This week we are excited about Small Business Saturday and wanted to highlight tween girls who run their own businesses so we can all support them!
If you are looking for a gift or stocking stuffer for the tween girl in your life, get her a gift made by another girl. Girls know girls. They create products they wish they had and know what their market wants better than adults!
When you give a gift by one of these young entrepreneurs, share their story as a reminder that girls can do anything at any age! We included information and some videos about their stories for easy sharing.
Let's amplify the ideas of these girls because
1. Da Bomb Bath Fizzers
Bath bombs are a fun trend for relaxation that everyone loves. Da Bomb is a company founded by teen sisters who decided it was too sad when bath bombs fizzed out. So they created a variety of bath bombs with Da Bomb that had a fun surprise inside when they were gone. Their products now have a huge following and their business is growing!
We are fans of the Hero Bomb which has a superhero inside, the Bling Bomb which contains a piece of jewelry, and the Fortune Telling Bomb that dissolves to tell you your fortune! You can get their products online or a variety of retailers that you can look up by state HERE.
2. Gunner And Lux Necklaces
Are you looking for a gift for the trendy fashionista in your life? Then we have the perfect company for you! Riley is the 8 year old creative director behind the Gunner and Lux brand and she knows what girls want. Along with the help of her dad, she designs and sells unique, funky necklaces that have a personality! On her Instagram page at @GunnerAndLux she also creates videos with fashion and styling tips.
We LOVE all of her necklaces but a few of our favorites include the Chalkboard Heart Necklace that allows you to write our own message on it, the Neverland Leather Embossed Necklace a reminder to never to grow up, the Wild and Free Pom Pom Necklace, and the Love You To The Moon And Back Necklace.
3. Gabby's Bows
This young entrepreneur started her business at the young age of only 5 years old! After being frustrated that her bows always feel out of our hair, Gabby Goodwin along with her mother Rosalyn invited GaBBYBows, created the first of its kind, double faced, double snap barrette hair accessory!
Read our Girls With Ideas interview with Gabby HERE and learn about their story below. These make the perfect stocking stuffer!
Price: $3.99 for a pack of 5
4. Goddess Food Factory Baking Kit
We interviewed 11 year-old budding chef, Simone Bridges this summer and learned about her passion for all things food. Simone started baking with her grandmother when she was just a toddler, and decided that she wanted to continue that passion and also use her talents to create an organization to empower other girls. So she started her own company, Goddess Food Factory. She sells her treats and hosts classes and parties to teach other girls how to cook. Read our interview with her HERE!
We are super excited about her new product, a baking subscription box for girls. You can get one box or subscribe for multiple months to get a themed baking kit with instructions and supplies curated by Simone!
Price: Starting at $29.75 a month
5. My Bella Jewelry
Shelby a 17-year-old from Jacksonville, FL owns a company that makes customizable, interchangeable jewelry. You can buy a of jewelry base (we like love this black and silver necklace) and snap different designs to represent your hobbies, favorite sport, or something about yourself! This think this jeweled peace sign would look awesome in that necklace . . .
Shelby sells these designs at her family's boutique, Yourself Expression, where she also helps select other items for sale. Shelby has seen great success and was even on Shark Tank to pitch her business! You can read more from our interview with her to see how she made her idea and passion for jewelry a reality HERE and browse all of her snaps HERE.
Watch Shelby on The View below!
Price: Starting at $4.00
6. Angels & Tomboys Lotions & Sprays
Madison and Mallory thought that their mom's perfume and lotions were too flowery and too boring for kids. So they made scents that they knew kids like themselves would like and started Angels and Tomboys!
They created a line of lotions and body sprays that are all vegan, paraben-free and have vitamins A,C, E, and Shea Butter.
We love their lemonade doughnuts and frozen hot chocolate scents! Even more, we love the personality these ladies bring to their successful business that has helped it grow so much.
The sisters pitched their idea on Shark Tank and have exploded in popularity since. Watch their pitch below!
7. Kemery Kreates Bracelets
Kemery was just 13 months old when she started learning Japanese. At age 8, she decided that she wanted to visit Japan and practice her Japanese. Learn more about her passion in our interview we did with her HERE!
To raise money for her trip to Japan, she started selling bracelets that she makes with her friends. Customers can pick their bracelet then have a name or word engraved on it in Japanese!
8. Jammy Girl Soaps
Zori, AKA Jammy Girl, took her hobby of making soap into a real business at age 12. She always says she is most relaxed when she smells good and feels clean. She wanted to help others feel that way. We agree and also love that the products she makes are pretty - just look at this beach soap she sells!
Jammy Girl also wants to inspire others to pursue their goals and works hards to spread her message of inspiration. You can read more about her in our interview with her HERE!