Friday, December 1, 2017

Holiday Gift Guide: for her.

  I have another gift guide for you today! This years' Gift Guide For Her seems to really have something for just about any sister/friend/mom/cousin/etc on your list. And lots of different price points! I will share my favorite gifts under $30 next week, but most on this list are still really reasonable. And, as usual, everything on the list is something I truly love/would love to have and I'm not being paid to tell you that. I'm positive I missed lots of other great gift ideas- be sure to leave a comment let me know your favorites :)

  (Be sure to check the guides from the 2015 and 2016- so many other fun ideas that I still love. My favorites giving keys, Rustic leather tote, and address stamp)

Legacy prayer journal. You all know I love Val Marie Paper and the journals she creates. Her newest collection of Legacy prayer journals are amazing. They make a good keepsake and are super meaningful. Great for moms or moms to be! Sisters, sisters-in-law, and friends- basically anyone with/or hoping for kids.

Codeword Hats. Super fun area code hats that give back to the community of each specific area code. I love these! I don't wear hats, but I can think of a dozen people that would love these unique hats. Bonus? The company donates 30% of each hat sale to the nearest children's hospital! (and if you don't see your area code, you can request it here!)

Pom Throw blanket. These are cozy and cute (and come in three fun colors!) I also really love this cute Christmas banner and am trying to convince myself to buy it :)

Large letter board.  I know, I'm really late to this trend. But big letter boards are super fun! You can find them at most craft stores (not the best quality) or at Letterfolk (crazy expensive. I like this one from Amazon the best- its big, has great ratings, and I've seen it in person and can attest to how great it seems! Know someone who already has a letter board? These letter sets make a great smaller gift!

Real Food cookbook. I've had this checked out from my library for a month and will be so sad to give it back that I added it to my Christmas list. It's the best cookbook I've seen that focuses on real food, but also normal food. Do you know what I mean? I especially love the chapters on lunchbox ideas for kids!

Polaroid daily calendar. I'm stealing this idea from John & Sherry, but its too good not to share with you. I love the idea of making it an annual family gift (grandparents, cousins, aunts, etc). It's small, personal, and each daily photo makes a great keepsake or actual photo to hang!

Wood sign. My absolute favorite shop has new (and budget friendly!) signs. This bathroom one is another favorite of mine.

Leather earrings. I'm obsessed with these gold-tipped, lightweight earrings. I recently lost one from my pair and have been at a loss the past couple of weeks while I wait for my new pair to come in! The neutral color and light-weight make them perfect for almost everyone. I promise, anyone can pull them off! (if you really don't love statement earrings, these marble studs are perfectly classy and timeless)

wool wrap sweater. If you have a sister-in-law or a big gift to buy someone, this lightweight sweater is EVERYTHING. It's a bit on the pricey side, but everything from Lululemon is worth the cost. AND ITS MACHINE WASHABLE. I have a few Lulu sweaters/hoodies that I wear/wash a ton and they hold up really, really well. It comes in a few colors, but Heathered Starlight is my favorite. So pretty!

Embroidered long sleeve. Such a pretty top with a simple loved embroidery! Its a little on the pricey side, but Walk In Love is known for their outstanding quality. This top is a less expensive option and I live this short-sleeved one, too! (I would size up to make sure they're extra cozy)


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