These gift guides are designed to help you shop intentionally for your people this year and to remind you that small businesses are the very best place to start. I believe they make our communities go round. The gifts you see here are from small businesses. They need us now more than ever and I’d love to see them thrive through the holiday season after a year of resilience and resourcefulness.
1 | Emily Jeffords is a painter and has both paintings and prints on her website. In addition to that, she offers hand-painted ornaments every single year and they sell out quickly.
2 | I discovered Studio Nom during the pandemic when one of my favorite Instagram accounts shared her work. I immediately fell in love. As a formal textile artist myself, her work speaks to my soul.
3 | I’ve loved Rebekka Seale’s work for years and I’ve watched her work evolve over time. Her latest pieces might be my favorite.
4 | Taylor Adams is a friend of mine and an incredible artist. Her work reminds me of the water and feels so calm and serene to take in.
Others I love | Revivalist South, The Landmark Project, Grown Wild Paper Co, Brooke Ashley, Jennifer Daily.
Lastly, if you are in the Greenville, SC area, I’d encourage you to shop at Makers Co., The Landmark Project Flagship store, and Given for more local artists. They all have an incredible selection.
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