Shopping The Traveled Lane This Holiday Season
Why support local businesses with your holiday shopping? First, you can find unique gifts that you won’t find anywhere else, to the delight of your recipients. Having a friend or family member unwrap something truly thoughtful and meaningful is a gift for the giver, as well. Second, spending your money locally and small keeps small businesses and local makers in business!
How to buy from The Traveled Lane this holiday season:
For retail orders, my cutoff date to receive custom designs is December 12. I will take orders after this date but can’t guarantee that they’ll arrive by Christmas. If you’re ordering after December 12th (for both retail and wholesale), please email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) before placing any orders!
For local shops in NH, MA and ME for wholesale orders I will get re-orders refilled on an as-needed and first-come, first-serve basis up until Christmas. (Obviously, sooner is better for any orders!)
Your best bet for individual gift shopping: Buy my items in local shops! The retailers who carry my items also carry SO many other beautiful and meaningful locally-made gifts to meet all of your shopping needs.
Are you planning to spend locally and shop small this holiday season? If so, we’re all in luck, because the Traveled Lane’s products can be purchased at several small businesses!
For our literary coasters or ornaments:
Gibson’s Bookstore, Concord, NH
For our New Hampshire map-based coasters and ornaments:
Marketplace New England in Concord, NH
Concord Handmade in Concord, NH
Pop of Color in Manchester, NH
Local in Pittsfield, NH
Maine map-based coasters and ornaments:
Blue Whale Trading Company in Kennebec, ME.
Boothbay Railway Village Gift Shop in Boothbay, ME.
Massachusetts map-based coasters and ornaments:
Magpie in Somerville, MA.
Greentail Table in Newton, MA
Town Wharf General Store in Mattapoisett, MA (ornaments only)