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The 5 Best Places to Shop on Small Business Saturday

November 9, 2018
Store owner showing jewelry to two women.

These small businesses near ROSS’ apartments in Hyattsville have beautiful baubles and unique gifts for sale.

This Small Business Saturday, check out these Hyattsville stores, which have some of the most creative items on the market. Purchase new handmade jewelry, an upcycled accessory, some custom sneakers, or an art piece that’s uniquely you. These gifts are so good they’ll soon be decorating all of the apartments in Hyattsville.

Ellehcor Boutique

If you’ve been looking for the perfect pair of Louboutin’s at a less bank-breaking price, this is the place. Hyattsville’s premiere clothing boutique, Ellehcor offers a wide range of styles, seasons, and cuts. Looking for a complementary accessory? Head over to …

Fleisher’s Jewelry

Fleisher’s is a historical jeweler that is known for excellent service. Choose any of their vintage rings, both silver and gold, with a variety of gems. Currently in their collection: garnet, amethyst, diamond, emerald and pearl. In addition to their selection of ready-to-wear rings and their customer jewelry creation business, Fleisher’s displays its own small collection of artwork. Lucky for you, they’re for sale this Small Business Saturday! Photographs, paintings, and sculptures by local artists can all be yours.

Little INKPLAY Shop

This personalized studio is the imagination of notable DC artist, Imani K. Brown, come to life. As a tattoo artist and illustrator focusing on the Kawaii style, Brown is a force of creative energy all her own on Hyattsville’s art scene. Pick up a 90-day journal for your daughter or your just-too-cute coworker. Large swathes of Brown’s work will be on display for the public’s viewing and inspiration. Ask her what DIY projects you can start on today! Speaking of DIY…

Community Forklift

This reduce-reuse-recycle spot isn’t just doing Small Business Saturday, they’re creating their own new day: Green Friday! Instead of doing your regular Black Friday shopping at packed malls and buying expensive tech products, come on by Community Forklift and learn how to make gifts from scratch; think coasters, wreaths, and reclaimed signs. For the kids, there’ll be face painting and photographs with Santa.

Three Little Birds

Yet another awesome project-to-be, Three Little Birds’ delightful and cheery fabrics may just be the starting point for your next sewing adventure. Embroidery kits with sassy sayings round out their lineup of products. And if you’re just a beginner, don’t worry. They’ve got classes that will teach you everything you need to know. Do you have a young seamstress or tailor in the house? Give them the gift of knowledge this holiday season with a guided sewing class.

The Hyattsville Arts District has certainly earned its title, and each of these small businesses offers its own creative take. Show your appreciation for your town this Small Business Saturday and stop by. After all, they’re just a block away from the ROSS apartments in Hyattsville. If you need a new locale as much as you need some new swag, take a tour today!