Being that Thanksgiving already passed and after that the treacherous Black Friday, I just wanted to share some sites that will be providing amazing deals on their handmade shops for Shop Small Saturday.
What is Shop Small Saturday? According to American Express:
Small Business Saturday is a day dedicated to supporting small businesses across the country. Founded by American Express in 2010, this day is celebrated each year on the Saturday after Thanksgiving.
Why buy Handmade? Handmade is unique, made to order and is made with love and care rather than made in bulk in a manufacturing building.
Shop Small Saturday
In previous interviews of some entrepreneurs, we’ve gotten to know many amazing women that go above and beyond when it comes to their craft. We’ve visited with Kristin, owner of Nature Junkie, which specializes in handmade, eco-friendly and unique kitchen unsponges, unpaper towels and other kitchen products.
**Read her feature HERE on my site.
The reason why I’m mentioning this entrepreneur is because she generously set up a Facebook Group where 30+ handmade shops have come together to provide 30% off for Shop Small Saturday.
To check out all the participating shops and get some great deals, check out the group here: Shop Small
Pelhuaz by Red’s Shop Small Saturday
Another awesome womanpreneur offering amazing deals if you are looking for unique apparel, take a visit to Pelhuaz, whose designer, Zeide, takes pride in designing jewelry, totes and apparel for you and your family. She too has a Facebook group for today with the offers. Check her out here: Shop Small by Pelhuaz.
If you are home right now trying to avoid long lines and the cold weather, just sit back and relax at home while checking out some amazing womenpreneurs’ shops and checking off your Christmas list while shopping for your loved ones. Let’s support our handmade shops and buy unique gifts for your loved ones.
Do you prefer shopping online or at a store front? Do you prefer gifting handmade or manufactured? Please comment below and if you like the shops, feel free to share with others.
**Read other featured womanpreneur stories HERE.