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Holiday Gift Guide 2018: Small Business Saturday

Holiday gift ideas from small business owners - love these!
Get ready to go down the Etsy rabbit hole! When it comes to giving gifts, nothing can beat handmade or homemade. Here are just a few of my top gift picks starting at just $10 in honor of Small Business Saturday. I'd love to know your favorite small businesses to follow in the comments.



1. Shining Light Dolls Our Lady of Guadalupe: My sister's first doll is still one of her best sellers! Easy to see why. Adorable, safe for all ages and collectible.

2. Nickel & Suede Earrings: I love following One Little Momma on Instagram, from updates on her growing jewelry business to her growing family. Love her style!

3. SweetMintHandmade Mug: For teachers and co-workers and girlfriends, nothing beats a message mug! Add hot cocoa or tea for a custom gift.

4. AndOtherAdventures Embroidery Pattern: Note that this is just a pattern, but I have a few talented friends who I know would love to make this design come to life.

5. Stamped and Finch Pine Necklace: The prettiest everyday jewelry.

6. ElemenOPillows: Who doesn't love buffalo check!? Pick your size and color to get just the right look.

7. Peony Print by Kim Myers Smith: Etsy makes owning original art totally accessible. Start your friend's collection with a pretty painting like this one.

8. Handmade Wood Measuring Ruler for Kids: I feel like these growth charts are trendy but timeless. What a great gift for new parents!

9. Eloeil Handmade Clay Rainbow: Okay I might just order one of these for myself. I've been charmed by these simple, beautiful designs for a long time. Hope you're reading, Santa!

10. Cactus Print by Wilder California: Brighten a wall with these enchanting cactus prints. I love the colors this would add to any wall.

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