Heart Warmers

Local products may be just the ticket for your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day



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Handmade Graffiti Necklace // Give a piece of the city you love to the one you love. Rebel Nell employs disadvantaged women around metro Detroit to create jewelry from broken pieces of graffiti found downtown. $115 rebelnell.com

Hand-Blown Glass Sculpture // Bright red with abstract hearts throughout, this one-of-a-kind piece is perfect for the art lover in your life. $1,800 Epiphany Glass, 770 Orchard Lake Rd., Pontiac; 248-745-3786

Crimson Love Scarf // Warm up your valentine while helping a charity at the same time. Each scarf purchased throughout the month of February also donates $10 to Beaumont Health System’s Ministrelli Women’s Heart Center. $20 Lolly Ella Jewelry, 6706 Orchard Lake Rd., West Bloomfield; 248-851-3325, lollyella.com

Himalayan Heart Breaker Chocolates // Transport your taste buds to one of the highest peaks possible with the unique flavors in this heart shaped chocolate shell filled with caramel, and topped with a single piece of Himalayan sea salt. $3.50 Mindo Chocolate Makers, 11061 Trinkle Rd., Dexter; 734-660-5636, mindochocolate.com

Kathleen’s Cookies // Beautifully packaged and perfect for anyone with a sweet tooth, this company’s treats are perfect to gift your special someone for Valentine’s Day. Gift boxes start at $10. Kathleen’s Cookies, 139 E. Grand River Ave., Brighton; 810-588-4029, kathleens-cookies.com

Pretty Mitten Copper Necklace // Just So! Jewelry launched a Michigan-themed division called Pretty Mitten Designs. This mitten charm with a cut-out heart is framed by copper- and silver-plated embellishments. $29 Pretty Mitten Designs, 730 W. Grand River Ave., Brighton; 810-225-7440, prettymitten.com

Detroit Cuff // There’s no single route to finding true love, but these unique bracelets come with maps of Detroit, so she’ll never get lost — and never forget the person she got it from. $55 heavenlyhonies.com

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