This is the season to be Jolly, the season for warm chocolatey drinks, snow and gift giving. However, it is also the best season to be having a couple of DIY projects!
You could either be looking to make a loved one a gift, or looking to upgrade accessories and items to make them fit the holiday spirit- but in any case, you’ll need supplies!
Selling for over 10 years on their own site, JosyroseHaberdashery Etsy store, is run by a small family- in this businesses of selling craft supplies for the past 88 years.
Based in London, JosyroseHaberdashery is filled with some of the most unique craft supplies you’ve ever seen!
As their specially is sequins, all of their sequins and sequin trims are made by them right there in their store in London’s East End.
A list of the items you could purchase from this seller online: Buttons and Studs Charms Craft Fabric Diamante Fashion collars & motifs Loose Sequins Tools and Storage Trims and Ribbon Odds & Ends
JosyroseHaberdashery have already made over 630 successful sales on their Etsy platform alone, and with a 5 star review average- no wonder they are doing so wall!
This store is a great place to find some craft supplies for DIY projects that either involve a lot of work (like a sequins dress) or a lot of people (like bridesmaids presents).
You could also find a variety of storage items and DIY kits
Their Instagram page is super sweet and filled with amazing craft ideas that will make you want to get to it right away! Quite often, JosyroseHaberdashery advertise photos of their buyers, and what these buyers made from their craft supplies!
A post shared by JosyRose (@josyrose_habby) on Oct 29, 2017 at 3:55pm PDT
You can also like them on Facebook and you’ll get their updates straight up on your feed! (And their future sale offers:))
Visit their Etsy store to see more!
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