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Hand Picked This Week From Our Collection

Every week we hand-pick some of the best new handmade items from our collection!!!

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Buy directly from someone who put their heart and soul into making something special.

New Arrivals

Goods and services, brought to you by the largest community of talented migrant and refugee women entrepreneurs in Australia
Big basket
$50.00 inc. of tax
Store:  Tiravioleta
0 out of 5
Store:  Tiravioleta
0 out of 5
Crochet basket
$40.00 inc. of tax
Store:  Tiravioleta
0 out of 5
Macrame Cactus Wall Hanging
$54.70$55.00 inc. of tax
Store:  Lennon+me
5 out of 5

Powered by Migrant Women in Business

When you shop with Made By Many Hands, you uncover an online marketplace unlike any other. 
With each store being owned by a migrant woman, Made By Many Hands provides the infrastructure to empower female entrepreneurs to interact directly with their customers and to take ownership of their profit.
So every time you purchase from Made By Many Hands, you’re making a difference to the life of a migrant woman making her way in Australia. Discovering the ideal birthday gift or ultimate home décor item in the process? We’d call that a win win.


Corporate Gifting Program

As we approach the end of a second year of lockdowns and travel restrictions, there are a few themes that resonate with us when it comes to gifting: self care, global flavours, and projects to keep us busy. Acknowledging this, we present to you a range of gifts and hampers imbued with these themes, and … read more

Meet our Sellers: Konjo Mama

“Education is just in my blood. So, anyone doing work experience in our food truck will also be learning. Whether it’s how to make coffee or how to interact with clients, it really is all about education, and having fun!” – Caroline McLaren At Made By Many Hands, all our sellers are special. But Caroline … read more

Meet Our Sellers: Handez

“My father taught me how hard it is to make money, but how important it is to work at something you love.” – Daniela Hernandez If you’ve ever rummaged through your handbag to discover a half-eaten muesli bar, or tossed it onto the back seat only to have it land in a pool of sand, … read more