Etsy Offers Free Shipping Across Canada To Support Local Talents
All handmade and vintage lovers out there, we’ve got exciting news for you! Starting tomorrow, May 1, and up until May 14, Etsy offers its first-ever Canada-wide free shipping event from participating Canadian sellers. The special event is aimed at supporting Canadian artisans and connecting them with local buyers.
For two weeks only, you will be able to shop countless unique and creative items on Etsy and have them delivered right to your doorstep for free.
“We’ve seen so much success connecting buyers and sellers at our Made in Canada markets that we wanted to take some of that magic back to Etsy.com,” said Erin Green, Managing Director, Etsy Canada. “This free shipping event is a great way for anyone in Canada to further support and shop from our vast number of talented local makers.”
From new customers looking to dip their toes into Etsy’s online marketplace, to dedicated online shoppers searching for something to complete their collection, free shipping allows consumers to easily shop unique goods they won’t find elsewhere.
Discover all of the incredible Canadian Etsy sellers participating in the free shipping May 1 – 14 including makers of the following products:
- Botanical Print Swimsuit by thief and bandit, $154
- Woven Wall Hanging by Indie Boho Studio, $185
- Mid Mod Triangles Greeting Card by Mezzaluna Studio MCM, $6
- Scalloped Card Holder by by INABE, $36
- Hanging Planter by SFauteux Ceramiste, $28
- Storage Bench by Us et Costumes, $580
- Leather Leaves Handbag by WOOLFELL, $169
- And more!
Featured image: Instagram/ @thiefandbandit
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