Hi friends, today I want to share with you guys all the beautiful things made by hand that I discovered in São Luís do Paraitinga, SãoPaulo, Brasil.
In Brasil you will see a lot of shops that call ¨Barraca de Artesanato¨ this is a craft tent, or handcraft tent ….
The first shop that i see was the ¨Barraca de Artesanato Sao Miguel¨. It´s a very small shop that had a lot of tipical brazillian crafts, or handmade things.
The most tradicional product are the chickens fabric by woven cotton. You also find animals upon shells and sieves.
At that same store you also find wooden spoons and animals.
Another very interesting thing is the ¨peteca¨. A bag of sand with feathers that is used for a game.Wooden fixtures are also used if you want to create an environment ethnic in your home.
At the restaurant ¨Cantinho dos amigos¨ (corner of friends) you can buy pots made of clay and stone, and another things for decoration.
At the central market has many shops and there you find dishcloth embroidered with hand painted, and rag rugs, and hat with cloth flowers.
The hat and the carpet I would never buy, but the dish towel I have over twenty in my house.
At the shop ¨Chita Bonita¨ there is a lot of beautiful things…..Those basket for bread or fruit or decoration is very useful.
Here you can find flowers made of straw and cloth. And chickens of all sizes, colors and shapes.
At this store also has ¨peteca¨ and these are super pretty and colorful.
The last stop was at the store ¨Rê Decore¨ (Rê Decorate). At this store I spent almost two hundred U.S. dollars. I can tell because my husband don´t read my blog….kkkk
Here you can find furniture and frames made of iron and many owls made of fabric.
I loved this bed with cushion, bedspread and nightstand made of crochet!!!
At this store you can also find handmade products to save dishes, cups and towel.
And to finish a basket of bread with zipper and iron frame. I shop there two wooden frames, they have things with wooden.
I hope you guys enjoyed the Brazilian handicraft products.
See you later!!!!
I took all the pictures!