When you spend your green close to home on gifts made locally and with love, you also help grow the businesses around the corner from you. You can see for yourself the quality of the goods, and hear directly from the makers how they came to use their gifts to make your gifts.
Stylish ways to prep charcuterie trays.
Black walnut and maple are favorites for the APOC team.
At A Piece of Cleveland, owner Seth Harrison takes down trees and reshapes them into art for your home and table, thanks to craftsmen like Benjamin, Fred, and Richie.
Showroom opening soon, 19001 Nottingham Road.
Protect, preserve and celebrate memories.
Custom framing duo Mike and Kaitlyn Ballard are open in a new space next to Chili Peppers. You can give a one of a kind gift, and make sure that original artwork, special photo, ticket stub, game board or coloring page gets away from dust and on the wall to enjoy all year. They’re open Wednesday-Saturday, and by appointment. Just call 216-714-3168.
865 East 185th Street, Cleveland.
Get in the groove this holiday season.
Pete and Debbie Gulyas offer a wide selection of vintage vinyl, cassettes, music memorabilia, books, pulp fiction, vintage magazines, t-shirts, and vintage posters. They specialize in quality, reasonably priced LPs and 45s from the 1950s to the present day under their neon blue arrow.
You can search selections from jazz, country, classic rock, soul, rock-n-roll and more. They’re open 12-6 pm on Friday & Saturday, and 12-4 pm on Sunday.
16001 Waterloo Road, Cleveland.
Searching for a long-lost toy? Call Super Troy.
What toy takes you back to your childhood? Star Pop Vintage + Modern owner Troy Schwartz probably has it available for front door pick up.
15813 Waterloo Road, Cleveland.