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Shop Local for Cyber Monday

Who says online shoppers can't also support local businesses?

Want to shop online to take advantage of Cyber Monday deals, but still want to support local businesses?

Here are some you can find online, and share your favorites in the comments below.

 

Furnishings

Woodshed Production, recently profiled on Patch.

 

Dance Classes

Bollysteps dance classes for adults and children, plus costume rentals.

 

Food & Gifts

Indi Chocolates of Sammamish, which sells both chocolate to eat and chocolate body products. Yum!

Accents Et Cetera of Sammamish, recently profiled by Patch

 

Jewelry

Helen & Betty  Helen & Betty is owned by local women Karen Horsfield and Melissa Bramble, who sell pre-made jewelry designs on their website and take custom orders, too.

 

Clothing

Happy Hollis Design baby clothes of Issaquah, featuring adorable wearable art for your little angel.

 

Arts

Fine arts  Offering free shipping on selected items for the holidays, with products ranging from greeting card sets like the "Mom Series" to paintings.

Art by Children Amol donates all the proceeds from his paintings to the Children's Hospital. Now, that's beautiful.

Indian Fine Arts Perhaps you caught a glimpse of Ajay Garg's paintings on rice at the Sammamish Arts Fair? His fine detailed Indian paintings are sold by his brother, who lives in Sammamish.

Services

Professional Life Coaching Feeling like a change is in the air for the new year? Check out Kim Garland's life coaching services.

What are your favorite locally owned cyber-businesses?

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