Add some extra sparkle to the holiday season with one of these artistic creations.

1. Dennis Vialpando carves Santa heads and other Christmas creations with a chain saw, using leftover ponderosa logs he gathers from the lumberyards and sawmills in Las Vegas and Española. Vialpando flame-burns coloring on the wood and adds a weather-resistant sealant. Sometimes you can watch him carve his creations in the vacant lot near Old Pecos Trail and I-25. The Shop: A Christmas Store, Santa Fe

2. Using traditional methods, Richard Gabriel Jr. creates stamped-tin night-lights that cast a warm glow on cold winter nights. A Traditional Spanish Market artist and smithing teacher, his star-shaped, tin tree topper highlighted a display at the Rosewood Inn of the Anasazi, in Santa Fe, last year. The Shop: A Christmas Store, Santa Fe

3. Advent calendars need not be generic. Santa Fe artist Mary Ray Cate’s meticulously crafted take on the traditional December countdown offers a painted holiday tableau with plenty of Southwestern verve. Susan’s Christmas Shop, Santa Fe

4. Albuquerque graphic designer Hanna Hedstrom makes New Mexico–themed, reversible wrapping paper that features patterned roadrunners, hot-air balloons, and other high-desert-inspired imagery. Hedstrom’s paper is recyclable and even fully compostable. Cielo Handcrafted, 836 Canyon Road, Santa Fe

5. The 3D-printed cookie cutters made by artist and New Mexico State University mechanical-engineering student Seth Howe will put a New Mexico stamp on your holidays. The cutters, many of which include Zia symbols, are so popular that there’s an annual waiting list for them. The Christmas Shop, Albuquerque

6. David Gallegos has been handcrafting and painting miniature churches for more than 40 years. His historic sanctuaries include Loretto Chapel, in Santa Fe; San Geronimo de Taos; and Santuario de Chimayó. The Shop: A Christmas Store, Santa Fe

7. Searching for holiday party sparkles? Check out French-born and Santa Fe–based artist Catherine Maziere, whose silver brooches showcase churches, missions, and historic sites from throughout New Mexico. A top seller is the elegant Loretto Chapel pin. Susan’s Christmas Shop, Santa Fe

8. Send a little Southwestern spirit with these greeting card sets. Scenes range from watercolorist Jan Hayes’s snowy Taos Pueblo to Sandy Rusinko’s whimsical roadrunner adorning her nest with ornaments. The Christmas Shop, Albuquerque

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