I have set up last week a mini shop on etsy and was sending my french customers who wanted fairies there, but i always tend to forget that most french don't understand a word of english and they came back to me a bit grumpy that they didn't know how to use the site.
But European crafters, we have now our little competitor called DAwanda of the big Etsy, in english, german , and french...Just like Europe it is friendly but a bit confusing. Your products can feature in the homepage but will only appear in the country section of the language you have registered them, and you may have them in all the countries you wish but you have to do the translation yourself...hum hum, not sure i can still count up to ten in german...
The people who have set up this site are quite friendly and need as much feedback as they can get, the site being just about a month old.So contrary to etsy it is free to regiter items, for now until they get successfull, and they just take a comission on the sales.
You can click on the picture to go to my "european" shop and visit dawanda to maybe set a shop of your own;)