2019 Heights Observer Holiday Gift Guide: Gifts from $50.00 to $150.00
Find something for everyone on your list at the many independent merchants in the Heights. Most will gift wrap or ship your items, too.
For the month of December, on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, the city of Cleveland Heights is offering free parking in each of its business districts—one more incentive to visit the brick and mortar stores featured in the Gift Guide and beyond.
Here are some of our favorites:
“KongZilla.” ($65.00, Blank Canvas CLE)
Crocheted necklace. ($150.00 or learn to make your own for $35.00 plus the cost of materials, Cleveland Rocks and Beads)
Incense and ceramic hand holder. Made by Astier de Villatte from Paris. (Incense $50.00, ceramic hand holder $135.00, Still Point Gallery & Boutique)
Wine Spot customizable gift baskets featuring wine, craft beer, and locally-produced products. ($50.00 and up, The Wine Spot)
Aveda Rosemary Mint Hand and Body Wash. ($73.00, Quintana’s Barber and Dream Spa)
Framed print by Joan Lederer. ($75.00, Heights Arts)
Assorted Scout Bags. ($50.00 to $75.00, Jubilee Gifts)
Hugger Mugger yoga mats, bags, slings and bolsters. ($11.95 to $94.95, Atma Center)
New and vintage record players. ($25.00 to $175.00, Record Revolution)
David Sedaris Diaries: A Visual Compendium. ($50.00, Mac’s Backs)
American Science Fiction: Eight Classic Novels of the 1960's. Library of America Boxed Set ($75.00, Mac’s Backs)
MATCH Italian pewter rocks glass. Handmade in Italy. ($75.00, Pavilion Home & Floral)
Masterpiece robes. Adapted from masterpieces of Impressionism by Van Gogh, Monet and others. 100% polyester with a satin finish. ($58.00, S’Wonderful Gifts)
Unisex vegan-leather messenger bag. Features a zipper-closed main compartment with a magnetic front flap and buckle detail. Available in black or brown. ($80.00, S’Wonderful Gifts)
Colleen Toland floral necklaces. Featuring clusters of flowers including polymer clay roses and handpainted resin flowers with hand beaded leaves. ($65.00-$105.00, S’Wonderful Gifts)
Jessica Schantz is the e-news manager at the Heights Observer and a longtime resident of Cleveland Heights.