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The Christmas Clock is Tick-Tocking -- Time to Stuff All the Stockings!

The trees are trimmed, the lights are twinkling, gifts are shoved deep into the backs of closets, and you haven’t heard non-holiday music in a store in over six weeks. The home stretch is upon us: the last week before Christmas! 

At Batch, we’ve got something for every person on your nice list, and stocking stuffers are no exception! This year, ditch the grocery-store candy aisle, and step-up your stocking stuffer game with some unique, locally-crafted items sure to bring a smile to anyone’s face...

 

THE BUTCHER


Shop Coop's Hot Chicken Shake
Shop J.M. Thomason Spices


THE BAKER


Shop Loveless Cafe Preserves

 

THE CANDLESTICK (MAKER)


Shop Shotwell Caramels

 

THE MORNING PERSON


Shop Frothy Monkey Coffee Syrup


Shop TruBee Honey

 

THE NIGHT OWL


Shop Walker's Margarita Mixes

 

THE SOUTHERN GAL


Shop Good Southerner Vinyl Stickers

 

THE SOUTHERN GENT


Shop Roosevelt's Beard Balm

 

THE FASHION BLOGGER


Shop Bubo Card Holders

 

THE SWEET TOOTH


Shop Bang Candy Co. Hot Cocoa


Shop Bang Candy Co. Marshmallows

 

THE SELF-CARE ENTHUSIAST

 

THE HUMAN CHILD

 

THE CANINE CHILD

 

 

 


Crystal Elsey
Crystal Elsey

Author

Crystal moved to Nashville in 2009, long enough ago to remember being able to parallel park on Broadway on a Friday night. When she's not slinging ink about local flair for the Batch Blog, she enjoys punny crosswords, long naps, making handmade pasta, hiking Tennessee's waterfalls, not sharing pizza, and riding around on her cherry-red moped, "Rosie" (named for Betty White's character on the Golden Girls). She lives downtown with her Pomeranian pup, Tanner, who joins her for "Bark in the Park" baseball nights, Sunday strolls through Germantown, and Schitt's Creek marathons on the couch. She hates blue cheese and podcasts, and has never once figured out how to use a public bus system. Her hopes and dreams for the future include living in Europe, finally using the word "prolific" correctly, and having a pet hedgehog named Sedgewick.