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Holiday Gift Guide

Happy Monday! How was your Thanksgiving? Hoping you got plenty of food and fun and a little relaxation too.

Now that Thanksgiving is over I need to get serious about Christmas shopping. I have a good start but still have a ways to go. Here are a few of my favorite ideas in case you’re also in shopping mode.

Note: This post contains affiliate links, which means if you click through and make a purchase I earn a small commission at no additional cost to you.

Gifts for Her

100% Cashmere Shirttail Sweater. Comes in 9 colors. Also comes in plus sizes. Macy’s Charter Club brand has a lot of cashmere at great prices.

Susan Shaw Coin Bracelet. I have several pieces of Susan Shaw jewelry, including this coin bracelet. They also have Queen Elizabeth coin jewelry for the Anglophile in your life.

Monogrammed Pancho. Nine colors and three monogram styles to choose from.

Fur-lined slippers. Come in five colors.

Apple iWatch Band in Tortoise.

Gifts for Him

Cotton Quarter-Zip Sweater. Eleven color/print combos.

Solo Stove Smokeless Firepit. These are amazing. Real wood but no smoke and no smoky smell.

Leather Monogrammed Hanging Toiletry Bag.

Bushnell Bluetooth Golf Speaker and GPS. Tom asked for this for his birthday because a couple of his golfing buddies had them.

Gifts for the Traveler

Apple AirTags. No more wondering where your lost luggage is!

Packing Cubes. I swear by these.

Gifts for the Homebody

Electric Tea Kettle.

Ralph Lauren Cotton Throw.

Gifts for Kids

Lacoste Kids’ Watches. These are so cute and they come in a lot of preppy color combos.

Wooden Toy Mixer. This whole collection of toys from Magnolia at Target is adorable.

Melissa & Doug Wooden Emergency Vehicle Carrier Truck.

Canon Mini Printer for Smart Phones. This looks so fun!

Gifts for the Reader

Fiction

Non-Fiction

Cookbooks

Coffee Table Books

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One Comment

  1. As customary to your posts, this one was full of delightful options. I spent a good deal of time clicking through and reading details of many! Happy holidays, Julie!

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