Looking for unique last minute gifts for the holidays? Tiny Pair Tree in Brooklyn can help
BROOKLYN, MI – Whether you’re looking to give a gift to yourself or a friend, the Tiny Pair Tree Trading Co. in Brooklyn has some ideas.
The store opened about five years ago in downtown Brooklyn at 132 N. Main St. Owning a store was the dream of Mary Kennedy and her daughter Tiffany Flinn. The place was previously home to Theresa’s Angels and More, but when the owner looked to sell, Kennedy and Flinn saw an opportunity for themselves.
Finding unique gifts and something for everyone is what Tiny Pair Tree is proud of, Kennedy said. The store features high-quality items including women’s and men’s clothing, Bloody Mary mixes, and even jewelry.
âPeople tell me how much they love my inventory,â she said. “How cute are the children’s items or how beautiful the store decoration is.” “
Popular gifts are clothing, including t-shirts, hoodies and hats, Kennedy said. One of the most popular items is a T-shirt featuring a list of famous Michigan people in the form of the state including Kid Rock and The Temptations.
Children’s items are also a big hit, including clothes, boots, and even toys. Popular at the moment are jelly plush animals accompanied by assorted books for the kids to read, she said.
The store also sells seasonal items and is decorated for the holidays. Santa Claus, snowmen and an array of Christmas stockings can be found throughout the store.
The coffee, made from Barrell Coffee in Holt, is also a favorite holiday gift idea, Kennedy said. Currently, Tiny Pair Tree has seasonal flavors such as eggnog, gingerbread, and “Jack Frost Java”.
Kennedy enjoys getting to know the customers who come to her store, she said. She also enjoys helping them find the perfect gift.
âI would say my store has a bit of everything for a variety of people,â Kennedy said.
Tiny Pair Tree is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday. The store is closed on Sunday and Monday. You can find more information about the store at his website.
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