It’s my last official gift guide and it’s stocking stuffers plus other great gifts because there were a few more “uncategorized” ones I wanted to include! In case you missed it, you can shop my gifts for her and gifts for him–in total there are 55 suggestions, each with a little blurb about why I recommend them.
To those of you who have bought from my posts already, thank you so much! I earn a small commission from many of the sales (the retailer pays the affiliate network, who in turn gives me a portion for sending a shopper to the retailer’s site) but the reality is I also really love putting these posts together and it makes me so happy to hear when they’ve been helpful! There are a few more gift-ish posts (but not full gift guides) coming in the next week, but hopefully this helps you check a few more things off your list!
I’ve heard several recommendations that Stasher makes the best reusable “plastic baggies”–their price point is reasonable, too! I’m hoping to add some of these to our kitchen in 2020.
I’m a huge fan of giving (and receiving!) practical gifts and a nice box of tea is perfect for the tea drinker in your life! This variety pack looks great and for something even more aesthetically pleasing, you can’t go wrong with Harney & Sons.
If you know, you know! This salve helps provide relief for chapped lips, dry skin, and minor burns. Bonus: it’s “clean,” too.
The perfect deck of cards for a wine lover, especially one who enjoys expanding their vino knowledge base.
I’ve been tempted to overhaul my athletic sock stash with Bombas and keep putting it off because they’re on the pricier side as far as socks go–and therefore would make a great stocking stuffer!
These are the best little brushes–three for around $12! They’re supposed to be for wet hair but I use them on dry, too.
Cocktail napkin sets seem to get better and better each year–I think they’d be perfect for a hostess or in the stocking of someone who likes to entertain!
J got a version of this pizza oven for his parents last year and they’ve loved it! It’s one of the pricier things in my gift guides but if we had a yard, I’d definitely be tempted to get one for ourselves.
I picked up a pair of Serena & Lily pillow cases on sale a few years ago and while we don’t have the matching sheets, reach for them regularly and love how high-quality they are. The beauty of having all white bedding is being able to get some fun accents like this!
I bought one of these bags a few years ago and it lives in my everyday tote. I love that it folds up into a little pouch–it’s lightweight and perfect to have on hand for a last minute grocery run or wet umbrella.