Did you know that one of America’s most successful business women made her mark by starting with handmade jewelry she was making out of her bedroom?
Made It By Hand Handmade Jewelry Resources
We love a good success story, so we are happy to share with you the story of Kendra Scott and her successful handmade jewelry business that went from a small business in her bedroom to a world wide success.
Before, we hop into more about that, be sure to check out all of our handmade jewelry resources. We love connecting you to the best online retailers of American handmade jewelry.
This page is your go to resource for the best handmade jewelry online.
Made It By Hand in America: Handmade Jewelry Success Story Kendra Scott
Kendra Scott is one of the most successful US based handmade jewelers in the country. Her story is truly inspirational! And it shows you what a little grit, determination, and hard work can still do in America.
Made it by Hand was started out of some of that grit and out of a passion to see American small businesses succeed in today’s increasingly difficult global market.
Where Can I Buy Handmade Jewelry Online?
- ETSY– Clearly ETSY is the go to place for handmade products and handmade jewelry is definitely king.
- Amazon Handmade Jewelry – Did you know that Amazon actually has a handmade department? Yep. It’s true. Amazon launched it’s handmade department in 2015. While they stand to give ETSY a bit of competition, we still find that ETSY overall has a larger selection of American handmade products, but it never hurts to have a look.
- AFTRCA- Probably a lot less known than ETSY or Amazon, but AFTRCA has the same mission as we have here at Made it by Hand and that is to support American made handcrafted products and artisans. We applaud their efforts and think you should check out their handmade jewelry selection.
- Ebay– While it isn’t as easy to navigate as ETSY and Amazon and you have to dig carefully if you truly want to support American handmade jewelry, you can sometimes find some great options here.
- Facebook Marketplace- Also an option, but again, harder to navigate in terms of finding American handcrafters.