Appalachia Art Craft Etsy

Etsy Shop Update…Just in Time for Christmas Shopping

SCC Key Necklace

Chitter has been working like one of Santa’s elves to fill her Etsy shop, Stamey Creek Creations, with goodies for Christmas. The girl’s got everything from awesome key necklaces to…

handmade dish cloth


crocheted dishtowels. She’s also got:

Stamey Creek Creations chunky Necklace
some of those chunky necklaces that are so popular right now. Look at that clasp-that’s what I like. It’s pretty but mainly-it’s oh so easy to put on! Chitter uses a similar clasp on a lot of her jewelry and I love how easy the clasps are to hook.

Stamey Creek Creations hippie Necklace
She’s also been doing some very intricate macrame-beading-metal work. This necklace is a work of art and I especially love the little owl. Reminds me of these little birdie earrings she did-love them too.

Jump over to Chitter’s Stamey Creek Creations Etsy Shop and see  if any of her items fit the needs of your Christmas present list. Her prices are very reasonable…almost too reasonable when it comes to handmade creations.

Blind pig and the acorn etsy shop christmas


While you’re there be sure to visit the Blind Pig & the Acorn Etsy shop too. Granny’s made some lovely hat and glove sets along with some adorable baby shoes and if you’re not finished decorating for Christmas be sure to check out her Christmas items. The Songs of Christmas cds are still available as well as Pap and Paul’s Lamp Lighting cd  and there’s even  a couple of my folkart pieces.



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  • Reply
    December 6, 2015 at 9:02 pm

    What a creative bunch you folks are! I was windowshopping on etsy the other day and was very taken with the jewelry Chitter made with those sort of wooden lozenges…like flat beads with rounded edges? Not sure what to call them but you included a picture with some. I do love wood 🙂

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    Pamela Danner
    December 5, 2015 at 10:16 am

    I am loving all of Chitter, and your creations! I just love creating things, there is something so satisfying about it plus you get something really pretty when your finished.
    Thank you for your sweet comment about my tag! I love trees too and just love how my tag turned out!

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    b. Ruth
    December 4, 2015 at 11:09 pm

    I love all the crafts that your family is creating…The girls know how I love keys…the little antique ones especially…ha These pictures make me just feel so lazy…I have been trying to get a few ACEO Christmas cards done…I’m very slow at the work it seems…I have to make my trips to the craft store today with 60% off coupons in my and Roy’s hands to purchase some deals on the pens I use in my drawings….Oh how I love my birthday (75 yesterday), gift cards and coupons….Ha One can never have too many pens, brushes and paints….If only I can get my “round-to-it” cranked up maybe I can get more done….PS…I have some odd beads that I wish Chitter and Chatter had them to use, I am sure they would come up with something for their use!
    I can’t forget the folk art angels…I hope that a few of them fly away for Christmas presents for other angel fanciers, as well
    Love your post today…Tipper

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    December 4, 2015 at 3:53 pm

    You know me, I don’t notice the obvious. I am looking at the background that Chitter uses for the photos of most of her beadwork. I call it barnboard. It might be the porch railing on your house for all I know but it sure does add to the appeal of her creations.

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    Ken Roper
    December 4, 2015 at 12:34 pm

    The thing that most caught my eye is the silver necklace with the chestnut-looking (6) flat pieces. All of them are beautiful, tedious, and have the look of something hand made. What nice Christmas Gifts! …Ken

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    December 4, 2015 at 11:44 am

    I like Chitter’s key necklaces but I really like your folk-art painting.

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    December 4, 2015 at 11:18 am

    You will be missing extra special creations if you haven’t made a visit to the Etsy Shop. The creations are so unique and well worth looking at and buying. Chitter has done a fabulous job at creating uniqueness in her crafts. Tipper and the gang have also done great job. Take a few minutes to search the site. Hope you enjoy your trip through Etsy!

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    Miss Cindy
    December 4, 2015 at 7:35 am

    I did some of my Christmas shopping at Chatter’s store again this year. I found a lovely copper necklace for one friend and a gem stone and copper bracelet for another friend. Chitter’s jewelry skills and designs are growing every day!

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    Sheryl Paul
    December 4, 2015 at 7:26 am

    Nice work. My attention was caught by the key. There is a tratition or superstition that by hanging a key that does not fit the lock on your front door keeps away burglers. (I have one on my door) Can’t hurt. Your key would work nicely for this purpose and how pretty.

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