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An organic idea born in 2020 blossoms into a growing celebration business for a Hudson mother/daughter team. Founders of Dot & Daisy, Jen Driscoll and Jordan Stewart, are creative by nature.

Rose Mille in Stillwater long has been a destination for vintage papers and trims, crafting supplies and—truly—a little bit of this and that and everything in between.

Spring has sprung at the Stillwater Farm Store.

When Sandee Madigan, longtime owner of Hudson’s Dilly Dally in the Alley, decided to retire last year, Jenny Gunsallus saw an opportunity. “I always knew I wanted to own my own business,” says Gunsallus, who took over the eclectic gift store in January.

You might like vintage items. You might like beautiful things. Or you might like classic objects inherited from Grandma that are, well, kind of ugly. Whatever your preference, three shops in the St.

If you like to periodically revamp your wardrobe or update furniture and home décor—and who doesn’t?—consignment shopping offers a cost-saving and environmentally friendly alternative to an otherwise single-use world.

Don’t let the name fool you: Mainstream Boutique is not your typical clothing store.

Cindie Sinclair always considered herself an artist. She just never knew that her art would involve flowers. “I have always been an artist at heart, I just never found the right medium,” Sinclair says.

Life is good in the St. Croix Valley, and two local businesses are helping make it even sweeter. This community is home to two shops that sell high quality, handmade chocolates and sweets year-round.

When it comes to clothes, toys and books, the littlest people in the St. Croix Valley area deserve nothing but the best. That’s the philosophy behind two Stillwater shops, Gammy and Gumpy’s and Lil’ Tulips.

The Stabenow family is finding success working together on three businesses in the Chestnut building in downtown Stillwater.

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