It’s almost mid-December and if you are the opposite of me, you’ve completed most of your Christmas shopping by now. I haven’t started yet, but that’s beside the point! The point is you are probably finalizing your Christmas list with a few odds and ends…namely, stocking stuffers.
One of the best things about living in Springfield, MO. is there are so many locally-owned shops and businesses which have some uh-MAZING products. After schmoozing with a couple of people, we have some must-have stocking stuffers you, your friends and family are going to love (we sure do)!!
Stocking Stuffers from Local Businesses in Springfield, Mo.!
If you’ve ever been to a First Friday Artwalk in downtown Springfield, chances are you would have happened upon this place. Own by Mr. and Mrs. Koonce, this eclectic shop has everything from henna tattoos, metal working classes, and some awesome trinkets I haven’t found many other places. Did you know they have bullet cufflinks? Additionally, they have bottle openers, artist bookmarks, magnets (wood, ceramic, miniature painting, and plastic ones), bracelet-making kits, small sketchbooks and tons more!
Anywho, here are some awesome products they are featuring this month…all in time for the holidays!!
Rarely do we find something more relaxing than the smell of Lavender…unless you are smelling lavender while drinking some lavender-infused Prosecco (oh yes, that’s a thing and it is phenomenal)!
Catherine and Thor Bersted have made their way out of Clever, MO. and into Battlefield mall where they have their own permanent shop. By the way, it smells uh-mazing! I went in to visit and found some treasures which made my heart sing!
Funny story – I met Monica back when I first moved back to Springfield, and all I thought she did was colors and cuts…. After one fateful happy hour at Jimm’s Steakhouse and Pub, I found out she does more…a whole LOT more – and I can’t find any lower prices in town!
Whelp – there you have it Springfield, MO. Some awesome stocking stuffer ideas which not only will please the sock holder, but also keep your money in the local economy. ‘Tis the season for giving!! Wishing you happy holidays!