2014 Heights Holiday Gift Guide: Gifts $50 to $150

Children's Package. Simply Charming.

Find something for everyone on your list at the many independent merchants in the Heights. Most will gift wrap or ship your items, too. Here are some of our favorite gifts priced from $50 to $150:

Children’s Package: onesie, crown headband, book and socks for babies up to six months old ($50.00, Simply Charming).

Close Encounters Chamber Music Tickets. Hear world-class musicians from the Cleveland Orchestra play chamber music in spectacular Heights homes and other unique venues ($50.00, Heights Arts Holiday Store).

Knit Poncho ($52.00, Blush Boutique).

One Reiki Treatment for You or Your Pet ($60.00, Loving Hands Yoga and Reiki).

Drop-In Play Sessions for parents/caregivers and their young children. Enjoy a family playroom with a wide variety of quality toys and a large "muscle room" for climbing, running and jumping. Each session enhances learning through play and provides opportunities for families to meet and share parenting experiences. (Three-month pass, $70; Annual pass, $140; Family Connections).

One-Hour Interior Decorating Consultation ($75.00, Judith Eugene Designs).

Skinny Jeans ($85.00, Blush Boutique).

Flock Together Travel Bag ($88.00, Revive).

Banana Fiber Elephant Model. This playful elephant figure is handmade in Kenya using banana bark and sisal fiber ($89.00, Ten Thousand Villages).

Limited-edition ceramic wall tile by painter Susan Danko and ceramic artist Andrea LeBlond, 8-by-8 inches ($100.00, Heights Arts Holiday Store).                        

Spartina 449 Jewelry. Design your own charm bracelet or necklace with this mix-and-match jewelry line. (under $150.00, Simply Charming).

Giant Plush Alligator. This gator can be your best friend, and a body pillow ($119.00, Pinwheel Kids).

Willow Bud Necklace. Handcrafted sterling silver and gray pearl necklace, from Nepali artisans in the Kathmandu Valley ($125.00, Ten Thousand Villages).

Deanna Bremer Fisher

Deanna Bremer Fisher is executive director of FutureHeights and publisher of the Heights Observer.

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Volume 7, Issue 11, Posted 6:32 PM, 10.30.2014