The house is decorated. Cards are in the mail. And you’re already on track to meet your annual caloric intake of hot chocolate and peppermint bark. But in all the merriment of the season, you fa-la-la forgot to knock out that shopping list.

Don’t worry. You can still have yourself an Arkansas-made holiday with these affordable and locally sourced gifts:

James Hayes

Often referred to as “Arkansas’ own Chihuly,” James Hayes’ delicately crafted blown glass pieces make a beautiful statement in any home.

Lambrecht Gourmet Tins

With glazed pecans and four toffee flavors to choose from, Lambrecht’s gift tins are perfect for any sweet tooth or snacker on your list.

Loblolly Hot Cocoa

And we thought Loblolly’s ice cream was good. Encourage your loved
ones to cozy up by the fire with the scoop shop’s hot cocoa mix and homemade marshmallows.

Lux Candle 

Handmade by artisans in Des Arc, Lux candles boast amazing scents and long burn times. And with their holiday gift boxes, you can skip the extra wrapping!

New Found Skill Cutting Board

A beautiful, Arkansas-shaped cutting board from Hidgen will help entertainers take their charcuterie boards and social gatherings to the next level.

What’s Cookin’ Mixes

Fill up stockings (and your guests) with Mena-based What’s Cookin’
specialty dips, soup and bread mixes.

‘Tis the season for procrastinating. This year, forget the last-minute scramble by picking up one of these Arkansas-made gifts (all of which are available at Tipton & Hurst) before your holiday festivities begin.

Chris Norwood, AIFD, is the vice president of Tipton & Hurst, the state’s leading florist since 1886 with five locations in central Arkansas. 

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