I have a number of friends who have shops on Etsy (and I could open one too if I ever got off my butt and finished my initial design), so I go treasure hunting. I rarely buy anything (budget mostly goes to yarn and chocolate after all), but it is wonderful to see the pieces and occasionally to pick something up.
Liz owns Lush Beads (where I buy all of my beads now) and has an Etsy store. She has necklaces and other fun things, but her signature pieces are the spiders. I know a lot of people find spiders frightening or disgusting, but that has never been my problem. My only bug problem is when they crawl on me. That tends to freak me out a bit (the sensation is just a wee bit alarming). She has classes, and I should actually sign up for one of them. My beading skills are sadly weak.
I just found Eastmanhomeart (the Etsy shop names can be a mouthful), who has this gorgeous pillow for sale. It reminds me that I have a ton of fabric (all stashes grow, just not all grow equally fast and fat) and I was looking for information a few months ago about devore. I should dig out that information again and actually make something. Too many crafts and not enough hours in the day. Truly.
Of course, no trip to Etsy is complete without checking the yarn selections. Oh my god - lace weight! I know about Black Bunny, but this one caught my eye (seller is White Willow) as a blend of flames and autumn and Indian Paintbrush. Gorgeous, though I need more lace weight like I need another hole in the head. I would happily buy any one or two of these, but I've already spent my fair share of money on yarn. Hopefully somebody nice will offer these items a good home.