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Creative Art Canvas

Home & Garden, Decor, Arts & Crafts
Women Owned
Discover the unique items that CreativeArtCanvas creates.

Ella Belle Candle Co.

Home & Garden, Candles
Handmade, Women Owned
Ella Belle Candle Co. is a local, small business established in 2016. We specialize in making hand poured, scented soy candles and home fragrance products in small batches. Located in Elkridge, Maryland.

Geaux Naturelle

Health & Beauty, Bath & Body, Home & Garden, Candles
Women Owned, Handmade, Natural
All natural candles that can be used on the skin as a moisturizer.

Aba Love Apothecary

Health & Beauty, Skincare, Beardcare, Wellness, Home & Garden, Home Fragrance
Women Owned, Free Shipping
African American business owner Aba Gyepi-Garbrah is a Certified Aromatherapist. Gyepi-Garbrah founded Aba Love Apothecary, one of the top-notch black-owned skincare brands. The love of plant medicine led her to a discovery of the uses of exotic flowers and precious oils in skincare. In this journey, she also came across sacred woods and resins. She mined the beneficial ingredients from these materials. Gyepi-Garbrah received professional training from the New York Institute of Aromatics, where she cultivated her skills in olfactory art. She also studied natural healing through the senses. Aba chooses its ingredients based on energetics and beneficial healing properties. She is also a stickler for aromatic harmony and purity and uses only genuine essential oils, absolutes, resins, plant and seed oils. Aba Love Apothecary offers a unique brand of self-care designed to lift people in ways they can both see and feel. This black-owned business is here to change the way you experience skincare.

Addictive Apothecary

Health & Beauty, Bath & Body, Skincare, Personal Fragrance, Home & Garden, Candles, Fashion, Clothing, Tees, Women’s
Free Shipping, Ships Internationally, Women Owned, Handmade
Addictive Apothecary is a family-based black-owned business. Owner Millicent Richardson created it because her daughter wanted more mommy-daughter time, and she asked if they could make candles together. Richardson was always buying candles and was often unhappy with them. Much research went into learning the process of candle making. The newly-minted African American business owner also had to find quality suppliers in order to ensure that her candles were several notches above others on the market. The mommy-daughter team started giving the candles away as gifts, then the pair took to selling them at their local flea market for fun. The candles soon came into high demand. Friends and family members began to place orders for gifts. Then it appeared that the word was getting about their candles. The rave started, and Addictive Apothecary was born. The company has expanded, and now sells body-care products as well.

Adia Jamille

Home & Garden, Decor, Parenthood, Fashion, Clothing, Childrens, Accessories, Scarves, other, Office, Paper & Stationery, Other
Women Owned
Adia Jamille is one of our unique black-owned companies. Its owner carries the same name. Jamille has been creating from a very young age. It’s the one thing that has always been natural for her. Throughout her lifetime, she has explored various art forms. She tried drawing, painting, etc. The one that speaks most to her soul is fiber arts. Growing up, her mother was an avid quilter, and she also sewed a lot of Jamille’s clothing. These processes were always interesting to Jamille. Still, it wasn’t until college that she found her calling in the fiber arts. Jamille spent hours honing her craft and eventually very good at embroidery, weaving, and screen printing. Later she learned that her enslaved ancestors worked on indigo plantations. The African American business owner now realized why she had such an affinity for the fiber arts. Adia Jamille produces quality home goods, accessories, and gifts in pursuit of her passion.

Africa Boutik

Home & Garden, Decor, Furniture, Other, Fashion, Clothing, Women’s, Accessories, other
Ships Internationally, Women Owned
Africaboutik.us is a black-owned business operating online under the helm of Ghanaian-German designer and fashion blogger MsK NY. Five years ago, MsK started her fashion blog African Prints in Fashion (APiF). She has since expanded it to a lifestyle brand with over 350,000 followers worldwide. MsK studied English, German, and Politics. She then did some Journalism training after College. She currently works as Marketing Director for an IT company. She says her love for writing and the experience she’s gained in marketing have helped to grow the blog. Her passion and experience have also helped to build APiF and to make it the iconic black-owned clothing brand that it is today. MsK says, “Fashion can be very repetitive. So African designers and the African Fashion industry are injecting new creativity and perspectives.”

Good Thoughts Tea Co

Home & Garden, Home Fragrance, Food & Beverage, Coffee & Tea
Natural, Women Owned
We are an all natural loose leaf tea company that is centered around the healing properties of herbs. Our main goal is to help heal from the inside out all while reawakening the conversation and experience of tea. Started in 2014 by Ebone’ McCloud, we are located in and operate from Chicago.

HEY SIS!

Hair & Headwear, Accessories, Home & Garden, Decor, Other, Fashion, Clothing, Tees, Women’s, Accessories, Handbags, other, Office, Paper & Stationery, Notebooks, Miscellaneous
Women Owned, Made in America
HEY SIS | Lifestyle meet apparel brand that promotes wellness through the mind, body, & spirit. Made in Los Angeles, CA. Created by a Black Girl.

AFROTHREADS

Hair & Headwear, Accessories, Home & Garden, Decor, Fashion, Clothing, Women’s, Accessories, Scarves, Lifestyle, Wedding, Holidays
Free Shipping, Luxury, Ships Internationally, Women Owned, Family Owned, Handmade
AFROTHREADS™ is more than an online fabric store—we aim to preserve and promote authentic African art and culture. Did you know that the majority of “African prints” on the market are not actually designed or made by Africans? To combat this, we have partnered with artisans and companies from different parts of the continent in order to share the history, technique, and meaning behind a variety of handmade and printed African fabrics. We encourage creativity and cultural appreciation: with knowledge and respect, anyone can proudly own, wear, and create with African prints and textiles. As Afro-diasporans, we are always looking for more ways to incorporate African art into both our wardrobes and our homes. Shop our growing collection of accessories and decor, which highlights the beauty and versatility of different African fabrics. We also strive for zero waste of these precious materials. We recycle leftover fabric whenever possible, and we are happy to collaborate with and/or donate to other creatives. Please contact us if interested!