After all the chaos and pre dawn shopping of black Friday why not unwind with a bit of small business shopping.  Small business Saturday was created two years ago by American Express to promote consumers shopping smaller locally owned businesses.  Almost every town has the great little mom and pop stores, bakeries, salons, and so many more great little gems that not only are a staple of the town,  but offer more personal service than the big chain stores.  Another great way to support individual businesses is to shop local flee markets and craft fairs where a lot of vendors set up shop.  Online is always a great option too.  Places like Ebay, Etsy, Retrophoria and Artfire are full of small business who offer all kinds of sales and promotions for the holiday season.  Check out a few of the great shops below.

NorthlineDesigns offers a whole shop section
full of Holiday sales! Perfect for any vintage lover. 
Check out
 for great deals.


Need a gift for a girl who's all about glamour? 
Chec out Moon Shine Baby Creations at 
for fabulous one of a kind accessories.

Have a foodie friend that would love
some yummy, fresh baked bread?  Check
out Edens Touch Bread at
for bacon cheddar, cinnamon bread, gluten free bread
and many other delicious loaves. Or visit


Want to give the gift of some nice, warm, cozy, knit socks? 
Check out Knit Around The House
for snuggly wool sock in lots of colours.


Or even get your own home ready for
the holidays with a gorgeous new area
rug.  Carpet Tile Superstore offers great
prices on gorgeous rugs.  I can attest to their 
wonderful customer service, super fast shipping 
 and beautiful products. Visit
to see all the lovely home decor items they have to offer.

1/18/2013 04:23:50 am

For vintage items I prefer


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