I’m a proud Etsy seller and customer and love buying note cards, stuff for Dagny, jewelry and all kinds of other items. Etsy is an awesome site for any kind of gift giving (or treating yourself), so if you’re looking for France-themed Etsy shops to remind you of your trip or to inspire you to take one, here are my favorite France shops that are chock-full of French charm.
France Etsy shops
In no particular order, here are my favorite France-themed Etsy shops:
Catherine, owner of TheFrenchKiosk and fellow American expat blogger, is the photographer behind this swoon-worthy Etsy shop that features her photos of Paris and beyond. Her work is beautifully shot and even simple, everyday items draw you in. Word on the street is she has a greeting card line in the works…
No roundup of France Etsy shops would be complete without a vintage pick or two, so get your fix of expertly photographed shabby chic French finds over at petitsdetails (linked to sold items page, shop is currently closed for vacation). French trinkets and treasures like vintage spools, stamps, dishes and enamelware all add charm to any space and get you your French fix for the day. Did I mention how gorgeous her photographs are? A must-see.
Out of New York City, TheParisPrintShop‘s Etsy doors opened in 2008 and the shop has done extremely well. You can find gorgeous photography prints and Paris paper goods that capture Paris’s je ne sais quoi allure perfectly. From street scenes to food and more, you’ll be transported back to Paris — well in spirit anyway.
If you’re not ready to try your hand at homemade French macarons yet, do the next best thing. Head over to LaPetiteSucre for an order of everyone’s favorite French sweet. These made-from-scratch macarons are baked to order in a certified commercial kitchen in Lexington, Kentucky, and are perfect for a party, wedding or just because.
PetiteMila has a line of French tote bags and accessories that are a must-have for class, shopping, the gym or wherever. With undeniable French flair and a whole lot of cuteness, these affordable bags made in Aix-en-Provence might become your new fave. We’re partial to the Marseille tote in the top left pic.