5 Thrifty Things: Gifts Made in MD Under $50

by Shoestring Editors
November 29, 2012 - 6:35pm

Good morning, Baltimore! There's historically correct and hipster fresh stuff coming out of Maryland right now — and we're pumped to share at least 5 locally made gift ideas under $50 right here in our first-ever Shop Local Guide to the Holidays.

Be sure to check out the rest of our 250 picks for made in USA holiday gifts under $50 on our new interactive US map, where you'll find our favorite locally made products by state for her, him, kids, the home, the host/hostess, stocking stuffers, even some for pets!

Rosebud Salve

The beauty staple made right in Woodsboro for over 100 years, we love Rosebud salve's multitude of varieties and uses.

Sixteen Tons

We love the vintage-cool men's shop, Sixteen Tons, out of Baltimore. In addition to apparel and accessories, they sell grooming products, like Brummel Shave Cream ($18), online and in-store.

Gnomeworks Puzzles

For kids young and old, we love the artsy selection of puzzles by Gnomeworks. This ferris wheel one is definitely frame-worthy.

Pewter Keepsake Box

Engravable and lined with velvet, this pretty keepsake box ($45) is meant for the sweetest memories.

Angelina's of Maryland Crabs & Crab Cakes

Did you really think we could leave Maryland crabs off our list? Impossible! These craveable crustaceans can be shipped anywhere, and crab cakes start at just $3.85.

Did we miss your favorite locally made products from Maryland? Definitely share them with us in the comments, we'd love to add them to our shopping lists!

Story & main image: Copyright 2012, Shoestring LLC.
Photos: Courtesy, various retailers.

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Melissa Massello is an editor, start-up junkie, entrepreneur, Swapaholic, and lifelong New England girl. As a sustainable style expert, Melissa has been featured on ABC, CBS, NBC, and FOX news station affiliates around the country and in US News & World Report, USA Today, The Boston Globe, The New York Post, The Denver Post, The LA Times, The Dallas Morning News, MSN Money, and WalletPop, among other fine media outlets. Melissa currently lives with her husband and their Whippet mix in Somerville, Mass. -- "the Brooklyn of Boston" -- where they strive each day to save money, save the planet, and live the dream for less.
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