Shop Like a Boss: Amazing Products from Women-Owned Businesses

Hey there, candle lovers! Did you know that at Witty Wicks, we're all about supporting women-owned businesses and celebrating their amazing products? That's right, we're all about girl power! Today, we're thrilled to share with you some of our top picks for gifts made by badass women entrepreneurs. Trust us, these products are so good, you'll want to stock up for yourself and everyone you know!


Clay & Confetti Co.

Clay & Confetti Co. is a delightful gift shop owned by a talented woman named Lily. Her charming store offers a beautiful array of handmade ceramics, cozy blankets, and delightful home decor items that are sure to make you feel warm and fuzzy inside. One of our favorite products from Clay & Confetti Co. is the Shamrock Tipp Hill Light Post Set. These earrings are inspired by the world’s only upside-down traffic light located in the historically Irish Tippery Hill neighborhood of Syracuse, NY. Whether you're looking for a unique gift for a friend or just want to treat yourself to something special, Clay & Confetti Co. is definitely worth a visit. We love supporting women-owned businesses like this one, and we know you will too!


Little Words Project 

Little Words Project is a jewelry company founded by Adriana Carrig, with a mission to spread kindness and empower women through their unique and meaningful bracelets. Each bracelet features a single inspirational word such as "strength," "love," or "courage," and is designed to be worn as a reminder of the positive qualities we possess within ourselves. Not only are these bracelets stylish and versatile, but they also serve as a symbol of connection and support within a community of women who lift each other up. We love Little Words Project's commitment to spreading kindness and positivity, and we're proud to feature their beautiful bracelets in our store. With Little Words Project, you can wear your inspiration on your wrist and make a difference in the world one bracelet at a time.


The Darling Effect

The Darling Effect, a women-owned brand founded by Elsa Vos, specializes in creating beautiful and inspiring journals, planners, and other stationery products. With a background in graphic design and a passion for empowering women to live their best lives, Elsa launched The Darling Effect as a way to merge her creativity with her desire to make a positive impact in the world. Today, The Darling Effect has become a beloved brand among women of all ages, with a growing collection of products that inspire, motivate, and uplift. From their popular "Self-Care Journal" to their stylish keychains and tote bags, The Darling Effect is all about spreading positivity and helping women live their best lives. One of our favorite products is the Hands-Free Keychain Wristlet. This stylish and functional wristlet allows you to carry your keys with ease. No more digging through your purse, diaper bag, backpack, or gym bag!



Bitchstix is a women-owned company that offers a line of lip balms, body balms, and hand sanitizers with a purpose. Founded by two friends, Brittany and Jessica, Bitchstix is on a mission to empower women and give back to those in need. Each Bitchstix product is made with high-quality, all-natural ingredients and is cruelty-free, vegan, and gluten-free. But what sets Bitchstix apart is their commitment to supporting organizations that help women in need, such as domestic violence shelters and breast cancer research centers. With their bold and empowering branding, Bitchstix is all about encouraging women to stand up, speak out, and make a difference in the world. We're proud to carry Bitchstix in our store and support their mission to empower women everywhere.


So, there you have it - some of our favorite gifts made by fierce women entrepreneurs. Trust us, these products are so good, you'll feel like a total boss just for owning them. Head on over to our website to check them out, and let us know which ones are your faves. And remember, when you shop at Witty Wicks Candles & Gift Shop, you're not just supporting women-owned businesses - you're also supporting your own bad-assery.

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