Gift Guide to Mississippi Posted by: Dan | 0 Comments
Damn, Mississippi. Yeah, you’re the butt of America’s jokes, but we think you’re hiding some talent in your Delta-lands. Whether you’re a native or a chosen-resident of the Magnolia State, try our gift guide to Mississippi for some one-of-a-kind ideas this holiday season. (If this is not enough, see all of our Mississippi-inspired products.)
1. Letterpress State Flower Prints, $25
This print reflects Lady Bird Johnson’s beautification project. Each one comes with a small pouch of wildflower seeds with her words printed on the outside. Go forth and beautify, Mississippi.
2. Game Day Tailgater Galvanized Tub, $35
Your tailgate will never be the same once you get your hands on one of these Game Day Tailgater Galvanized Tubs. The super shiny galvanized finish adds some gleam to your favorite team’s logo. And they’re made with love in Canton, Miss.
3. Mississippi Home T-shirt, $28
These super-soft, unisex T-shirts will reveal your love for the Magnolia state with style. They’re made in America, and a portion of the proceeds goes to fund multiple sclerosis research. It’s win-win.
4. Espresso and Beer Soap, $24
In case you needed a reason to douse yourself in beer and coffee, you should know the hops in beer help to sooth irritated skin and also contain skin softening amino acids and polyphenols which have antibacterial properties. And this espresso and beer soap is made in Ocean Springs.
5. SoDelta Rosedale Soy Candle, $35
The sweet scent of the all-natural SoDelta Rosedale Soy Candle comes from a southern rose-filled garden. Infuse your home with the soft smell of flowers, and enjoy the soothing red glow from the beautiful decorative “Belle of the Ball” 24 oz. mercury glass container.
6. State Shape Necklaces, $55
Feel confident, beautiful and Mississippian with these state-shape necklaces. Brass charms range in size and shape up to 2 inches wide (Tennessee) and hang from an 18-inch silver box chain.
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