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Happy Easter Egg
LOS ANGELES, CA
Not only are these made on an antique letterpress machine but they're die cut and foil printed to boot. Pale pink with kelly green stripes makes for pretty preppy fun. Want to send some out for Easter? Well, hop to it!
SAN FRANCISCO, CA
The Gold Rush brought Etienne Guittard to San Francisco from France hoping to strike it rich. Trading delicious chocolate from his uncle's factory for mining supplies, he soon realized he already had a goldmine. These scrumptious nonpareils - French for "without equal" - come in milk or dark chocolate in a cute tin box. "Eureka, we have found it!"
Oh baby, are these cute! Sizes 0-6 for your wee fashion plate, these little leggings are made from "100% certified organic cotton knit and printed with eco friendly inks" in good ole Austin, Texas. Sweet!
FAB by CAB
It's a snap to find the perfect bag at this sweet shop! We fell for the blue ikat but oodles of cute options await including a whimsical bee box clutch recently featured by Lucky. Owner Catherine will even make a custom bag in the fabric of your choice. Fabulous!
Wine Bottle Stopper
Put a cork in it! Caprock Studio thrives on finding vintage castoffs and giving them new life. Wine bottle stoppers made from old trophies, plastic figures, numbers and other up-cycled items are sure to delight. Everything old is new again…
Dalton Wingtip Boots
PORT WASHINGTON, WI
When you buy a pair of these hand-crafted, premium calfskin beauties, you keep them for life. Since 1922, Allen Edmonds has been making dress shoes that actually fit and feel great as if they were custom-tailored just for you. Time to get dapper, gents!
Presidential Drinking Glasses
Propose a toast to our forefathers this President's Day Weekend! Presidents Jefferson, Lincoln, Jackson, and Roosevelt grace your glass with handy trivia on the back to make you a presidential pro. Custom letterpress chipboard box makes this a great gift. All made just for you in a big red barn in Missouri, USA. Bully for you!
Crystal Pavé Heart Necklace
LOS ANGELES, CA
This absolute dazzler is perfect for Valentines or any day you're feeling the LOVE! 16" adjustable silver or gold chain with an extra-large Lucite pendant dripping in Swarovski crystals in your choice of 20 amazing color configurations (shown in Candy Floss). Don't wear it if you don't want attention! See Tarina's Maker of the Month feature here
Maid of Clay
Cats love yarn and now yarn loves cats right back. These amazingly detailed handmade ceramic bowls corral your yarn and dispense just what you need right through kitty's little puss. You choose the coloring and details then sit back while Felicia works her magic! Check out the video of how it's done here
- WOW! Don't miss her other cool clay creations...
Snow Force Socks
It's cold out there, people! But that's not stopping the good folks of Wigwam Mills in wintery Wisconsin from making warm, cozy socks just for you—just like they've been doing since 1905! We love the fun stripes of their Snow Force socks and the fact that they're made from a soft, warm, totally non-itchy blend of Merino Wool and nylon with just a touch of spandex to help them stay put. Brighten up your winter with a pair!
Heart Tree Pillow
Hand-stitched in Asheville, is there any better way to feather your love nest?! Cute Kona cotton pillow is customized just for you and your beloved with your names or initials. Cozy Blue is run by husband n' wife crafters who spend their days "screenprinting, stitching, sewing, and crafting the days away, and living the good life." Sweet!
LOS ANGELES, CA
Dreaming of a new sofa? At Monarch you can not only pick the style, length, depth and cushy-ness but you can bring in your own fabric too! Feeling overwhelmed? Let their friendly, 100% non-pushy sales people give you a hand - they really know their stuff. Made in Los Angeles and shipped anywhere in the U.S., you'll be sitting pretty in no time!
Dyna Switchback Motorcycle
If your New Year's Resolution is to be more of a badass, it's time to pick out your Harley. Made in the USA since the early 1900s, the first Harley looked more like a bicycle than a motorcycle and was created by William S. Harley and Arthur Davidson. Anywhere near Milwaukee? Stop by their museum to learn more about these legendary hogs.
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Our curators choose products to include based on these 3 requirements:
Quality item(s), well-made and in good taste.
Product(s) are attractively represented on the company’s website, if they have one.
Made in America—of course!