We’re almost there, kids! Only six days of Vegan MoFo left. It’s like we’ve reached mile 20 of the blogging marathon, so take in some carbs, a little water, and hold tight! The most frustrating thing about MoFo for me, is that I just can’t take the time to comment on my favourite blogs – too many posts, not enough time.
This is W.I.P. Wednesday’s final post dedicated to the creative and talented vendors of the Vegan Etsy team, and what better way to round things off than with some food-related goodness?
Sweet V Confections doesn’t ship to France (I wonder why?), but if you’re in the U.S. you can actually order vegan goodies!
Why not send someone a vegan cookie basket this holiday season? I think just about anyone would be excited to receive 4 dozen cookies…don’t you? It’s probably a good thing they don’t ship here, I’d be ordering myself cookies left and right.
If I’m ever near Daton, Ohio in the U.S. I know I’m going to get my hands on some of these :
These chocolate vinkies should be on every table…at least I think so. They even offer local delivery Ohio people. Who knew? With a name like The Bombshell Bake Shop I’m sure there is a little rock and roll in those treats.
You’re not supposed to eat this Pink Grapefruit Vegan Swirl soap from The Vegan Soap Kitchen, but I’m sure it smells delicious. I want all of her soaps – my shower would smell so gourmet.
While these aren’t actually edible, I do think these candy cane horns I think they would be really adorable on Guppy, who is all all about costumes, dressing-up and make-believe. April has beautiful beadwork and other fanciful things in her shop, go look!
Don’t forget to keep up to date with the Vegan Etsy Team and their happenings over at their blog, and remember – a part of their proceeds always goes to supporting animals in need.
Have you begun your holiday gift making and crafting? I’d love to know what you’re making
me. It’s nearly December already!
I’m thinking traveling to Dayton might be worth it just for these treats…
The candy cane soaps are so cute I’d probably never end up using them, but just admiring them in my bathroom. 🙂
I get frustrated, too, about not being able to keep up with reading and commenting on other blogs (especially this week!). I see so much awesome stuff on the blogs I read, but they’re only a small percentage of all the blogs participating in MoFo!
I’m only about an hour from Dayton, so getting my paws on some of those vinkies is a real possibility!
I am so jealous, Vegannifer!
I know what you mean about commenting. I keep reading but sometimes I just can’t slow down enough to comment — especially if I know I’ll have to type a bunch of letters, too. Soon, everything will be back to normal. (The candy canes do look too good not to eat!)
Those candy cane horns would be perfect if they were edible! They look great but I want them in my belly now. Weird.
I know! It’s not weird, I had the same reaction…or we’re both weird. No *they* are weird!