FOR YOUR COUSIN, WHO STARTS DECORATING FOR CHRISTMAS ON HALLOWEEN

  1. A screen-printed reindeer pillow by Fayetteville artist Stacie Bloomfield, aka Gingiber. ($20; gingiber.com)

FOR YOUR SISTER WITH A SWEET TOOTH

  1. A bean-to-bar chocolate treat, handmade at Bentonville’s version of Willy Wonka: Markham & Fitz. ($8.50; markhamandfitz.com)

FOR YOUR ARTSY NEIGHBOR

  1. A teensy, 22-karat-gold-kissed porcelain dish by Russellville ceramicist Amber E. Lea. ($35; amberelea.com)

FOR THE FAMILY MATRIARCH

  1. A Gingiber print celebrating home. ($24; gingiber.com)

FOR YOUR BESTIE

  1. A Little Rock-made scrub that smells as good as it feels, by Kind Folke. ($18; kindfolke.com)

FOR THE CONSUMMATE CHEF

  1. An indigo herringbone half apron with leather ties, handcrafted by American Native Goods in Fayetteville. ($115; americannativegoods.com)

FOR YOUR BEATLES-LOVING BROTHER

  1. A Soundscape Studio print that turns his favorite tune into a work of art. ($55; soundscapeart.com)

FOR THE ONE WHO HAS EVERYTHING

  1. A soy candle hand-poured in Northwest Arkansas by Little Bison Co. ($18; littlebisonco.com)