Presenting Your Local Philly Gift Guide

Curated by Ali King – Owner of Groundswell Greetings

Small Business Saturday is approaching, and with it the gifting season is apon us. To help make picking your holiday gifts a little easier, Ali King (owner of the Philly-based small biz Groundswell Greetings) is here to give you ideas for everyone in your life. Everything on this list can be found right in Philly, meaning it’s easy-peezy to get your hands on each item. Happy shopping my friends!

P.S. This post is in no way sponsored and smoorelovin receives no profit from any purchases made through this post.

Found-in-Philly gift ideas for the person in your life who loves…

…Dangly, jangly earrings

Keta Metals Ripple Jingles Earrings

…RBG-inspired Resistance

Dissent Collar Pin

…A Twist on the Classic

Jenny Lemons T from Miss Demeanor

…Portability and Pushing Norms

Radical Hearts Floral Tote

…Walnuts, Butter & Powdered Sugar

A Dozen Kurabyie from Vanilya Bakery on Passyunk

…Barely There Holiday Decor

This Proper Goods Himmeli Wreath

…A Just Because Bouquet

Snapdragon Flowers Local Delivery

…Fresh Feet

American Trench Silver Socks from Ps and Qs

…Houseplant Upgrades

Palmer Planter Company Gingham Collection

…Bespoke Eagles Fashion

Custom Stitched Gear by Happy Soul Handmade

…Giving More Than Getting

Habitat Philly’s ReStore Donations

…Toys Without Screens

Tildie’s Toy Box Gift Certificate

Thanks for reading and supporting the local small businesses and makers that give our city its delicious flavor! If you’re looking for the perfect card to go with your holiday gifts, check out Groundswell Greetings. In 2019 we’ll be moving our business to wholesale-only (selling to a growing list of independent regional stores!), but this is your last opportunity to get our Phillymade designs delivered right to your door. Follow us on Instagram if you’re curious about our next steps, and from all of us at Team GG, here’s wishing you a safe, healthy, and happy holiday season and new year! – Ali

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