Today is considered #SmallBusinessSaturday! Tattly is a small business and while it looks all shiny and easy, it’s not. Running a small business is a consistent cash flow battle. Small businesses like us don’t have marketing budgets to spread the word, we rely on happy customers to tell friends and for social media mentions.
Here are some of the small businesses I’d like to highlight and that deserve our support. (Please leave a comment if there’s another small business we should support this holiday season.)
We are Closed Mondays | Brooklyn made rope products by Bekka Palmer.
Gift items such as pins, patches, pencils etc by City of Industry.
Quiet Town | A husband and wife, Brooklyn run business selling beautiful shower curtains, bath rugs and more.
Various Keytags | Stock up on ready to go funny and punny keychains, or make your own.
Flavorpaper | The Flavorpaper team makes your wallpaper dreams come true. You will never look at a blank wall the same way again.
Recently | Your camera roll in a monthly magazine.
One Girl Cookies | The best small delicious cookies in all of Brooklyn. Their assorted boxes are a favorite go to gift of mine. Also, the owners are delightful humans.
Slowfactory | 100% clean and fair trade clothing, best known for printing high-resolution digital images from NASA on the highest quality natural Italian silks
Paper Jam Press | The coolest letterpress posters and apparel.
Hit Denim | Remarkable, generous people making high-quality jeans and reviving an entire town, doing so.
Boerum Frames | This is where I go when I need something framed. Jeff, the owner is a super kind and impressively talented human!
Please leave links to other small businesses that deserve our support in a comment below.