Handmade Norwegian Quality Jewelry
I am the sole designer, maker and photographer behind LisM. I enjoy creating affordable handcrafted jewellery using quality metals and gemstones. My jewellery is inspired by all the beautiful colors, shapes, and textures found in nature. I love the creative process of combining different colored gemstones and metal components to create unique, elegant designs.

I attribute my love of crafting to my mother and learned to appreciate the uniqueness of handmade, and the great satisfaction of creating something that is uniquely yours.

My studio is based in Fredrikstad, Norway. In addition to creating jewellery I love to paint, draw, photograph and create with my hands.

I am dedicated to creating a successful business and I strive to use materials, tools, and shipping supplies that are environmentally friendly. I hope you enjoy visiting my shop!


The Aldersworlds

Don’t look behind you, if you are not prepared to see something magic

The story of this shops kind of started when I was 6 years old and I made my first puppet. Due to an accident with my hand, the story almost ended when I was 18, before it even had began. Because of the accident I didn’t pursue my dream of becoming an artist, not before many years later, when life happened and I suddenly found myself working on my first art doll.

Ever since that day it seems all kinds of creatures from the alderworld knock on the door of my imagination, asking for being sculpted. Alas, not all of them can or want to stay with me, so this is why we agreed on opening this shop to make sure they can find the one person they are supposed to be with. Maybe you are one?

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Tailored Soap

Skin loving, sweet-smelling and beautiful

I (Marte) started making soap as a coincidence as I went into a hobby store, saw a soap base, and figured I’d give it a try. It didn’t take long before I found myself addicted to the art form. During the 3 years I’ve been soaping, my storage of soaps, oils, molds, tools, colorants and fragrance oils have just kept on growing. I enjoy everything pretty, shiny and all things that smell amazing, and our whole range of soaps do the trick! We make, design, print, label and wrap up everything in our studio in Stavanger, Norway.

All of our soaps are made in our soap making studio, using quality materials, and they are treated with love both during and after production. All of our soaps contain glycerin, which absorbs moisture from the air onto your skin once you have used it (this is often removed from store bought soap). Our glycerin soaps are either made with a white base, which makes them opaque and colors turn pastel, or with a clear base, which makes the color brighter – shimmer and glitter can be added, and they are more or less transparent.

Cold process soaps are made from scratch, using oils, sodium hydroxide (lye) and water. There is no lye in the finished product, and during the saponification glycerin is formed. Also there are oils in the soaps that are not saponified, which are beneficial to your skin. Different recipes feel and work differently, but all of our recipes are all great for your skin, and can be used on both hands and body, and most also on your face. Once the soaps are made and done, they’re wrapped in their packaging, as well as bubble wrap to be securely shipped to your home.

Other than soaps, I also enjoy making other bath and skin products, such as scrubs, body butter, bath bombs and lip balm. Christopher, my boyfriend and partner, also came up with the idea that we should add beard balm and oils, and so we did! Our goal is to have something for everyone !

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Crochet Monkie

Crochet Patterns and how it started.

My name is Yvonne. I am a graphic designer by education, and I live in the beautiful town of Kristiansand in the South of norway.

I have been crocheting since I was a teenager. In the beginning I used to make up something along the way, I just started crocheting. Usually without any good plan of what I was doing, and sometimes even without any plan at all. The result often matched the lack of planning, and I must admit I created a few strange and funny looking “can’t-be-used-for-anything”‘s during those early years. But it was so much fun!

A few years later when I was in my 20’s I started buying crochet patterns, and a whole new world opened up to me. I remember it felt kind of like magic when all of a sudden the stitches were put into system, and the result was actually something I could be proud of.
I made doilies, table cloths, baby dresses, jackets and hats.
I got experienced after a while and I went back to doing what I did as a teen, making it up as I go. Only this time I knew a little better what I was doing. And most of the time, not allways though, the finished product looked very similar to the ideas in my head.

It’s only recent, the last year or so, I started writing down what I was doing. Even that is fun. First I write the patterns in Norwegian. When I’m done I go through it over and over again to make sure there are no mistakes or spelling errors. When I am happy with it, it’s time to translate it into English. The Norwegian and English crochet terms are very different, so I need to be focused and very concentrated. I think I can say the process of making the pattern takes as much time, sometimes more, as the crocheting itself. But I love every part of it.

I opened my shop in July 2014, but I didn’t start to list any items until November the same year. I also have to mention I have a “business partner”, my 8 year old son. Sometimes he helps me with ideas, and I must admire him for willingly being my test-model for a lot of my (sometimes very girly) creations.

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Handmade Norway

HandmadeNorway combines my passion for sewing, beautiful fabric, pattern and colour. Whatever item you choose, you can be sure that you will receive one of a kind design using unique fabric that you will not easily spot elsewhere, be it modern, Scandinavian or beautifully sourced European vintage fabric. New items and designs are added regularly, so do keep checking back.

All my products are handmade and stored in my smoke free and pet free Norwegian home studio.
If you wish to have an item especially made for you, do not hesitate to contact me by sending me a message. Custom orders, feedback, questions and comments are all welcome!

Thank you for supporting handmade 🙂

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Black crane cration

To share beauty with the world

I have always been fascinated by animals and costumery. Ever since I I was little my mother would create costumes for me for the carneval each year in kindergarden and school. During my childhood I was a bat, a turtle, a native american, a viking, a butterfly and many more. Seing my mothers creativity sparked my own and led me on the path towards my own costumes. And when cosplay became a thing at conventions in Norway I finally got the chance to unfold that creative need.

I also have a passion for masks, giving me the opportunity to become something else, preferably something mystic or badass. It gives variety.
Most of my masks are asian inspired, with my own little twist.

I still do cosplay and it has been a wonderous journey to where I am now with many things learned both from success and failure, and I have never been afraid to share what I learned to others.

And then there is my other passion: Horns and antlers.
Being natural things their shape and pattern has always been a great source of wonder to me. For the body of an animal to arrange these wonderous shapes, often quite symmetrical, with a fascinating texture, is to me a thing of beauty.

It’s hard to explain why, but when you find a perfect spiral in a pair of sheep horns, or the elegant arcs of a catalina goat horn, or the smooth texture of an impalas horns, with delicate ridges, it is subtle, but it captivates my attention and makes me want to touch and feel.

And it makes me want to see others use them for costumes, fursuits and headdresses. I want to see them used, utilised and admired.

Antlers grow out each year and never look the same from year to year, and eventually fall off to regrow the following year, horns however grow during an animals entire life, but both leads to some amazing shapes.

In the beginning I attempted to make headdresses with real horns, but that turned out rather futile as horns can be quite heavy and rather dificult to handle. Also quite expensive.
So when I had the opportunity to make replicas of my horns arose, I wanted to share that with the world. Let others marvel in the beauty of horns and antlers with an affordable and lighter alternative that still offers the delicate texture of the originals.

That is what I want to give to the world.

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Rosehip jewelry

Handmade gemstone jewelry

Rosehip Jewelry is inspired by the natural beauty of gemstones and is designed with a modern woman in mind.

Every gem has a story to tell with its patterns, lines and inclusions – and so does every Rosehip Jewelry piece.

Versatile and timeless, Rosehip Jewelry designs will add a touch of effortless elegance and a modern edge to your style. These handmade pieces are to be enjoyed on any day and on any occasion!

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Some old, some new, some selfmade and some I have got

I am a Norwegian living in the town Drammen with my husband, close to the capital Oslo. My two grown-up daughters are about to leave for university.

I have had plenty of hobbies, most of them of the creative kind. My first sewing machine
was given to me when I was twelve years old, on the condition that I repaired my brothers’ jeans. I have always loved knitting, and the last few months I have started making jewellery, a hobby I also enjoyed as a teenager.

I have always taken good care of all my belongings and what I have inherited, but I appreciate that others will want to buy and use the shoes, scarfs, hats and other things that I no longer have any use of.

In additon to this Etsy shop I run a shop on a Norwegian website and spend much of my time constantly improving and updating both shops with new and…

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Icons of Kipple

Kipple is a term I stole from the Sci Fi author Philip K Dick. I use it to mean a collection of odd and somewhat useless stuff.

I first started making boxes in about 1987, at the time I was using soldered tin (from food tins) plaster, wax, drift-wood, resin and lead.

My whole artistic practice stopped for a while after college, struggling to find a way to survive, busy with a rather experimental pop promo company I started, and finally with the Cranes, the band I had been playing with.

After recording six albums with them, touring the world extensively and nearly 8 years had elapsed, I found that I had a huge cardboard box, filled to the brim with “weird shit that I had bought on tour”. Mostly from gas stations, sometimes from tourist shops you go to on your few hours off, and sometimes strange gifts from fans. “Welcome to Maryland” stickers, miniature water pistols, glow in the dark Virgin Mary’s, dice, cards, comics (in all languages) pens, skulls, scorpions in resin. ALL SORTS OF TRASH!

SO… one day I was going through it and realized that in a somewhat unfortunate and tacky way, it represented my memories of the last few years, and as such deserved better display. I acquired some simple wooden boxes, and stuck it all in. Not in any particular order, (I couldn’t remember exactly where or when some of it had come from anyhow ) just randomly. I was very happy with the result, and was struck by the complete picture each box gave. Buddha’s were next to Jesus’, rocks from Arizona were next to shells from Seattle, free toys from McDonald were next to plastic Eiffel towers.

Now you can have one!

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Professional Violinist and Visual Artist.

Studied music at high schools and multimedia and webdesign and ……
Been in the final of some art competitions and had some exhibitions in Sweden,Norway,Hungary,Germany,Denmark and some exposure in art magazines
Selling original traditional art and prints.
I also do commission work.

Contact also at my website or thru my fb page

My prints are printed and Hand signed ,
Professionally printed at with archival pigment ink on acid free 100% cottonrag 350gsm thick natural white really lovely
Hahnemuhle Museum Etching paper.
This paper is a bit expensive but it’s so worth it.
The quality of it really adds to the prints.


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