Home & Gifts

Our Home and Gifts department is where you will find everything from hand-made, fair trade greeting cards, cooking and cleaning gadgets, coffee and tea ware, to incense and candles. We are always on the lookout for functional, environmentally conscious products to fit your budget.


Andes Gifts is a line ethically and sustainably sourced, Fair Trade, handmade knit products, with everything from “glittens” (fingerless gloves that convert into mittens!) to cozy scarves, printed legwarmers and monster hats.

Down to Earth soup bowls and mugs are oven, microwave and dishwasher safe! They come in all sorts of colors and the bowls have matching soup spoons.

Lines we love:

Lifefactory reusable adult bottles are made of high quality soda lime glass and wrapped in a protective silicone sleeve. Always BPA/BPS-free and dishwasher safe, all components are made in the U.S. or Europe.

Full Circle strives to create products that are of superior design and creativity, combined with eco-friendly materials and functional efficacy.

Mavea’s compact, BPA free water filtration pitchers are created with imagination, precision and a love of detail for customers who are eager to experience fast, clean, safe and stylish water filtration.

Good Paper’s handmade, Fair Trade greeting cards are too cute to pass up! With designs for everything from holidays and birthdays to congratulatory, sympathy, and all-occasion, you’ve got plenty of reasons to send them to friends and family.


Local Products

Becky Hauck (Fayetteville): Greeting cards.
Denise Greathouse (Eureka Springs): Greeting cards.
Leila Leflett (Rogers): Greeting cards.
Ozark Cards (Fayetteville): Greeting cards.
Jenny Deitzel (Greenland): Candles.
Gary Lantz & Don House (Fayetteville): Books.
Geoffrey Oelsner (Fayetteville): Books.
How Kuff (Ozark Mountains): Books.
Jane Kirsch (SW Missouri): Books.
Pamela Foster (Fayetteville): Books.
Peggy Hill (Ozark Mountains): Books.
Quinn Montana (Huntsville): Books.
Thelma Ray Jones (Elkins): Books.