Friday, 19 April 2019

Homestead Shop

A bit of shameless self promotion on this post for my products I'm starting to sell online.

I started making some homestead and garden related products to sell after my mother got me to make a wooden potting tray because she could only find plastic ones online or in the shops to buy.

Wooden Potting Tray

When these started to sell well I decided to make a range of products that should hopefully make jobs easier, be nice to use and look good.



Check out my Etsy shop here or contact me if there is something specific you wanted making related to the homesteading lifestyle.

Harvest Basket

Garden Tote

Wooden Garden Tool Box

Jumbo Harvest Basket


All items are made by myself here on the homestead.

If you have any ideas on other products I could make and sell I'd love to hear from you!

16 comments:

  1. I do like the harvest baskets :-) Good luck with your Etsy shop.

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    1. I'm looking forward to using them this year. Always looking for ways to keep mud out the sink!

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  2. They all look so good.Love the wooden potting tray but one benefit of having two plastic potting trays is I can use them to stand big pots of tomatoes in to catch water in the greenhouse when they've finished being potting trays each year.

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    1. Plastic still has it's place, I have some trays to do that with, I'm trying not to buy too much more plastic. I do have a plastic one in the greenhouse and it has served me well, but I'll replace it with wood when it comes time to change I think.

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  3. I think they're brill Kev, good luck with the Etsy shop!

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    1. Thanks Sue. It's trying to find enough small incomes to keep working from home. Hopefully with these, some talks and some of my writing and a few other sources I should be able to scrape enough together to keep me at home!

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  4. Love your Etsy shop, your photo's are very good, love the tidy shed in the photo's. I hope they sell well, might suggest hubby get me a harvest basket for my birthday. Can I please put a link to this post on my blog, when I next do a plant/garden post.

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    1. Oh course! That would be lovely thank you! I must confess the shed is my mother's not mine though. Mine is far more messy!

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  5. oh kev these are wonderful! i want all of them! too bad you are across the big pond.

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    1. Yeah, shipping might put pay to that one! Pleased you like them though! Just need a few more ideas now!

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  6. I do like the harvest baskets too - looks like they might double as compost sieves....

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    1. I'm looking forward to using the prototypes to dry peas and bean pods in hung from the ceiling of my shed!

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  7. Would people buy something like your can rotation shelves? Is there a way to make them flat pack with super easy assembly? Lots of people live in these new build houses with hardly any storage for their kitchens

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    1. That's something I keep coming back to, but there is a surprising amount of work in them. I think I might look at this one in a bit more in detail in the winter, I think it's an idea that certainly has legs and I love to encourage food storage more! Thanks Sol.

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