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Looking for an unusual gift that will make the recipient smile? Head for Doodlet's, a Santa Fe institution since 1955. The tiny shop is packed with goodies that run from whimsical to the reverent and... Read More
Looking for an unusual gift that will make the recipient smile? Head for Doodlet's, a Santa Fe institution since 1955. The tiny shop is packed with goodies that run from whimsical to the reverent and even irreverent. It's broken into 10 "departments" including: kitchen (offering locally-made retro aprons and potholders); folk art featuring Mexican Day of the Dead pieces as well as Aguilar pottery figures from Oaxaca and New Mexico-made angels; miniatures which offers tiny treasures including mini-ristras; books from delightful kid-appropriate options to the raunchy Pop-up Kama Sutra and novelties (check out the rude gnome that whistles when you pass by). Want a slinky or some retro candy (remember those dots on paper and Necco Wafers you ate as a kid) you'll find them here. There is a wide selection of tree ornaments including a wooden box of gnomes. There's also an extensive collection of stocking stuffers.
120 Don Gaspar Avenue
Santa Fe, NM 87501
- Christmas Shopping: "Need stocking stuffers? Head to Doodlet's; they have one of the widest selections in Santa Fe. You'll find miniature wind-up toys, retro (and current) sweets as well as Flying Screaming Slingshot Monkeys, Selfie Wands (retractable poles to capture the perfect selfie) and Yodeling Pickles and Bacon."
- Best for Christmas Shopping Because: A Santa Fe holiday shopping list wouldn't be complete without Doodlet's.