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Top Christmas Gifts of 2018 Made by Latinas

Still looking for that perfect Christmas present that celebrates Latina culture?

You’re in luck. Here are some great options that also support Latina entrepreneurs.

NiDeAquiNiDeAlla Designs by Tatiana Saracho feature adorable, quirky and affordable hand made costume jewelry.

Check out her shop on etsyl

Be a hit with these hand crafted soaps, body scrubs, lotions and lip balms from Cassava Bath & Body. Cuban-Mexican Marianela Valdes’s creations are inspired by Cuba’s rich culture, lush paradise, & tropical fruits.

Visit her online tropical paradise here.

You can’t go wrong with these fun, witty bags by Anda Pa’l. Creator and fellow coffee addict Rita Cidre shares Puerto Rican culture and nostalgia with her designs. My favorite is cucumber one.

Drop by her website here and pick up a few!

I’m not a gambling woman, but I’ll bet there is a little girl in your life who would LOVE these mouse ears by Chasing Camilla. Founder Melissa Rojas has a plethora of the cutest serape inspired clothes and accessories.

Visit Chasing Camilla here and pick up a gift or 10.

I am in total awe of Macy Calder’s gorgeous and unique creations for her jewelry brand, emme. My favorite is the mom ring seen above.

Visit emme today and find a gift for your favorite Latina, even if that’s YOU!

I’m pretty sure you have an amiga who would love this Juevona keychain from Candy’s Kloset. This is only one of many cool gifts by creator, Jeanette Castro.

Check out Candy’s Kloset here to find the perfect gift.

Got someone who wants sugarfree, vegan and organic? Look no further, Energia Artesanal by 25 year-old entrepreneur, Isable Hurtado has you covered. 

Visit her site knowing you will leave drooling over all her goodies.

If you are looking for the perfect Christmas card to give your loved ones, you HAVE to check out Widy Cat. Founder Widad Franco, creates greeting cards, prints, and decor items in paper, wood and fabric which are sold in boutique stores and craft markets around New York City.

Hop on over to her site and find your favorite card.

Wrapping It Up

Yes, that was a pun. 

A bad pun, but a pun nonetheless.

Who am I missing on this list?

Also, don’t be surprised if you get chosen to receive a gift from one of these shops just for commenting!

12 Responses

  1. I really like the hand-crafted soaps from Cassava Bath & Body. I bet they smell amazing! And those Artisan Marmalade’s have me drooling. I love that they are sugar free and organic. These are all great gift ideas!

  2. Wow… these are all great gifts and I love those delicious looking marmalades! I will have to drop by and check out several listed above as they are unique and so very pretty… oh and delicious looking!

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