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2020 has been incredibly difficult for small business and many Americans in general. Some have lost their jobs and started side hustles such as Etsy shops to supplement their income. I am making a commitment to shop from small businesses as much as possible for my Christmas and birthday gifts. I’m sharing some Etsy gifts for her that I think anyone would love.
Note: All photos are owned by their respective shop owners. Click photo to visit their shops.
Floral state laptop or water bottle sticker: I think these state-shape stickers would make cute little stocking stuffers or a gift for a coworker. You could also use it to DIY a gift such as a water bottle.
Flower resin bookmark: This is another cute little gift for a friend or coworker or the book lover in your life. It would be perfect to gift along with a book. This shop offers different bookmark options and I’ve purchased several already as gifts this year.
Resin gold leaf clipboard: These clipboards are used to hold 4 by 6 inch photos. It would be cute to give to a friend along with your favorite photo of both of you.
Gesang flower coaster: I purchased this coaster for myself to place on my desk. It’s both functional and beautiful to look at. This shop’s packaging is also adorable!
Flower pendant necklace: Etsy is my favorite place to shop for jewelry gifts such as this. It’s made with pressed flowers and is on a silver-plated chain.
I have been pleased with my purchases from all of these small businesses. It is my goal to purchase as many gifts as possible from small shops such as these. Will you join me?
I also have an Etsy shop in which I make shadow boxes, ornaments, cups and more! These are some of my current listings:
Heart shaped flower shadow box:
Marette Flora is the founder of Floradise blog and personalized gift shop. Marette is a passionate storyteller and creator. She attended the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University and obtained a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communication.
She is passionate about creating helpful and meaningful things.