Okitani ski masks, $15

What the Rock?!

1194 N. High St., Short North


Web: whattherock.com

The perfect gift for someone who hates the cold but likes to put a smile on people's faces.

Vintage ads, most $6-$8

Abbott's Antique Paper & Emporium

1108 N. High St., Short North


Web: oldeads.com

The store has thousands of beautifully designed old ads waiting to be repurposed as unique wall art, and a category for every interest, from sports to pets to movies. Simple framing is also available.

Stainless steel drinking bottles, $12 and $14

Eco-Tastic Clothes & Living

2066 Arlington Ave., Upper Arlington


Web: eco-tastic.com

Show your love for friends and planet by encouraging hydration and preventing more plastic from ending up in landfills.

Squirrel nutcracker, $18.50

Cookware Sorcerer

688 N. High St., Short North


Web: cookwaresorcerer.com

For the holidays, the cook's toy store is filled with all kinds of affordable gadgets and implements, but they don't get more adorable than this.

Flower pins, $18 each

Helen Winnemore Craft

150 E. Kossuth St., German Village


Web: helenwinnemores.com

The market for flower brooches is getting pretty saturated, but these pins stand apart thanks to their varying textures, colors and patterns. They're made locally by Bexley fabric artist Abbie Feinknopf.