Try a visit, and leave a message to compliment these Etsy entrepreneurs and help their products reach the Etsy front page (promotes their sales and helps them wend their way through these perilous economic days) -- it would be a good deed for the day! And you might find you'd like to purchase some of these goodies, anyway.
And you can also visit Lydia Smiles, of Faulkner, Mississippi, to peruse her exquisite porcelain drinking cups and hand harvested and dyed chinaberry beads, a deeply historical Southern adornment generations old in her family, something I have searched for a long, long time and at last have found! Do note, that's Faulkner, Mississippi, for a fine literary connection, as well. I plan to wear my chinaberry beads this summer, and go back to reading Mr. William Faulkner, myself! The town of Faulkner is in Tippah County, not Yoknapatawpha County, which is purely fictional, but so truly created that it does seem to exist. I have been there, myself, having grown up in the deep south. Read and recognize . . .