Navajo jeweler Michelle Lee, born and raised in Arizona, makes various colors of hand-beaded hoops with 55-millimeter silver-plated stainless steel and glass beads using two primary patterns.
Customized cutting board
From cookies to challa, have a cherished family recipe that’s been handed down through the generations printed on a bamboo cutting board thanks to Amber Shatswell Cooley of Ahwatukee.
Arturo Fuente ashtrays
For the guy or gal who enjoys a good stogie, spring for a vintage-style Cuban-design ashtray that’s deep, sturdy, and holds multiple cigars for puffing with friends. It also emanates an undeniable “cool” factor.
One of the Tuke’s favorite places for vegetarian and vegan dishes also has a delightful array of environmentally friendly gifts, including an assortment of non-toxic products for kids.
South Mountain Park and Preserve book
Subtitled “A Guide to the Trails, Plants, and Animals in Phoenix’s Most Popular City Park,” this work by Ahwatukee’s Andrew Lenartz is a loving tribute to the community’s focal point, weaving in history, geology, biology and more.
WCKD beer crowlers
Ahwatukee’s only brewery offers 32-ounce crowlers of its beloved beers to go. Pick up seasonal selections for stocking stuffers, or leave one for Santa—he’s sure to put you on the “nice” list, despite the naughty name.
Sara Lima’s eye-catching glass flowers adorn many an Ahwatukee yard and home. The self-taught artist won first place at an international glass art show a couple of years ago.
Wine bar gift card
With its shareable plates, laid-back patio, live music, and stellar selection of wines and craft beer, The Cellar is one of the most popular hangouts in the ‘hood. Buy a $100 gift certificate in December and get an extra $20.