With the holidays right around the corner, it’s time to plan. In this post we review Christmas and holiday themed items from black owned brands. These include tree decorations and Christmas stockings, clothing, and goods for serving, entertaining, and gift wrapping. Greeting cards and pieces for celebrating Kwanzaa are also included. See the companies and product links below for more details.
Decorations and Tree Ornaments
- Africaboutik offers a red African continent holiday tree ornament.
- Cultural Interiors offers various tree ornaments including a blue luster bulb, and a bronze luster bulb, large and small. A selection of standing angels in curls, swirl, and standing are also offered.
- Decortege offers a pack of Ankara print decorative tree ornaments. African themed wreaths are also offered.
- In Sew Far offers a selection of large and handmade Christmas stockings in various fabrics.
- KaAn’s Designs offers lined holiday stockings in red/black or black/white.
- xNasozi offers a large holiday stocking made of mud-cloth, indigo, and leather.
- Afrikrea offers holiday sweatshirts and dresses for women. Holiday sweatshirts are also available for men. In addition, children’s holiday tee shirts are sold.
- Greentop Gifts offers a selection of “black Santa” apparel. These include unisex tee and sweatshirts for adults. Items also include a tee shirt for toddlers and infant onesie.
- KaAn’s Designs offers an “I’m going to tell Santa” long sleeved tee shirt and a sweat shirt for adults.
- The Dyna Smiles offers an assortment of Christmas themed items including holiday tee and sweatshirts for men and women. Tee shirts for children are also available.
- April & Olivia offers a variety of Christmas greeting card sets. Most are sorority (Alpha Kappa Alpha) themed. Others can be personalized with names.
- Ayana Mack offers a variety pack of festive greeting cards.
- Art and Ambition offers a set of “Hope Christmas” cards.
- Cee Cee‘s Closet offers a selection of festive and culturally relevant greeting cards.
- Pardon My Fro offers a selection of holiday greeting cards.
- Real Chaostoon offers diverse and culturally relevant greeting cards.
- Shadrieka offers a selection of greeting cards based on artwork from “A child’s book of prayers and blessings.”
- Special Touch Designs offers a selection of Christmas cards infused with African wax print.
- The Dyna Smiles offers a selection of Christmas themed greeting cards.
- Tiara Smith Designs offers a Tia Christmas notecard set.
- April & Olivia offers set of Kwanzaa cards that can be personalized with names.
- Art to Light offers a decorative Kwanzaa themed wall and light switch plate.
- Cultural Interiors offers a Kwanzaa Kinara kit that includes the unity cup.
- Special Touch Designs offers a “Happy Kwanzaa” greeting card.
- Woodcrafts by Obanion offers Kinara Kwanzaa candle holders in wood and various colors.
Serving and Entertaining
- B. Smith offers an assortment of serve ware such as 3-tiered items.
- BeSpoke Binney offers a selection of festive African print aprons, oven gloves, and mitts.
- Lakay Designs offers a variety of colorful aprons in African prints including dashiki themed.
- Reflektion Design offers red, black, and green woven Kenyan baskets that can be used to display and store small items (e.g., chocolate or mints).
- Royal Jelly Harlem offers colorful aprons in their accessories section, such as the “pom pom apron” in red, black, and green.
- Greentop Gifts offers an array of black Santa wrapping paper along with gift labels.
- Joon Africa offers various types of wrapping paper in a red dashiki, and green mudcloth designs.
- Khristian A. Howell offers a selection of wrapping paper in various designs including holiday themed.
- Llulo – offers Ankara wrapping paper on satin finished paper.
In reviewing these companies and products, I hope you find holiday goods that work for you. Also, Shop with Leslie offers extra content on Patreon to enhance your shopping experience. Depending on the nature of the post, you will find additional information about the companies, products, product use, pricing, fabrics, and more. Check us out at this link on Patreon. Subscriptions help support our efforts, and involve a nominal cost.
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