^ Federal Way craftsman Kyle Schumacher’s stained glass “holiday lights” offer a festive look that doesn’t require spending hours on a ladder in the rain. Choose a mix of colors or opt for a chic monochromatic vibe. $5 per bulb (wire and suction cups provided). Blue Fish Studios; bluefishstudios.etsy.com. Also available at Two Tartes Cafe in Georgetown, Essential Baking Company in Wallingford and Irwin’s Neighborhood Bakery & Cafe in Green Lake.
> Husband-and-wife team Lynette and Marc Vertoch (owners of Madrona gift shop Cameos & Crowns) design soft, absorbent Egyptian cotton flour sack dish towels using nontoxic, water-based inks. Prints are reproduced from vintage artwork with subtle seasonal nods, such as this charming bewreathed moose. $12 each. Cameos & Crowns, 1137 34th Ave.; 206.462.1206; cameosandcrowns.etsy.com
v Working out of a West Seattle studio, craftswoman Valerie Lloyd has an eye for sparkly treasures. Her impeccably handmade jumbo acorn ornaments hark back to childhood craft parties spent covered in glitter and Mod Podge. Ornaments come in two sizes and assorted seasonal colors, perfect for displaying from Halloween through the new year. $13.50. Smile Mercantile; smilemercantile.etsy.com