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The Black-Owned Mother’s Day Gift Guide

Mother’s Day is next month on May 12th and we want all of our mommas to shine but we want to support our Black-owned and operated businesses too. When you purchase one of these products, you will be supporting a Black business. If you have a business that you want to be featured in one of our upcoming gift guides, be sure to email us on our webpage.

Take a look at these Bluetooth headsets with BLING! The company is called Stylag and they offer several styles of wireless earbuds on their website ranging from $35 – $55 (30% off).

EMME CADEAU

EmmeCadeau.com

These well-made shoes are from a Black-owned female company and the styles are just lovely. If your mother is a fashionista, this is the gift that will keep her in style for years to come. Shoes range from $250-$300. Sign up with your email address and get 10% off.

ENTREPRENEURS COLOR TOO

EntrepreneursColorToo.com

We all have a little kid in us and Entrepreneurs Color Too is an adult coloring book company that creates books to promote self-care through coloring. Coloring helps to relieve stress and for a mother that is creative, this is the perfect gift. The coloring books are $8.95 on Amazon,com.

ALMA ROSE BAGS

AlmaRoseBags.com

Alma Rose is Black-owned and operated. This bag can be the ultimate purse or the diaper bag of all diaper bags. I love it as an over-sized purse and you know what they say, “The bigger the purse, the smaller the hips!” These bags are currently on sale for $60. That’s a steal.  

Metta has products to reduce stress and to bring a sense of peace to women with their aromatherapy products, candles, body creams, and essential oils. You can help mom to relax with this therapeutic gift, which prices range from $20 and up. 

Anatta essential oils will bring aromatherapy to the next level. These organic oils are great for diffusers and plugins because they are all natural and mom won’t have to worry about breathing in unwanted chemical additives. Prices range from $12 to $75.

This is a great gift for a lactating mommy. It’s called, “The Go Pillow” and it was designed to be a comfortable and private way to nurse your baby in public. Think of it as a Boppy™ and a coverup built in one. When your child grows older it makes the perfect portable napping mat and pillow. It is available for $45 on Amazon.com.

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