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Black-owned Etsy Shops

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Sandra and Jennifer Mapp of Kindred Essence

Whether you’re looking for a good-smelling grooming kit for the guy in your life or a sweetly spiced seasonal candle to set the tone for down-time at home, there’s an affordable, aromatic gift in the Kindred Essence line to melt the heart and pamper the senses.

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5-Star Finds Made by Inspiring Black Creatives

From breathtaking hand-painted portraits to comforting self-care staples, Etsy shoppers are swooning over 5-star-rated designs from these Black-owned shops. Read on to discover 22 gems getting rave reviews from the community—and get to know a talented creator or two while you’re at it.

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The Gee’s Bend Quilters

Discover and own a one-of-a-kind quilt from the women of Gee’s Bend, a rural, Black community in Alabama. Their works are currently in the permanent collections of over 20 museums and—for the first time!—are available for purchase online.

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Casey Alberti of Sweet Home Alberti

Hand-knotted from a rainbow of fibers, the hanging planters and twisting tapestries from this Washington state-based artist are designed to brighten our lives and living spaces. “For me, color really is everything,” says Casey. “It’s how we describe personalities and moods, and how we create the vibes of our homes.”

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Create a space that's all your own

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Melissa Koby of M. Koby Art

Let the pieces from this Miami-based illustrator serve as a powerful reminder that art can make any space happier and homier. “Everything I create is based on my mood and emotions at the time,” says Melissa. “I’m able to translate what I feel to imagery, and there’s real intention and meaning behind every drawing.”

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The Gullah Weavers

Made entirely with locally harvested sweetgrass, pine needles, bulrush, and palmetto, each intricately stitched Gullah basket is the result of centuries of skill passed down through generations of families in South Carolina’s Lowcountry. Read on to learn more about these talented artisans—and discover the opportunity to own a distinct piece of history.

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Ama Schulman of All Very Goods

Fueled by her passion for storytelling, this D.C.-based artist has created a bold, brightly-colored collection of bandanas, prints, and totes decorated with meaningful designs that seek to answer the question, “What if representation wasn’t an issue?”

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Dana Osadebe of Love Is My Protest

For this London-based designer, the key to self-care is having a welcoming space to plan your days, organize your thoughts, and work through your feelings—and her line of planners and journals are filled with pages and prompts to help you do just that. “I want my products to give everyone a soft, safe place to express themselves,” Dana says.

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In search of even more incredible Black-owned shops?

We’ve got you covered! Our community of handmade and vintage sellers is passionate about creating, connecting, and building their businesses. Explore the Black-owned Shop’s Favorites page now to show your support for talented people all over the world.

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