We received the Etsy Teams Selling Event Grant and the package benefits are: 
  • This package is designed to help you plan and execute a team-run pop-up shop or craft show smoothly and includes promotional opportunities. 
  • A package checklist to outline planning tasks.
  • An educational guide to help you manage your vendors and get the most exposure for your event.
  • Tips on starting a crowd funding campaign and approaching potential sponsors for an event.
  • Event promotion on the Etsy community calendar.
  • Etsy gift card and goodies to raffle off at your event.
  • A box of Etsy promotional items for your vendors and attendees. 

We have started working on a crowd funding campaign in addition to the fundraiser, as suggested by Etsy. Here's a list of some of Etsy Fest's expenses (for your information), which will also be shared in the campaign (last year's festival cost nearly $5,000 and we are expanding this year):
  • Street Permit Fee
  • Barricades Rental Fee 
  • Tables/Chairs Rental Fee
  • Event Advertising Fees
  • On-Duty Officers’ Salaries
  • Musicians’ Fees
  • Balloons/Balloon Tanks Fee
  • Street Signs Fee
  • Stage(s) Rental Fee
  • Event Insurance Fee
  • Moving Truck Rental Fee
  • Flyer/Sign/Etc. Printing Fees
  • Large Drink Dispensers Fee
  • Photo Booth Fee
  • Misc. Expenses 
Team Etsy Little Rock:
Much of the time I'm seen as the leader/captain of our team (I generally send out the emails, you may be more familiar with my face at vending events, etc.) but I would like to take a moment to recognize and thank Brandi Jennings and Lindsey Powers. We three operate as co-leaders/co-captains and they carry as much of the load (and honestly, most especially this year, more of the load) as I do. They work countless hours behind the scenes planning, contacting, organizing - much of which goes completely unseen. They attend endless planning meetings, spend their own finances for meals and travel, as they are also unpaid volunteers. They do so joyfully, without complaint, so happy to be a part of this amazing community and this local movement that we are honored to be involved with. They take up the slack where I let it get loose and they stay positive and calm when I'm falling apart. These two ladies (as well as all of you!) really do make this team a complete pleasure to work for. You all inspire me daily and I mean that most sincerely.  I thank you all from the bottom of my heart for making Team Etsy Little Rock the beautiful thing it is! 

Here's to Etsy Fest ‘15! Cheers! 


Etsy Craft Entrepreneurship: Please Help Spread the Word!

We would love to see this come to Little Rock: Etsy Craft Entrepreneurship. Are you a non-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization or governmental institution that provides educational programs and services for underserved communities in the areas of business creation and growth and/or artistic development (examples of past partnering organizations include libraries, small business development centers [SBDCs], and municipal agencies)? If so, check out this amazing ‎Etsy Entrepreneurship opportunity! 

Etsy Craft Entrepreneurship (located at  

Our mission is to empower creative people in underserved communities to create pathways to entrepreneurship with Etsy. We provide hands-on education to help them use existing craft skills to create opportunities for earning supplemental income. We believe that through this program, we can help cities realize the vision of an inclusive, thriving Etsy Economy. 

The opportunity

Craft Entrepreneurship is an educational program that equips creative people in underserved communities with the knowledge and skills to start Etsy businesses and earn supplemental income through their craft. 

In each city, we partner with local organizations that are working to empower lower income residents through creative and interactive programming. Each organization is responsible for recruiting students who have craft and manufacturing skills, and who need support in applying their talents to entrepreneurial endeavors. 

This support can be best provided through in-depth education and hands-on experience. We have created a curriculum designed to be taught in person by experienced, local Etsy sellers who we train and prepare for the classroom. Participants put their learning into action by setting up and running an Etsy shop and practice strategies for success across a variety of selling environments. 

We have launched this program in many cities already, and we are excited to help bring it to many more! If you are an organization looking to partner, a seller looking to teach, or an Etsy Team interested in bringing this program to your city, please read our FAQs to learn more. 

The Etsy economy 

Over the past decade, the Etsy community — a global online network of independent artists and designers — has been pioneering a new model for economic prosperity. 

As middle-skill, middle-wage jobs continue to decline, Etsy sellers’ work represents a societal shift toward empowering, flexible entrepreneurship that generates needed supplemental income. See our Redefining Entrepreneurship report to learn more about how this type of work is impacting the economy. 

By partnering with local community organizations, we are making the Etsy economic opportunity accessible to underserved communities throughout the U.S. and beyond. 


For interested non-profit community partners (located at  

Are you interested in bringing the Craft Entrepreneurship program to your community? Please read through the FAQs to determine whether your organization is eligible. 

If you are an Etsy seller or part of an Etsy Team and would like to help bring this program to your city or town, please reach out to a library or non-profit you think would be a great fit and encourage them to apply. 

Applications for Craft Entrepreneurship partners are accepted on a rolling basis and reviewed periodically. 


FAQs on becoming a partner organization (located at  

How does the Craft Entrepreneurship program work?

Each year, we partner with a number of non-profit and public organizations to offer these classes to lower income individuals with craft skills in their communities. Partnering organizations are asked to complete our application process, and are selected based on their ability to successfully carry out the criteria of the program. 

Etsy will provide selected organizations with our specialized curriculum and introduce the organizations to experienced teachers to hire in their area. The curriculum consists of 14 hours of classroom time, typically spread out over five weekly sessions (five 2-hour sessions and one 4-hour photography workshop), and is designed to be taught in a computer lab setting. Each lesson covers a different topic such as marketing, search engine optimization (SEO), product photography and basic accounting. 

The core goal of this program is to provide students with the education to turn their craft into a pathway to entrepreneurship and earn extra income through the businesses they create. We’ve also found that partner organizations benefit by being better able to provide entrepreneurship education to creative, diverse, lower income populations, and incorporate programming that’s relevant to current employment trends and the maker movement. 

What are the requirements for partnering organizations?

Organizations must be non-for-profit 501(c)(3) organizations or governmental institutions that provide educational programs and services for underserved communities in the areas of business creation and growth and/or artistic development. Examples of past partnering organizations include libraries, small business development centers (SBDCs), and municipal agencies. 

Craft Entrepreneurship partners must have (either on-site or local access to) a computer lab space that meets the requirements listed here in order to conduct the classes, and a proven track record of serving lower income populations through educational classes and workshops. Partners are also required to compensate the Craft Entrepreneurship teacher at a competitive local rate for their services. 

How do I apply as an Etsy seller or Etsy Team looking to bring this program to my community?

We are thrilled by all the passionate Etsy sellers who have expressed their eagerness to bring this opportunity to underserved communities in their towns and cities. Interested Etsy sellers should identify a local municipal or non-profit organization serving lower income populations to host the classes and encourage them to apply to be a Craft Entrepreneurship partnering organization. 

Who is this class intended for and what can students expect to gain?

This class is intended to help creative makers in underserved populations launch their own shops on Etsy, and in doing so, create pathways for supplemental income with their craft talents. Students gain confidence, education, and access to an encouraging community of creative entrepreneurs who are in their shoes. 

Using Etsy as a learning lab, accepted students will learn the fundamentals of starting an online business and selling their craft products to new audiences. The curriculum includes lessons in marketing, branding, pricing, and product photography. Students are guided through the process of opening their Etsy shop and listing their products by a seasoned, local Etsy seller. 

Since this program is designed for total beginners, participating students should not have made sales on Etsy prior to the first class. Students must have a craft product they make that’s ready to sell and should meet the partner organization’s criteria for underserved populations. Since this varies from location to location, the student application may be different for each partner. Those interested in participating should check with the host organization to find out if they qualify. For existing Etsy sellers looking for more advanced education, we encourage them to explore the online resources in our Seller Handbook. 

Who teaches the classes?

Classes are taught by successful, local Etsy sellers who have a demonstrated a mastery of Etsy’s tools, managing an independent business, and in many cases, also have prior teaching experience. Each teacher is provided with an educator’s guide and receives training by an Etsy education specialist. Etsy helps to identify candidates in each partnering community, however each partner organization is responsible for selecting the teacher and arranging compensation with him or her. Additional details on the selection process, teacher compensation, and budget are below. 

Does Etsy provide funding for this program?

Etsy does not provide funding to partner organizations to run the Craft Entrepreneurship program, as we believe the most sustainable way of integrating this program into community organizations is through locally available funding sources. Past partner organizations have used funding for programs targeted at arts education, entrepreneurial and micro-enterprise training, as well as workforce development. 

How much does it cost to host this program?

The key costs of running the Craft Entrepreneurship program include printed materials (workbooks for students), basic photography equipment, and compensation for a trained instructor at a competitive local rate. For organizations that do not have in-house access to a computer lab facility, space rental may also factor into program costs. 

Please click here to see a sample budget for one round of the Craft Entrepreneurship class. 

How can I fund this program at my center?

Past partners have used a variety of funding sources including municipal funds, foundation grants and private donations to carry out this programing. For a list of suggested funding sources for this program, please click here. 


For interested non-profit community partners (located at 

Are you interested in bringing the Craft Entrepreneurship program to your community? Please read through the FAQs to determine whether your organization is eligible. 

If you are an Etsy seller or part of an Etsy Team and would like to help bring this program to your city or town, please reach out to a library or non-profit you think would be a great fit and encourage them to apply. 

Applications for Craft Entrepreneurship partners are accepted on a rolling basis and reviewed periodically. 

For sellers interested in becoming a Craft Entrepreneurship teacher: 

To learn more about how you can make a difference in your community through this program, review sample job application, and read the FAQ on Becoming A Craft Entrepreneurship Teacher. 

Are you ready to apply? Please follow the steps below. 

Step 1: Complete the Craft Entrepreneurship teacher interest form right now. 

Step 2: We will partner with new cities on an ongoing basis throughout 2015. Once an organization in your area partners with Etsy, we will contact you with detailed instructions for applying to the program. 

Step 3: When you are contacted, we will ask you to complete a three part application that includes a questionnaire, essay questions, and a short video submission.

Sunday, April 6, 2014

Etsy Little Rock presents: 4th Annual Indie Arts & Music Festival and Legends of Arkansas

Etsy Fest is just three weeks away and we already have 42 amazing Etsy artists registered! Late registration, with $50 fee, will end April 23. The registration form and more information may be found here (you must register by March 31 to have your shop name listed on the flyer) Also, not an Etsy artist but want to set-up a booth at our event? Check out our new $400 sponsorship level for more information on how you can be apart of this amazing, family-friendly event in Hillcrest!

More on Etsy Fest is here also, please see the flyer below.  Here is a list of the current registered Etsy artists:
Am's Tin Can Studio
Beautiful Baltic Designs
Bella Vita Jewelry
Beverly's Attic
Bijou Booth
Coco-Luna Designs
Country Deep USA
Debbie Kelly Photos
Elizabeth & Maxine
Frameworthy Designs
Hattie Belles Designs
Inna Bagaeva
K Green Goods
Little House of Pots
M. Lantz Art
Painted by Fire
Red Lipstick Librarian
Roll&Tumble Press
Seamrippers by Wemo
Sew Cute & More
Sewmomma2 Etsy Shop
Simplie Girlie Designs
Squirrel Soaps Shop
The Wanderlust Shop
Tiny Little Specks
Woodland Poppy
Ximena & Elle

This year, Team Etsy Little Rock is proud to be part of Legends of Arkansas! This amazing festival will be held on Saturday, May 31 at Riverfront Park. 

Vendors may register directly with Legends of Arkansas via the registration form available here The registration fee is $35 for a 10x10 booth space; a 50% deposit due with the registration form and full payment due by May 2. 

Please make checks payable to: LoA, Inc. and mail the completed application and non-refundable 50% deposit to: Legends of Arkansas, Inc., 1610 S. Fillmore, Little Rock, AR 72204.

For more information, please contact Erika Robbins at or (501) 351-5245. Also, please see the Legends of Arkansas website is and Facebook

Legends of Arkansas is a generous sponsor of the 2014 Etsy Fest (they will be on-site with a booth if you’d like to ask them more about LoA on April 26!) and we are so happy to be a part of their amazing event! 

More on this family-friendly event:

Legends of Arkansas, the all-day, family-friendly live music and arts festival, is set for Saturday, May 31st. This will be the second year of the grassroots, all-Arkansas, music and art festival at the Riverfront Park. Legends of Arkansas will be celebrating some of Arkansas' best artist, musicians, and independent businesses from around the state.

Legends of Arkansas was created to promote and showcase the independent businesses in Arkansas. While at the same time, celebrating our friends and neighbors for living their dreams.

We hope your weekend has been wonderful!

Please follow this link for a pdf version of the flyer

Sunday, February 9, 2014

Etsy Fest 2014

Hello Team Etsy Little Rock!
We hope this finds you well!
A few quick updates...
This year's fest will be on Kavanaugh from Walnut to Palm! Registration forms are located here with more information
We need sponsors - we have a new level this year where vendors of the $400 level may set up a booth (if they so desire) in the designated sponsor area - (for non-Etsians)... it could be your local bank, insurance company, etc. we appreciate any/all help soliciting sponsors - the more we raise, the bigger the event (the more we can pay our amazing music artists who've nearly donated their time in the past, we could potentially have more attractions, etc.) the eforms are here if you'd like an actual sponsor packet, please let me know - we have plenty.

These are our major needs right now (if you know anyone who knows someone who could help us...) stage rental (Budweiser stage is booked), tables/chairs, and porta potties (if we can't get this - Kroger and the businesses will be our alternative) as a sponsor - please let us know.
We need volunteers prior to the event and the day of the event.  If you or someone you know would like to sign up please contact Susie Coleman at  If you have an Etsy shop and volunteer two hours you'll receive a $10 reimbursement of your booth fee after the festival (so if you register now, that means your booth will only cost $30).
Basically, this is most definitely a team effort - we need you now, more than ever.  We want this to be an amazing event for you and for the community - but we can't do it alone.  We are open to ideas and suggestions.  
We are members of the Hillcrest Merchants Association (HMA) and will be attending their meeting this week to share more about the event as well as sponsorship opportunities.  The support from the local merchants has been so encouraging and inspiring; we sincerely believe this year's festival will be bigger than ever.  We really hope you all will be able to be a part!
So far, these our our music artists:
Isaac Alexander
Whale Fire
Ming Donkey 
(We have several others in the works, too.)
So far, these are our food trucks:
Southern Gourmasian
Loblolly Creamery
kbird is behind Mrs. Polka Dot always
(We have one or two more in in the works - we are keeping the number to just a few - we want the local restaurants and the food trucks we have present to all have a successful day.)
The Facebook event is here please respond, share and invite your friends.  
We appreciate all of you and thank you for making Team Etsy Little Rock the most amazing team to be a part of!
Be safe this week and don't hesitate to contact us for more information.
Amber, Brandi and Lindsey

Friday, January 3, 2014

Etsy Fest 2014 and More!

Good Afternoon Team Etsy Little Rock!

We hope this finds you all well and that you had an amazing Christmas and New Year!

Etsy Little Rock presents: 4th Annual Indie Arts & Music Festival is set for Saturday, April 26, 2014 - the Facebook event is here please share the event with your friends and followers.

Early registration has opened, the information/registration form is available here  We hope to see past participants again this year and new participants as well!

Whale Fire is our first confirmed band and Southern Gourmasian is our first confirmed food truck.

We have the location as TBD in Hillcrest as we are pursuing other potential locations in Hillcrest - we will confirm and the exact location will be announced by the end of January.


As you may know, we (Team Etsy Little Rock) had the privilege to participate in the new Etsy-Kiva collaboration.  First, we became a trustee for Team ELR member, Ximena of Ximena and Elle in March of last year.  We recently became a trustee for another Team ELR member, Jayme of Lulu & Livvy  Jayme is still fundraising for her Kiva Zip loan and has only until January 25 to raise the remaining 83% she needs to reach her fundraising goal.  Please consider lending (not donating) and reposting this link As a team, we've also become a Kiva lender for two artists so far (and will be lending to our third soon).  The first is Uma Devi Group of India and the second is Brandy of Bella Vita Jewelry, Team ELR member (  We are so thankful to be apart of this amazing project!


Remember to post your new listings, treasury creations and features, as well as other items you'd like us to repost on our Facebook wall at  Lastly, remember we encourage our team to use tag etsylr in their listings to help us easier find them - please consider adding at least one ELR team member to your treasury creations - this is the easiest way to help our fellow team members possibly reach Etsy front page one day!


Lastly, please remember to follow us on:

The Etsy Teams Forum:

And if you're not signed up for our e-mail list, please e-mail to get signed up!

Thank you for all that you do and for making Team Etsy Little Rock the most amazing team to be apart of!  We appreciate all of you are inspired daily by your amazing creations!

We hope 2014 is the best year yet!


Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Friday Night and Saturday!

Friday Night:
Calling all artists!  We're doing this ( again Friday night! Come anytime from 5-9 p.m. - all of the supplies are provided (aprons, fabrics, paints, glitter, etc. - and please feel free to bring additional items) - we just need hands to help! Drinks and hors d'oe...uvre provided complements of South on Main! Come enjoy a fun night for a good cause - also, when you create an apron you receive two complementary tickets ($110 value) to the December 5 Tie One On event that benefits Our House!

Etsy Little Rock will be set up at Pop Up in the Rock along with Mitchell from Kiva Zip this Saturday!

2014 Etsy Fest save the date!


We hope to see you this weekend!!!

Team Etsy Little Rock

Thursday, September 19, 2013

In the Know

Good Afternoon Team Etsy Little Rock!

We hope you all are doing well and that your Etsy business is taking you one step closer to quitting your day job!

We've made several posts reacently and would like to put them all in one place to help provide an easy reference guide for you.

Don't forget Hillcrest Harvestfest is this Saturday! Many Etsy Little Rock artists will be on site - be sure to stop by and check out their amazing handmade and/or vintage items!


Food Truck Festival Update:

Come out and support local artists, local food, local music and our local downtown! On October 5, bring all of your family out to the Downtown Little Rock Partnership's Main Street Food Truck Festival - Little Rock! Beforehand, be sure to check out these amazing Etsy Little Rock artists to get an idea of what will be on site:
A Charmed Story
Allison Eastman Britt Designs (AllisonEastmanBeads)
Art by Lois (Painted by Fire)
Beautiful Baltic Designs
Bijou Booth
It's Sew Jodie
K Green Goods

Krystal Bijoux Jewelry
Lark Bridges Vintage and More
Luvmibug and Tim (Crafts by Luvmibug)

Marokel Jewelry
Mindy's In-Stitches
Orbiting Debris
Sewmomma2Boutique (Sewmomma2 Etsy Shop)
The Crafty Fox

shopELL (Erin Lorenzen)
The Crafty Fox
The Twisted Purl Handmade Yarn
Urban and Proud
Wood Art Design For U
Ximena & Elle

My Heavenly Creations

Missed your chance to vend at the Main Street Food Truck Festival - Little Rock? They will still accept late registrations with a $50 fee - this form may still be used (though the fee is increased)


The Main Street Food Truck Festival - Little Rock is coming up! This year it is Saturday, October 5th from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. We are looking for volunteers to help. This is a fun opportunity to see the festival from the inside out!... In appreciation for your time you will receive a very cool Main Street Food Truck Festival volunteer T-shirt. This is one of the best festivals around so you don't want to miss out!
Please feel free to forward this email to your employees, friends and other professional contacts.
We're using VolunteerSpot to help us organize our event. Please click on the link below to sign up today!
Please sign up for Main Street Food Truck Festival - here's how it works in 3 easy steps:
1. Click this link to go to our invitation page on VolunteerSpot:
2. Enter your email address: (You will NOT need to register an account on VolunteerSpot)
3. Sign up! Choose your spots - VolunteerSpot will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. Easy!
*VolunteerSpot does not share your email address with anyone. If you prefer not to use your email address, please contact me and I can sign you up manually.

Jayme Morrisette
Main Street Food Truck Festival Volunteer Coordinator

If any Etsy artists (or any other artists!) would like to to donate a handmade original art item to be given away at the Main Street Food Truck Festival - Little Rock on stage at 4 p.m. (along with complete raffle prize package) please contact Chellie with the Downtown Little Rock Partnership and arrange to get the item to her so that she can put a little write up about your Etsy shop or the item itself. We will be including raffle info in press releases and radio spots and social media posts as well. Her e-mail is Thank you! 


Fundraising Repost from Dimestore Diamonds:
Hi Etsy artisans! I am helping with a fundraiser for Our House called Tie One On. Our House is a shelter for the working homeless, and the work they provide for their residents is truly amazing! I'm not here to ask for your money, I'm here to ask for your time & talent. We need artists to paint/sew/decorate aprons for the auction. If you are interested in being one of our artists, please email me at


Have you been wanting to learn more about the Kiva Zip program (endorsed by former President Bill Clinton)? Mitchell (a student at the Clinton School of Public Service) will be on site at the Downtown Little Rock Partnership's Main Street Food Truck Festival - Little Rock at the Etsy Little Rock booth on October 5 - come by to get more information and see testimonials of Etsy artists already on board!!


Team Etsy Little Rock invites you to try Kiva free!

Kiva gives you the chance to make small loans to borrowers working to start businesses and improve their lives. I’m already lending on Kiva and thought you'd like to join me with a $25 Free Trial. Redeem your Free Trial while they last!

-Team Etsy Little Rock


How does my bonus differ from Kiva Credit?
Any bonus received is funded by a sponsor and can only be used to make loans. Unlike Kiva Credit, a bonus expires 7 days after your invitee joins Kiva and cannot be withdrawn, used to purchase a Kiva Card or dedicated loan, or donated to Kiva’s operating expenses. Also, any repayments of loans made using a bonus will go back to the sponsor, not to you as the lender.

Is there any maximum bonus I can earn?
No, there is no limit to the amount of bonus you can earn. However, supplies are limited and will be made available on a "first claimed" basis.

Will I earn a bonus for friends who’ve joined Kiva in the past?
A bonus can only be earned for new users joining Kiva. This means that you will not receive a bonus for any friends you’ve successfully invited in the past.

What loans can I make with my bonus?
Most loans on Kiva can be funded with your bonus. However, bonus funds cannot be applied to loans with repayment terms over 21 months or with Field Partner risk ratings below 3 stars. Loans purchased with bonus funds also cannot be dedicated.


Repost from Jennifer Craft:
Hi Team Etsy Little Rock,

My name is Jennifer and I am working on building a traveling mobile boutique here in Little Rock where I will sell my upcycled and vintage items. It will be like a food truck but with f...ashion! I have launched an Indiegogo campaign today to help finish the boutique and for Etsy shop ownwers, I am offering a marketing perk for only $15. See the link for more details:

I am also interested in consignment partnerships for high quality merchandise.

I will be out at the River Market on the 9/28 and 10/5 with the boutique trailer, so please come by. If you are interested in partnering up or just want more info, please email me at or text at 501-251-5572.

Thanks in advance for any support, and I look forward to meeting some of you soon!

Save the date!

Come enjoy live local music, shopping Etsy vendor booths, delicious food truck nibbles and free drinks!

Etsy Little Rock ( and will host the Etsy Little Rock presents: 4th Annual Indie Arts & Music Festival on Saturday, April 26, 2014. Location, time, participating musicians, Etsy Artists and food trucks TBA. Registration will not begin until 2014....

We cannot thank our generous 2013 sponsors enough! Your support helped make our event a success and we appreciate you!

Let's be sure to thank them with our business:
Arkansas Times
Café Bossa Nova
Pulaski Heights Realty
River City Tea, Coffee & Cream
Roll & Tumble Press
Shoppes on Woodlawn
Sticky Fingerz Rock & Roll Chicken Shack

Click here to see some photo's from the 2013 Etsy Fest

This is one of our amazing Etsy Little Rock team members - let's help her live an amazing dream!! Simply click "like" on her video (you don't even have to watch it!). You may do this once every 24 hours! 

Please be sure to follow us here: and here: to keep up with the latest ELR news!  Also, if you are not on our e-mailing list and would like to be, please e-mail

Have a great rest of the week!

Etsy Little Rock