Work from Home Directory: Gifts

 

Georgia Crafted

GA Crafted LogoOwner/Founder: Erin Zwigart

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Georgia Crafted is a local monthly subscription & gift box company promoting local Georgia companies. Each month they scour the state of Georgia looking for the best Georgia-made products, package them up into monthly “surprise” shipments for our subscribers and ship them to your doorstep. Each product is Georgia-made and categories include gourmet food, bath/body products, stationery, art, music and more. We are enabling folks to experience what Georgia is all about in a whole new way. In addition to our monthly boxes, we also offer an entire line of themed gift boxes for every day purchase. Have a gift you need to buy and love to shop local (but don’t have the time)? Then visit www.georgiacrafted.com and let them take care of your gift-giving needs!

 

Pitter Patter Threads

Owner: Ashley Jenney

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About: Personalized, handmade baby gift sets. When I became a mom I wanted my kids dress adorably, but didn’t want to pay boutique prices. I started making, monogramming and embroidering their clothes. After I realized a majority of my time was spent making gifts for friends, I decided it was time to start Pitter Patter Threads!

 

My Hello Designs

Owner: Jean Yahres

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Email: jean@myhellodesigns.com

About: Custom photo birth and adoption announcements, birthday invitations, onesie stickers, thank you cards, party printables, wall printables, and holiday cards. We also offer heat press shirts and clothing and monogrammed gifts. Will customize each product to suite your needs and vision!

 

 

 

 

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Alicia

A New Orleans girl turned Georgia peach and stay at home mom to 2 daughters. Before taking the leap into full time mothering, I worked at at an Atlanta-based advertising agency. I have lived in Smyrna for almost 10 years and am still not sure how I managed to find a job more chaotic and unpredictable than advertising.

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