If you are still trying to figure out what to give that person who has everything, I've got some really creative suggestions for you!

If this person(s) loves everything about New Hampshire, how about getting them something made right here in the Granite State?

Below are some of the items that are made right here in New Hampshire and are perfect for those hard-to-buy-for people on your gift list:

Timberland
The worldwide headquarters is based right here in Stratham, NH Timberland's classic boots are legendary in New England. Their website boasts that everything they make, every store they open, every aspect of their business has been founded upon the outdoor lifestyle. They're best known for their original yellow boot, which was first introduced in 1973.

Hampshire Pewter
Is a family-owned and operated company which finely handcrafts products from pewter. According to their website, they are the only pewter company in the United States that utilizes the centuries-old hand-casting method to create their pewter hollowware (tankards, goblets, candlesticks) products.They make all their pewter products at their New Hampshire facility.

Badger Balm
Their website says they are a small, family-owned, family-run, and family-friendly company nestled in the woods of Gilsum, New Hampshire. They blend the finest organic plant extracts, exotic oils, beeswax, and minerals to make the safest, most effective products possible to soothe, heal, protect and otherwise treat your body. Many of our listeners swear by Badger Balm.

Peterboro Basket Co.
The company was founded back in 1854! Their website says they are the oldest continuous manufacturer of baskets in the U.S.A. They have beautiful products.

The Mountain
The Mountain is based out of Keene, New Hampshire and is an eco-friendly company. As a matter of fact, according to their website, since the early '90's, they have recylced over 4 million gallons of water, implemented an automatic screen washing system that recycles 50% of its process water and among other things their t-shirts and other apparel contain no harmful chemicals.