Northwest Arkansas friends, have you been to Southern Giving? This gift and home decor boutique opened a few months ago. Already, it’s become my go-to place for charming southern gifts. Owner Susie Baker is like a long lost friend. She’s friendly, creative, and has an eye for helping a confused gift giver find that perfect something.
Baker is known for monogramming. Her business started out of her home. When the business took over her home (as home businesses can do), she opened Southern Giving in downtown Fayetteville, Arkansas on the square (just behind Tiny Tim’s Pizza). It’s a tucked away place filled with lots of goodies perfect for Christmas. And yay (!) she focuses on local artisans.
Let’s take a tour!
With names like Lights of the Ozarks, Dickson Street, and Fayetteville, Southern Giving’s line of unique candles make a great gift for the Fayetteville / Razorback / State of Arkansas fan on your list. The Merry Christmas candle will fill your home with the smell of holiday. I know because I have one.
Bath and Body
The Bath House Row room is filled with bath salts and scrubs and soaps as decadent as marshmallow fudge. Yes, these products are made in Hot Springs, hence the room’s name. Fans of Hot Springs will enjoy Baker’s personal photos displayed on the walls, too.
For the Christmas Home
Need to spiff up your Christmas decor? These deer. Those golden pinecones. Don’t you love them?
And my books! Southern Giving has a limited number of signed hardback copies of The Accidental Salvation of Gracie Lee available. While supplies last, buy a book and get one of my Grace Grits and Gardening candles FREE courtesy of the author (me)!
Take note of the walnut tray ↑ above. These gorgeous trays are handcrafted in the Ozarks, food-safe, and make great centerpieces. What a beautiful gift for someone special.
There’s so much more to see and buy and enjoy at Southern Giving. Baker has a selection of baby items, pillows, all sorts of gifts that can be monogrammed. (Last day to order a monogrammed item in time for Christmas is December 15.) Stop by and finish your Christmas shopping today!
Grace Grits and Gardening
Farm. Food. Garden. Life.
Note: This isn’t a sponsored ad. I received no compensation, product, or discount. As an author, I do have a typical vendor relationship with Southern Giving independent from this blog post.
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