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These made-in-the-USA holiday gifts stand out for being unique, meaningful and durable. We’ve zeroed in on gifts that’ll spruce up your home and mesh well with social distancing measures — but these presents will also continue to make your recipient smile long into the future.
Our favorite holiday gifts made right here on American soil.
Send a photo of a cherished family recipe to Circle City Design Co and they’ll use a laser to engrave it onto the surface of a walnut cutting board. We love that these cutting boards are sourced from American lumber and ship free.
Homesick makes candles that are crafted to smell like specific US cities and states, but it also offers scents inspired by special moments — there’s New Home, Let’s Toast, Beach Cottage, Backyard BBQ, Apple Orchard, Friday Night Football, Road Trip and more. Not only will your recipient enjoy the yummy scent, they’ll think of you and the memories you’ve shared together.
People are spending more time at home this year due to the pandemic, so Christmas gifts that spruce up interior spaces are on point. This shop, called Intentional Grain, is based in Milwaukee, so you’ll be supporting a small business when you order a planter or pot. We also like that you can customize many of its items.
This is another gift that’s extra appropriate right now, as people may prefer to gather outside. Portable bonfires from One Log Fire provide that around-the-campfire intimacy without the mess — a total of two hours of pine-fueled warmth. Perfect for apartment balconies, beaches, campers and people that like to hang out on patios.
Working with a limited budget, but still want to support US makers? We’ve got you. These cheap gifts pack a stars-and-stripes punch.
If you want to keep shopping American-made gifts, here are our best tips:
Looking to pick up some made-in-the-USA gifts while running your weekly errands, or just prefer shopping at a larger retailer? Here’s where to go:
Thousands of customizable gifts by American makers.
You'll need to verify that what you're buying was actually made in the USA, but it's relatively easy to find goods produced by American artists and craftspeople.
Perfect if you've got a beauty junkie to buy for.
Shop brands like Necessaire, Philosophy, Volition Beauty, Colourpop, Milk Makeup (we especially love its lip and cheek balms) and Rejuva Minerals. Sephora also usually offers two free samples with every order.
Select products from third-party sellers are American-made.
Whether you want convenience or that free two-day shipping when you're in a pinch, it's hard to deny the appeal of Amazon. Make sure you read the product description when buying on Amazon to confirm that it is made in America.
Whether you’re looking for a gift or a new signature scent, check out these top men’s colognes our team swears by. Plus, learn where to get free samples.
Shop everything from Friends-themed tarot cards to Schitt’s Creek face masks.
Scoop up some of the best deals on girls’ clothing, from cozy sweaters, comfy athletic wear and everything in between. Plus see where to get free shipping.
Sending a Christmas Eve box is a way to stay connected and ring in the holiday. Get ideas and inspriration here!
Our best picks for picky eaters, grain-free formulas, low-fat diets and more.
Prepare your pet for the festive season up ahead, with food deliveries, cute toys and some helpful tips for keeping your fur ball healthy.
We verify these companies that manufacture flags and flag poles on American soil.
From cast iron skillets to stainless steel stew pots, whimsical bundt pans and more, support American manufacturing when you buy cookware produced in the US.
To prep for election day — and remind your fellow citizens to exercise their Constitutional right — shop VOTE shoes, apparel, accessories and more.
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