Shop Small Business by Crafts People for the Holidays

Small Business Saturday is an American shopping holiday held on the Saturday after U.S. Thanksgiving during one of the busiest shopping periods of the year. First observed on November 27, 2010, it is a counterpart to Black Friday and Cyber Monday, which feature big box retail and e-commerce stores respectively.

Look around your home. Look at what you’re wearing. Most of your daily necessities -- like furniture, home decor, your backpack -- can likely be made by someone by an artist or craftsmen.   As you shop Small Business Saturday, consider gifting products made in the USA. For many craftspeople, it’s about creating high-quality and sustainable products, and pouring their passion into every single good.  

Here are just a few other artists or crafts people you can purchase from on Small Business Saturday. . . .

Burly Chic/Dana McNamee

Blending Rustic with Pretty

Bob Dickey/Woodn’t It Be Nice

Jewlery & Keepsake Boxes

Luke Proctor/Luke Proctor Blacksmith



Jean Smaglik Wells/Jean’s Clay Studio

Comtemporary Stoneware Pottery

Danial Bennett/DBennett Pottery



Tony Casper/Tony Casper Photography


Jim Becia/Spirit Light Photography


William Lemke/Bill Lemke Photography


Michael Anderson/Different By Design Today

Unexpected & recycled materials used to create texture & dimension with the combination of colors to create the spark. Paper, wire, beads and other unexpected materials create the two dimensional collage, framed art.

Donna Sauers/Donna Sauers Designs


Andy Van Schyndle/Wagalabagala

Fantasy Painting

Barbara Hayden/Barbara Hayden Fine Art


Vinnie Sutherland/Vinnie's Metalwork


Have fun shopping small business!



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