Michigan Made Gift Ideas

Holiday Gift Package 
- Courtesy of American Spoon FoodsRound-off your holiday gift giving with made-in-Michigan products or specialty shop mementos and keepsakes. You’ll find everything from jams and jellies to hand-crafted furniture and rare books—and everything you need to decorate your home to make this a merry holiday season.

Be sure to include a visit to our unique shops and cafés this holiday season. Caramel apple syrup, cranberry nougat, fruit butters, cherry delicacies, grilling and roasting sauces make great gift basket additions. Children will love candy-making tours and parents can stock up on fresh mouth-watering chocolate confections, and other favorites.

Our specialty shops offer Petoskey stones, hand-made furniture, snowshoes and sporting essentials, pottery and art pieces. We’ve selected a dozen shops to get you started on your made in Michigan shopping journey.  

Need more ideas? Now is the perfect time to purchase a Vintage Michigan club membership and introduce your friends to the wonderful selection of a Pure Michigan award winning wine. At just $15 for a lifetime membership, you can’t beat the price for this unique gift for the Michigan wine lovers on your list. Vintage Michigan members receive discounts on their purchase of Michigan wines at wineries, retailers and restaurants throughout the state. They also receive a quality Michigan Wines corkscrew or Michigan bottle stopper as their free gift when you sign them up.

Want to be more creative? Put together a Michigan wine-themed basket, with a bottle or two of your favorite Michigan wines, a couple of glasses and a Vintage Michigan membership tucked in. Visit Michigan Wines for more gift ideas.

Be sure to include Michigan Made products on your holiday shopping. For an extensive list of Michigan made merchandise with everything from coffee and candles to whitetail antler lamps and holiday wreaths--and just about everything in between--visit Michigan Made Products and Gifts.

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