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Handcrafted Ohio 2017

Browse 50 handmade gifts that’ll bring holiday cheer to everyone on your list this season.

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Handcrafted Ohio 2015

We searched the state for home decor pieces, accessories, jewelry and more for our guide to great gift ideas.

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Amish Country Road Trips

We drove over the back roads and across the rolling hills of Ohio’s Amish Country for our guide to five communities filled with farm-fresh foods, handcrafted furniture, great gifts and more.

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Made in Ohio Gifts: Jewelry

From Ellebrux’s brilliantly colored wooden jewelry to Gracefully Wrapped’s delicate necklaces, there’s a lot to love about our state’s jewelry-makers.

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Shop Local: Handmade Birdhouses

Paul and Deborah Bahm’s beautiful handmade birdhouses merge craftsmanship with environmentally minded thinking.

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Made in Columbus: 8 Great Finds

From a vintage letterpress shop to a restaurant founded by a distillery, these spots offer a glimpse of our capital city’s wealth of handcrafted goods.

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Abel’s Ohio Windsor Chairs, Newark

Windsor chairs date back to early America. Furniture-maker Bob Abel crafts them one at a time at his home workshop.

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Crafted with Care

From quilts to dolls to rugs, Ohio’s Amish Country is home to beautiful cloth- and textile-based works.

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75 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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4 Ohio Tourist Trails We Love

From legends of aviation to delicious doughnuts, these road trips will get your motor running.

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Three Sons Leather Co.

Firefighter Seth Robinson turned a passion for leather working into a line of handcrafted products meant to stand the test of time.

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Linnea Campbell Ceramics, Cincinnati

This artist’s ceramics 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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The Wild Beauty of Heritage Haven Farm

Mary Martin crafts jewelry, cards and bookmarks using pressed wildflowers that grow on the property.

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Rivertown Inkery & Apparel, Cincinnati

Doug Burns celebrates the Queen City’s past and present with designs he hopes customers will enjoy for years to come.

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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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Burdick Custom Flags, Seven Hills

Woodworker and Navy veteran Joe Burdick crafts wooden versions of the American flag at his home workshop.

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Eco Raw Studio, Cincinnati

Sonja Thams uses the ancient practice of natural dyeing to create beautiful bandanas, scarves, clothing and more.

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Bess Paper Goods & Gifts, Reading

Kristin Joiner sells a variety of upbeat and beautiful handprinted and handmade items at her store near Cincinnati.

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Hazelmade, Kent

Designer Susan Hazel Rich’s line features beautiful and colorful items ranging from greeting cards to tote bags to tea towels.

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The Happy Groundhog Studio, Cincinnati

Melissa Bracken’s grandmother inspired her to launch her line of adorable and extremely huggable handcrafted stuffed animals.

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