One of the things I love about Facebook are the small businesses that have sprung up. It’s the perfect way for people to sell their wares, in addition to markets, Etsy and Made It stores. I wanted to share five of my favourite Facebook small businesses with you today. Hopefully you will share the love and let me know about your favourites below.
Five Facebook Businesses to Follow
I came across Forever Always at a local market a few months ago. They had an eclectic range of goods, from classic home wares to beautifully knitted scarves. I love their chalk board prints and ruffled pillow cases. They are open to taking custom orders for products. It is definitely worth liking their page to keep an eye on where they will be – their market stall is a feast for the eyes!
The Style Nest
The Style Nest is a brand new home wares business and only just launched. Owner Dani makes gorgeous cushions (and will source fabric to suit your taste) and designs wall art as well. She also carries a small range of knick knacks, including some very cute vases that are made from plastic, but look like china. No smashed vases ever again! Dani is currently running a competition (which closes this afternoon) so enter it quickly before you miss out.
Ana, ma Petit Tresor
While Ana, ma Petit Tresor, is usually a children’s clothing store, owner Anh also makes beautiful silk hair flowers and cool fabric infinity scarves for her adult customers. She has just enjoyed a fabulous trip to Japan where she went fabric crazy, so keep an eye on her store for special product releases, auctions and custom spots.
I have been following Ashloc Design‘s success for the past couple of years. Owner Kylie started making gorgeous polymer clay necklaces and has now expanded her range to include small dishes and bowls. One of her bowls was recently featured in Home Beautiful magazine. She’s stocked in some boutiques, but happily sells through Facebook.
Vintage Curls and Twirls
Vintage Curls and Twirls is a gorgeous little pop-up store that sells clothing, jewellery and clothes for kids. Like Ana, ma Petit Tresor above, some of the headbands, clips and necklaces would also be suitable for adults. The business is run by a gorgeous ‘fairy’ and her helpers. The in-store service is magical (with fairy wishes!) and I am sure the online service will be the same. Vintage Curls and Twirls recently won an award at The Royal Easter Show for the most beautifully decorated booth.
Do you have any Facebook businesses to share? I am looking forward to hearing about them!