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4 Surprising Food Finds in Ohio’s Amish Country

Check out four experiences that go beyond traditional fare, from garden-fresh fine dining to a pizza shop that gets its ingredients from local farms.

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Rock Salt Vintage Crafts Nature-Inspired Jewelry

Katelin Reeser of Cincinnati shares her love of the natural world through her handmade jewelry pieces that are lasting, durable and unique.

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How Artist Jon Lund Immortalizes Cleveland Landmarks and Icons

His Hudson-based Lund Studio creates a line of beautiful prints that celebrates neighborhoods like Little Italy, natural features such as the Cuyahoga River and more.

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Ice + Dust Pottery, Westerville

A graphic designer by day, Halley Quinn spends part of her evenings and weekends crafting fun mugs, trinket dishes and more at her Westerville home.

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Made in Ohio Gifts: Apparel

From 7Thirty8 Apparel’s Crossed Arrow hoodies to Erie and Anchor’s Lake Erie-themed Apparel, these fresh finds will make everyone look great.

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71 Made in Ohio Gifts

Want to find interesting items while supporting local artisans and makers? Our Made in Ohio Gift Guide will provide you with dozens of ideas.

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Ohio Workshop

Joe and Matt Vojacek’s business embraces creativity and ingenuity in its home decor pieces.

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River City Leather, Gallipolis

Aaron and Erin Buckley’s Gallipolis business crafts beautiful leather bags, wallets and totes that are designed with a focus on simplicity, quality and longevity.

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Emily Cooper Creations, Cincinnati

Cincinnati-based relief printmaker Emily Cooper draws inspiration from nature, people and books to craft pieces she hopes evoke a sense of serenity in those who view them.

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Lost Petal Pottery Inspired by Nature, Landmarks and Lore

Artist Torie McCollum crafts a lineup of beautiful creations with an earthy feel at her studio space in Circleville.

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Erie and Anchor, Vermilion

Micah Roberts’ stylish line of clothing and accessories celebrates our Great Lake with a portion of sales going to help keep it clean.

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Fig & Oak, Ashland

Julie and John Mitchell’s store sells products from philanthropy-focused businesses and donates a portion of its own sales to good causes.

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Linnea Campbell Studio, Cincinnati

This artist’s works span mugs, tumblers, bowls and other items featuring illustrations of plants and critters that you might find in your own backyard.

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Get Happy at The Little Light Collective

This funky vintage shop in Columbus’ Clintonville neighborhood assembles items from more than 45 vendors in a bright and uplifting space.

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Hey Babe Crochet Co.

Leah Hurt crafts adorable rattles and other endearing items that are perfect for the new mom in your life.

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The Beauty of Cut-Paper Art and Snowflakes

Artist Mary Gaynier’s intricate snowflake-like designs infuse a sense of humor into the traditional craft.

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Everything Pumpkin: Ohio Farms, Recipes and Carving Tips

Celebrate the unmistakable icon of fall with field trips, inventive recipes and more.

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Chagrin Valley Soap & Salve, Solon

This family-owned business makes organic skin-care products by hand, with a focus on sustainability and authenticity.

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Ohio Finds: 19th-century Ladle & Fork

The maker of these hearth utensils marked “Cy. Crites” and believed to be tied to the Crites family of Allen County is not completely clear.

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Linda Renee Pottery, Bluffton

Linda Laing’s pottery line changes with the seasons, offering designs shaped by functionality and family memories.

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