Holiday Gift Ideas

Spoil that special someone this season while supporting your community and shopping locally.

Beard Garden
Bearded Nomad contains oils that soften, moisturize and add volume to the beard or moustache. If someone on your list is looking for a beard that rivals that of Santa himself, this is a product they’ll love.

Burlap & Twine, Hamilton
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Knives to Meet You
Henckels International Fine Edge Pro V set comes with six pieces to cut, chop and carve. Each lightweight knife is honed for long-lasting sharpness and features an ergonomic handle.

Casual Gourmet, Hamilton & Guelph
casualgourmet.ca

Mini Skin Spa
For those precious moments you get to yourself, treat your skin to a delicious mask made with acai, blueberry, raspberry and blackberry.  Firm Skin Acai Masque feeds and nourishes the skin.

Kabuki Spa, Hamilton
kabukibeauty.ca

Prints Charming
These unique, hand-made dishes are sure to complement and complete any situation they’re placed in.

Nest, Hamilton
nesthamilton.com

Espresso Your Love of Coffee
Coffee already makes our mornings brighter, but pour your cuppa into a colourful Le Creuset Rainbow Espresso mug and you’ll be bright-eyed in no time. These petit mugs can also be used for small desserts such as mousse or gelato. Set of six.

ECS Coffee Brewology, Ancaster
ecscoffee.com

Shady Days
For someone who appreciates shades with personality, gift a pair of Valentino sunglasses. Designs range from aviator to cat eye with a myriad of lens and frame colours in between. Each pair of sunglasses features 100 per cent UV protection. Made in Italy.

Forsight Eyewear, Hamilton
forsighteyewear.com

Sole Survivor
A refined leather boot that combines classic and contemporary styling, to take him from work to the weekend. Features a side zip and lace up front with a low heel. Made in Canada.

Solee Shoes, Hamilton
soleeshoes.com

 

Dopp & Dapper
Did you know that this style of bag was originally known as a Dopp Kit? These toiletry totes are handmade in the store. Features a long zipper to open the bag wide for easy access to its contents and a handle for easy portability.

Tundra Leather, Hamilton
tundraleather.ca

Get a Candle on Things
This handmade beeswax candle is hand-poured by Master Chandler, Ron Pavlovich in his studio on Lake Erie. Set atop this Erie shore driftwood sculpture for a truly unique focal piece.

White Flame, Stoney Creek
whiteflamecompany.com

Brace Yourself
Pieces from Alex and Ani are designed to enlighten, adorn and empower – all while keeping up with the latest trends.

Passion for Living, Ancaster
apassionforliving.ca

Birds the Word
The ultimate starter kit! Comes with all the essential items you need to get set up for your cockatiel’s first starter home.

Ruffin’s Pet Centre, Hamilton
ruffinspet.com

 

It’s Oil Right
From foodie to chef, a set of premium olive oils and balsamic vinegar comes in handy at any time of year. Choose from a selection of gift sets with balsamic vinegar and extra virgin
olive oil combinations.

Urban Vine, Dundas
urbanvineinc.com

Om My Goodness
Cross everything off your yogi’s wish list. Pictured here: the B block: helps lengthen, strengthen and support during yoga practice. Made from 100 per cent cork. The Yogitoes Yoga Towel helps prevent slipping while trying to achieve any tricky pose. Mala bracelets, made by Welcome Om, feature glimmering gemstones.

Om on Locke, Hamilton
omonlocke.ca

Defining Infinity
Charm and surprise your loved one with this beautiful handmade ring. From the L’Infinita line, this feminine piece has a subtle, hammered finish embedded with a full cut round brilliant diamond. Available in 14k rose gold, white gold, yellow gold and silver.

Laura Tedesco Jewellery, Hamilton
lauratedesco.com


Welcome Winter
Keep warm and toasty and well coordinated. Part of Parkhurst Knitwear’s Cotton Country line, this scarf and mittens incorporates the classic cozy colour combination of grey, red and cream. Mittens proudly bear a bold red maple leaf. Made in Canada.

McGees Landing, Stoney Creek
mcgeeslanding.ca

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