Your essential gift guide for shopping local this season 

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Decor and more

Gallery on the Edge 2300 Edgewater Drive, 407-615-4683,

This gallery, owned by the same folks who recently opened the Shoppes at College Park, is one of the best places to find eclectic and quirky jewelry, art and gifts. If you've got someone on your list who already has everything, check here – chances are, your gift recipient doesn't have a science-themed needlepoint, a silver tree centerpiece twisted out of thick wire or Underdog earrings.

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Storm Trooper needlepoint, $55

If you have a Star Wars geek to buy for – or a needlepoint freak, for that matter – here's something nobody else is gifting them this year. Everyone will marvel at the simplicity and brilliance of this masterpiece.

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Dog-themed pendants, bracelets and earrings, $10-$18

Gallery on the Edge has a variety of cute – not tacky – dog-related jewelry on display right now. We love this sleek poodle pendant (also available in greyhound), and the Underdog earrings are adorable.

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Merry & Bright sea glass holiday print, $20 and up

Spruce up your holiday decor with these super-cute holiday prints with sea-glass accents. Choose from cute Christmas trees and wreaths made with hunks of bottle-green glass, or pick these adorable reindeer made with brown glass. The perfect gift for a Martha Stewart-mom-type.

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