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Have you Entered the Etsy Design Awards?

You know I go batty for all things Etsy! What better place to track down some one-of-a-kind goodies you’re not going to find in the stores? It’s also a fab little hub to meet creatives locally who are making some amazing products. Well, The Etsy Design Awards are here to celebrate such creative folk, so why not enter yourself or a friend to win some big prizes?

 Design Awards Etsy

Above: Adore these cushions I found on Etsy, made by LoveJoyCreate
Below: I’m equally smitten with this Linen Fabric Banner Bunting from LovelyHomeIdea

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Above: It’s a polka dot paradise on this mug by SilverLiningCeramics.

The concept behind the awards is to recognise excellence in creativity – and they’re open to Etsy Australia sellers who have live, functioning Etsy shops. Not only could you win the prestige of the award itself, but the winner will also feature in an issue of Inside Out magazine, as well as heading on a trip overseas to Brooklyn, New York, to check out the Etsy headquarters (what a dreamy experience that would be!).

You have until September 12 to put your entry in and there are six categories to choose from: New Talents, Home & Living, Art & Illustration, Fashion & Accessories, Business as Usual and Community Choice.

I’m going to be following this one closely, so good luck and let’s see who wins!

CLICK HERE to hit the Etsy Australia website for more information! 

CLICK HERE to discover an amazing Etsy seller I recently showcased, who makes stunning lamps out of concrete skulls (amazing!). 

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Outside of writing this blog, Chris is an interior designer, presenter and author. He's also spent time on TV, on Channel 10's Changing Rooms, as well presenting segments on Channel 7's Sunrise and The Morning Show. If you'd like to book a design consult with Chris, you can find out more here

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