A new line of message pillows as well as home decor throw pillows have launched at FamilyGiftsbyKat on Etsy, just in time for the Christmas gift season.
“Many of the pillows would make a unique, cute gift,” says Kathy Heshelow, founder and designer. “We are adding new designs each week as well, based on what people are asking for.”
Message pillows include themes of relaxing, hanging out, being grateful, best grandma ever, etc. Designed pillows include art that Kathy created and sells on canvas, uploaded to pillows as well as designs about Paris, Christmas, Hanukkah, dogs, hearts for the tween, as well as solids, etc.
The quality pillows are stuffed and sewn, made of soft broadcloth, come in four sizes and are made to order swiftly.
The color palette ranges from simple patterns, like plaids and polka dots, to intricate paintings and solids.
“Throw pillows can change the look and feel of an entire room,” says Heshelow. “It is like a scarf or accessory a woman chooses to give definition to her look and outfit. Or it’s like a painting or piece of art, that can add so much to a room – elevate it – through it’s feel, warm or cool colors and theme.”
Heshelow also offers other items at FamilyGiftsbyKat, including unbreakable serving platters in various designs; a range of precious message card jewelry for her; the stand-by gift of coffee mugs with messaging; and Christmas ornaments. Ornaments include round ceramic and engraved crystal. Heshelow also sells her art on an Etsy art store, which includes canvas and printables. She is rated an Etsy “star seller” on that site.
FamilyGiftsbyKat is a relatively new and growing store, and will continue to grow designs and products in the months to come. Heshelow takes requests for personalization or a new design through the Etsy messaging platform.
This Christmas, people are encouraged to shop early, due to an overload and slowdown in the postal system and supply chains.
Family Gifts by Kat
Family Gifts by Kat
11125 Park Boulevard North
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