Made in Arkansas Gift Guide / The Team

Arkansas is the sort of state where craft is kept alive, passed down from generation to generation. In quiet Fayetteville we came across a new shop opened by two sisters that showcases this creativity and craftsmanship in a modern, fresh way. With a Scandinavian-inspired aesthetic and well-curated selection, home goods and lifestyle boutique With Home Supply wouldn’t be out of place in any major city. Opened last November, it’s fast become a favorite for young local creatives and the design savvy. Here, the owners Rebekah and Sarah Fess share their picks for made in Arkansas.

1. Natural Bandana 2. Sarsaparilla Syrup 3. Wool Scarf 4. Single Barrel Bourbon 5. Vintage Locks 6. Leather Tote 7. Mini Travel Kit

1. Natural Bandana in Roadside Barn Red by Mollyjogger Ozarks ($14.50)

"Named for the Mollyjogger Fishing + Hunting Club of the 1890s, this recreational lifestyle company is based in and inspired by the Ozark Mountains. Timeless and functional, this bandana would be a great stocking stuffer."

2. Sarsaparilla Syrup by Pink House Alchemy ($13)

"This sarsaparilla root is locally grown here in the Ozarks and takes an Old Fashioned to the next level."

3. Repurposed Wool Oversized Scarf by Greenhaus ($68.50)

"We collaborated with Greenhaus founder, Ana Kilani, on a photo shoot in our shop last spring and have been huge fans of her style ever since. Greenhaus is a sustainable, modern and timeless collection, and we love this remade wool scarf for the cold season."

4. Single Barrel Bourbon by Rock Town Distillery ($50)

"Distilled in Little Rock and named '2015 US Micro Whisky of the Year' by Jim Murray's Whisky Bible. Our family took a tour of the distillery last year and hung around the tasting bar way too long!"

5. Vintage Locks by Mae's Emporium (prices vary)

"Mae's Emporium is a tiny, beautifully curated treasure trove of vintage, restored jewelry. We gifted our mom an amazing gold locket with her monogram on it several years ago and it has become a staple in her wardrobe. I also borrowed it on my wedding day."

6. Black Leather Tote by American Native Goods ($260)

"The maker behind American Native Goods is a friend of ours who's best known for his selvage denim aprons, but we love this leather bag for its functionality, quality, and undeniable elegance."

Organic Jaunt Kit by Creek Baby ($35.99)

"One of our favorite finds of the year—personally and for the shop—this Arkansas-made organic skincare line is truly unscented and moisturizing without being greasy. Creek Baby's travel kit makes the perfect gift for anyone—man or woman."