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Mother’s Day Gift Guide

With Mother’s Day less than two weeks away, here are some gifts I love that support small independent businesses…

With Mother’s Day less than two weeks away, here are some gifts I love that support independent businesses that need our help right now. You can support small artists, makers, and shops with these…

Manu Manu interlocking vase ($80) – I love this take on a bud vase with the symbolic two pieces that fit together making it extra special for Mom.

Love Like a Mother tee ($38) – 100% of profits from this tee, in partnership with Alliance of Moms, will support and provide critical services and programming for resilient young moms in foster care as they persist, rebuild, heal, and thrive.

Alma Jumpsuit ($175) – The jumpsuit’s timeless design transcends seasonal trends, offering a wardrobe staple that can be worn for years to come, reducing the need for fast fashion consumption. These pieces are made to order and will take 30 days, so you can include a photo for Mom letting her know it’s on its way!

Midland Shop Candle ($44) – For the Mom that loves a great candle, this series offers warm and nature-inspired scents she’ll love.

Travel Containers by Cadence (from $66) – for the Mom that loves to travel, these are my favorite! You can order the sizes and quantities you need of these refillable travel containers and choose which custom labels are best for you (or her).

Golden Yarrow Blanket ($95) – To keep by the couch, on the bed, or by her favorite comfy chair, this colorful and cozy blanket makes for a beautiful gift she’ll love!

Jenny Lemons Hair Claw ($24) – If she loves a fun (and quirky) accessory, these hair claws come in a bunch of fun fruits, veggies, and other foods!

Julia Vaughn necklace ($78) – If she loves a piece of jewelry she can add to any everyday outfit, Julia Vaughn’s vintage-inspired jewelry are some of my go-to’s for some extra glam that’s also so easy to wear!

Oh Joy! for Casetify (from $68) – independent artists and designers (like me) work with Casetify as a platform for their artwork on items that the everyday person loves to use. Whether it’s my design or someone else’s, a small indie business is benefitting when you shop one of their collaborations.



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