Holiday Gift Guide 2012

I absolutely love it when my favorite bloggers put up a list of their Holiday gift suggestions! Digital window shopping is much more fun than fighting my way through a sea of not-so-merry shoppers. After all, reports of Black Friday’s death and injury toll were enough to scare even the Grinch away from  department stores!

So pour yourself a little mug of eggnog, put on your slippers, and click click click away little elf!

 

 

For girls with style, a pair of silvery shimmery cashmere gloves with a very lady-like bow at the wrist. Chic AND cozy is always a winning combination! Find them here, $68

 

 

 

For the newlyweds, a customized birch wood anniversary wine box. As the bottles and their love mature and become more special as the years pass, this gorgeous box provides a unique toast on their 1st, 3rd, and 5th anniversaries. Find it here, $130

 

 

 

For the writer, for the dreamer, for the artist: a handmade leather journal. Daniel Heywood crafts his unique journals and paper goods in Utah, and his work can be found on Etsy (boasting 100% positive feedback from shoppers). This particular journal can be found here, $25

 

 

 

For the girl who’s tuned in, these cute little cupcake earbuds will have her listening in style. Find them here $12

 

 

 

For your parents, in-laws, or an outdoorsy friend, a gorgeous picnic basket will have them grinning from ear to ear! (I know I would). This 18-piece beauty features napkins, wine glasses, corkscrew, tablecloth, flatware, cheese knife, plates, and cutting board! Find it here, $100

 

 

 

For bringing out the child in all of us, a hidden animal mug! Choose from a selection of tiny little animals, and as you sip they’ll begin to emerge from just beneath the surface of your tea! Find them here, $25

 

 

 

For keeping her toes warm this winter, knit socks for Hunter wellington boots! Find them in a variety of syles and colors here, $40

 

 

 

For a father, brother, or gentleman caller, this unique handcfrafted razor is not only handsome but functional. Made from deer antler, and uses Mach3 re-usable blades. Find it here, $40

 

 

 

For the the girl with stars in her eyes and love in her heart, a customized cuff evoking the romantic tradition of lovers carving their initals into bark. Jeweler Nancy Nelson hand casts the brass from real birch bark that she collected along the southern shore of Lake Superior. Handmade in the USA. Find them here, $100

 

 

 

For the host and hostess, Wiens Family Vineyard bottles a limited amount of their yearly holiday meritage in magum-sized bottles! The 2011 Merrytage is a blend of cabernet, syrah, grenache, and mourvedre varietals, and features a new artist’s label each year. Find bottles here, $49

 

 

 

For the sports nut: get him a pair of these heirloom cufflinks. Made from salvaged stadium seats, these one-of-a-kind cufflinks will certainly look a whole lot better out on the town than a grubby ol’ jersey. Handmade in the USA from sterling silver and reclaimed materials, these handsome pieces will be treasured for a lifetime. Find them here, $170-200

 

 

 

For the adventurous little tyke, gift this bike chalk trail kit! Recommended for children 3+, the adjustable chalk holder snaps onto the back of any sized bike and is immediately ready for creative kids to color their world with miles of doodles! Find it here, $7-27

 

 

 

Happy Holidays!!

xoxo

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