Virtually Speaking: Shop These Online Sellers

Shopping local doesn’t just mean at brick-and-mortar retailers—the Charleston area boasts a community of virtual sellers and artisans that still need the love during this time, too. While you continue to support your long-time favorites, take a look at the wares of some new crafters and get their items delivered right to your door.

The Hippie’s Daughter Elizabeth Elswick has a passion for macramé design and has practiced it for over 20 years, but on her Etsy shop you’ll also find a West Virginia-inspired mix of fine art, home goods, stickers, and tees.

MallyMoon Handmade Tonya Browning creates fun and functional pottery for your home, including ceramic jewelry.

Little Mountain Design Your pup will be sitting pretty with one of these custom hand-stamped pet ID tags. Check out their Instagram page to see some adorable #littlemtndog models.

Hot Stove Fiber Look to Amanda Jane Miller’s page for hand-processed fiber and woven goods. Her mission is to prioritize and celebrate West Virginia wool, raised locally on sustainable farms.

Silver Market Co. Silver Market Co. produces all-natural, handmade skincare products. Need more soap for all that hand-washing? This is a go-to, and you can even request “No Packaging” for a zero-waste option.

Softscapes Cynthia McComas specializes in handmade clay goods and adornments. Her quirky and creative earrings will brighten up any outfit.

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