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KariKari's garlic chili crisp looks great on food (and on the counter).

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Celebrating friends, family, or that one weirdly generous coworker (you have to give them something) on a tight budget? These local picks have big-gift energy.

Look here for gifts between $25 and $50.

Pastel Lines Slides Pack, Chunks Local

$20

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Chunks slid into our lives in 2019; they've held fast ever since thanks to a rotating selection of claw clipsheadbands, and precious squiggle clips—all designed in Seattle and proudly made in China.

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Rolling Crystal Whiskey Glasses, Viski Local

$20 for two

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These glasses from Seattle-based Viski are giftable on their novelty and looks alone, but they're more than just a pretty face: The movement provided by their curving base helps bring out tasting notes by aerating spirits (whiskey anoraks go nuts for that sort of thing).

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Bogey Ain't Bad Ball Marker, Bogey Boys Local

$20

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These sweet ball markers from Seattle rap legend Macklemore's foray into fashionable fairway apparel feel like a tiny treasure paired with a heartfelt card, and they're practical, too.

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Garlic Chili Crisp, KariKari Local

$15

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The Capitol Hill–based husband-and-wife duo behind KariKari represent both sides of the foodie coin: "expert-level food maker and expert-level food taster ;)" (winky face theirs). Together they've crafted this hot, crunchy, garlicky chili oil.

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"No" Tote Bag, Seattle Art Museum Local

$19

Tariqa Waters, the artist behind alternative Pioneer Square gallery Martyr Sauce, explores “the meaning and the power of the word NO” with this Seattle Art Museum tote.

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Bake Away by Sahana Vij, Book Larder Local

$20

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Written by a Seattle-area teen raising money for No Kid Hungry and featuring locally inspired recipes like the U District chai-infused cake, Bake Away is a feel-good pick for aspiring Great British Bake Off contestants.

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Atlas Games Yukon Salon, Amazon Local

$15

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A locally designed game for small groups recommended to us by the folks at Capitol Hill's Gamma Ray Games and Ray Gun Lounge for its cool designs and novel concept: You're honing your craft as a hairdresser for the people and bears of the Yukon.

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8-Ounce Camp Cup, Miir Local

$20

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Nothing brings us joy, warmth, and energy quite like...a good cup of coffee. Um, and our loved ones, of course. Return the favor with a petite camp cup from Wallingford-based Miir (the 12-ounce version comes in right under $25, too).

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My Grandma: In Her Own Words, Alair Local

$11

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For the grandma who has everything, try a book that encourages her to write down memories like her favorite childhood books, meals, and places to play. Filling it out together can be a fantastic bonding experience and conversation starter for anyone who wants to learn more about their favorite matriarch. 

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American Needle Seattle Kraken Basic Knit Beanie Navy, Standard Goods Local

$22

Turns out it's actually pretty cold in hockey arenas. Warm a hockey fan's noggin (and heart) with a cozy beanie from our go-to shop for products made in and for the Pacific Northwest.

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Peach Keychain, Anna Learns Things Local

$20

A handmade keychain from local beading prodigy Anna Learns Things, available in bunches of fruit-inspired shapes, strikes the balance between adorable and practical.

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