Still time to shop for the holidays at the Harrison Center
Who knew shopping could be as convenient as a table descending before your very eyes with gifts for all? Well, now you can shop this way at The Harrison Center. Here are some gifts you can buy this holiday season for a variety of people on your gift list:
Blown glass, by Matt Kenyon: The Harrison Center is selling handmade ornaments, vases, and flowers. Blown glass is a beautiful and unique gift to give this season. Each piece is unique with different patterns, colors, and styles. Come check them out!
Recycled wallet, by Chad Campbell: this eco-friendly wallet made from recycled bicycle tubes is perfect for the person in your life who loves sustainability.
Jewelry, multiple Harrison Center artists: The Harrison Center is selling bracelets, necklaces, and earrings this season. These are the perfect stocking stuffer, or go great with a gift card!
Paintings, multiple Harrison Center artists: There is no shortage of paintings to see here at the Harrison Center. Many feature Indianapolis, which would go great in any Hoosier's home.
Beautiful beads, by Liz Smith: These unique flat webs of beads woven together are both versatile and beautiful. They can be used as wall decor or even a holiday ornament.
Buttons by Cordial Kitten: These are the perfect add-on to any gift. With countless designs, you can give everyone on your list a unique gift that will not break the bank! Small buttons are $1 each or $5 when you buy 6.
Stickers from Whimsical Funk: These are an easy way to add creativity to everyday objects. Simply put a sticker on a water bottle, laptop or notebook and instantly make it more beautiful.
Coloring books: Coloring is not just for kids. The Harrison Center has coloring books for all ages. The Color Me Indy book features places around town, so you can literally paint the town.
Clay creations, by Artmix: Studentartists at Artmix have a variety of handmade clay items including plates, snowmen, cups, bowls, etc.! For $2 a piece, you can decorate your tree with handmade beauty. If you don’t have a tree, these would look beautiful hanging in a window, or around the house for extra holiday cheer.
Come to the Harrison Center this holiday season, M-F, 9 to 5 for some handmade beauties that everyone on your list will love.