After I wrapped up the Christmas gift series last week (ha ha– wrap, gifts…), I realized you have to do a lot of scrolling through previous posts to see the full gift list. So, for those of you who came late to the party, here is a summary of the 12 days of gift ideas. I probably should have done it this way in the beginning, but it sure does make one long post.
Click on the names that go with each gift day for links back to the original posts to get specific product information.
Happy Holidays and Happy Shopping!
Day 1: Watercolor Portraits
Watercolor paintings by Susan Woodard
Day 2: Jelly Marbles
Low price point, good stocking stuffer, great gift for children’s birthday parties
Day 3: Calling Cards
Give to adults or children, monogram or full name
Day 4: Monogrammed Ts
Purchase cotton Ts and take to your local monogrammer
Day 5: Man Gifts
Personalized steak branding iron
Reserve a spot at BBQ judging school with friends
Personalized needlepoint belts
Nike ID athletic shoes
Day 6: Mini Crock Pot
Keep dip warm at parties.
Day 7: Author’s Tool Kit
Write and publish your own book– order extra copies to give as gifts too
Day 8: Photo Gifts
Have a photo turned into a paint by number
Make “best of” albums to highlight any family events from the previous year
Personalized postage stamps
Personalized skins for smart phones or other electronics
Have photos, names, or monograms inserted into a set of Tervis Tumblers
Day 9: Gifts with Tiny Pieces
Barbie sized kitchen playsets
Calico Critter mini animal playsets
Quadrilla wooden marble run
Build your own Lego set
Day 10: Consumable Gifts
Cupcake supplies or other tools needed for a hobby– the other suggestion was unusual spices and rubs for a grill guy (like my husband)
Food delivery of some kind– Wolferman’s English muffins for Christmas day brunch
Day 11: Gift Ideas for This Year
Flavored olive oil
Personalized dog collars and other pet accessories
Neon cord wrap bracelets with charms
preppy casserole carriers
Custom rubber address stamps
Day 12: Family Calendar
Customized family calendar
Love your ideas! Was wondering if you had any thoughts for a good teacher gift aside from an amex gift card? Thanks!
Just saw that you posted some fun ideas in a previous post. Thanks!xx
Westy, after Thanksgiving I am going to post some new little “sirsee” ideas for the teachers this year. I am working on a little box with cocoa, stirrers, and a few cookies. Also look at the teacher gift link in the right margin or the sirsee link across the top! Thanks for reading!
Great ideas Caitlin!! I just ordered a few of the casserole containers for gifts. Thank you! 🙂
I hope all is well with you. I’d love to catch up soon!
Hope you had a great Thanksgiving! So glad I helped with your Christmas shopping. 🙂 Yes– let’s talk soon.
We bought my daughters the Calico Critters a few years ago and they still like to play with them. Love that personalized branding iron too. What a great idea for a manly man!
Nice compendium. I’m so far behind this year because of the move and craziness at work. I’ve been awful.
I wish I could just allow myself to let some things go, but I am too competitive for that! Merry Merry
P.S. Loved the fancy word, compendium– had to look it up!
Just spotted the bacon flavored olive oil! Have you actually tried it yourself? I wonder if I could order it on Amazon.com. They carry everything under the sun! 🙂
I did not try it because it said “bacon flavored” and then vegetarian (???), but I think it is such a good idea. I look for it when I am at stores with sort of gourmet olive oils. I’ll keep you posted if I find it.
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