Kristan Vermeulen, the face behind the “Makers of USA” podcast, shared some made-in-Maine Easter gift ideas.
MAINE, USA — Easter is right around the corner, and if anyone’s still looking for gift ideas, 207 has a few suggestions.
Kristan Vermeulen, the face behind the ‘United States Manufacturers‘ podcast, shared some Easter gift ideas that are made right here in Maine.
The Nestling company: Customizable Easter egg buckets, made with fabric. Buckets can also be used as year-round storage. Storefront is located in Freeport.
The Linnea company: Hand dolls made by a local Midcoast Maine maker who encourages young children, girls and boys, to use their creative and imaginative skills to form a doll that’s right for them. They can choose any hairstyle, skin color, outfit and the doll will last a long time. It is made of natural materials and the outfits are made of reusable fabrics. She’s the perfect doll to accompany an Easter egg hunt adventure.
Orchard of Doles: Painted wooden boxes. Each box is created in the cabinetry managed by women on site. Each box has a unique print on the cover. The orchard is at Limington.
Designs by Erin Flett: Patterned clothing and textile accessories. Each piece is handcrafted in Gorham.
Maine Airline: Unique, handmade fly fishing rods and custom clothing. The storefront is in North Yarmouth.