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10 Best Seattle Gift Businesses

  • 5819 6th Ave S, Seattle
    Liz Pearce - I used Knack Shops to order some gifts for far-away friends and family. It's an awesome gifting experience, with both flexibility to create your own gifts and lots of pre-made options to choose from. Easy checkout experience, too, which is so important. Great resource to have for the holidays and all year!
    Chris Manderino - Knackshops.com is absolutely my go to place for any type of gift whether for employees, partners, customers or events. Their team recommends the perfect gift to meet my theme or goals and for every person that has received a Knackshops.com gift they have gushed over how amazing the unboxing experience is just as much as the gift. Jump on this for holiday everyone!!!
    Brooklyn Benjestorf - I love Knack for gifting! All of the products they have available are so chic and quality. I got my mom a box for Mother's Day and she absolutely loved it.
  • 1752 NW Market St, Seattle • Ballard
    Amy Woidtke - Sip n Ship does local gift baskets and ships them as well! Diana and her family have been a stable presence and cheerleader in our community a long time now. Love them big time!
    Rebekah Bastian - Love this women-owned shop! I go there to ship packages, and always end up with a good coffee, friendly conversation, and sometimes a cute gift!
    Pepper's Personal Assistants - Experience: Call both locations to see if either are accepting donations, can drop off for free. Contact: Diana Naramore diana@sipandship.com
  • 621 N 35th St, Seattle
    Tom Laramee - This is one of Seattle's best card shops. I buy all of my cards, for all occasions, from this shop. They also have a wonderful assortment of small gifts, games, art, jewelry, notepads, and pseudorandom articles of clothing (socks, baby hats, scarves, etc).
    Wendy Quast - Portage Bay Goods is one of my absolute favorite places to shop for cards/funny gifts/and a whole array of randomness that you never thought you needed but can't live without.
    Sydney Mintle - Known as the gift shop for "thoughtful procrastinators", Portage Bay Goods has a dynamic assortment of gifts that you won't find anywhere else. The selection includes greeting cards, home decor, kids books, craft supplies, and even jewelry. I'm a big fan of the La Croix Candles, Taco Rattle, and San Juan Island Bath Salts (locally made!). You can also shop online and pick-up in store to save on shipping.
  • 1600 1st Ave, Seattle
    Meredith Fife - They make really comfortable kids masks with fun designs. What kid doesn't need a Seattle Sonics mask?
    Jennifer Haller - Simply Seattle sells great local gift baskets!
  • 113 Broadway E, Seattle • Capitol Hill
    Sunny Clontz - This store always has a great selection of comic books, graphic novels, and board games. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable, so even if you're new to table top gaming they'll help you find the right game for you.
  • 4733 California Ave SW, Seattle • West Seattle
    Holli Margell - Northwest Art and Frame has been a longtime business in West Seattle, offering framing, art supplies and a wide variety of gifts!
    For the holidays or other special events, I have found great items to give from my youngest cousin (a toddler proof book) to my partner an a fan of hiking. Their art framing work is wonderful too.
  • 1801 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle
    Sydney Mintle - This little shop nestled on the top of Queen Anne is one of my favorite places to shop for holiday gifts. They have an extensive assortment of home goods and decor, plus books, stationery, cards, and baby gifts. On-site gift wrapping is available.
    recommended by Dee
  • 17801 International Boulevard CT-10, Seattle
    Cathy Galka - I recommend Fireworks for unique gifts! With two airport locations in Central Terminal and Concourse D, Fireworks is excellent at curating clever, fun and interesting products. I also love that it is a Seattle and woman-owned business.
    Jane Park - Michele Manasse is brilliant at showcasing beauty and play through everyday objects. Fireworks is always one of my first destinations for gifts for my girlfriends. I love that Michele built a multi-unit Seattle gifting empire by starting with just $7000 in savings. We should all bow down.
  • 1530 Post Alley, Seattle
    Sydney Mintle - Made in Washington is the BEST place for local gifts. They have pre-made gift boxes or you can make your own. I think they also have flat rate shipping for the holidays.
  • 910 E Pike St, Seattle • Capitol Hill
    Flora Ku - Such a cute candle store! You get to pick out your own scents (there are a ton!) and make your own candle in store. They now also have DIY kits to take home or gift!

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Gail Borod Giacobbe
4 months ago • Madison Park
I'm looking for a way to support local businesses by ordering gift baskets to deliver to work colleagues. Edible treats. Local crafts. Wine. Etc. A...
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