Anyone still scrambling to get their Christmas shopping done or need one extra little thing for someone? ME TOO! So I decided to hopefully help a friend out and send some easy ideas for any and everyone! Enough chatter, let’s get to shopping! Per Amazon, everything listed should be ready to ship (with Prime!) and to your home by this weekend! That even leaves a whole day for wrapping. See, you’re more ahead of the game than you think 🙂
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DIY/Tech Lover or New Homeowners
One tool that we cannot imagine doing projects without is our Ryobi nailer! It’s so easy to use, has no intimidating tank attached to it, and is one of our absolute favorites.
If someone is starting from square one with tools, then a kit like this is perfect. I received a similar kit when going off to college, and I think half of our dorm floor came by to use it. Instant friend maker, and I also still have it to this day!
More a fan of tech than DIY? We LOVE our Hue system and there are multiple ways you can purchase it, including extra bulbs! It allows you to control fixtures and lamps on your phone, without any crazy wiring. All you do is hook up the hub, and then swap out your light bulbs! Another easy and inexpensive option is a smart plug like this one. This would make a perfect stocking stuffer too!
If tech isn’t a great option, I think everyone could always use cute dishes to put rings in next to the sink or on a nightstand, or keys and glasses in next to the door. I don’t think you can ever have enough cute little trays 🙂 I also don’t think you can ever have enough blankets, and this faux fur one has amazing reviews (like over 4,500 of them)! I might just grab one for myself. Focus Jodie, focus!
I am really excited about this gift option – it’s a book for grandparents to write down stories and family tree info and so many other amazing things to learn about your family and ancestry! Some of my favorite stories were from my grandparents and I kick myself every time I forget to write down the details. This book is a perfect solution!
After the DIY/New homeowners, this is my next favorite category to buy for! Things like a cute marble serving board (or this one with copper!), a fun marble wine holder, or this multipurpose insulated and pretty serving bowl are easy and make great gifts! If the person loves to cook, these dice also look like a lot of fun to play with to come up with some new recipes yet put your own spin on it at the same time.
Coffee lovers? Who isn’t? This Kitchenaid Cold Brew maker is awesome! We own one and love it. Try making chai tea in it as well – you’re welcome.
Once the coffee drinking is done, it’s time for wine. At least in our house 🙂 Aerators (high and low) are an amazing way to make a $10 bottle of wine taste like a $20 bottle of wine (okay so this is not actually a scientific fact, but I do honestly think that it makes red wine taste even better!) and are always a cute gift.
Easy option – if your parents don’t already own an Instant Pot, then I’d highly recommend that easy and great gift! I use ours to cook weekly and the other functions make it a great tool to have in the kitchen.
For the coffee or wine lover, pair one of these socks with a bottle of wine or a coffee gift card and you have a witty yet useful little gift!
Candles also make a great small gift for anyone – A yummy scent and something with a cute simple label like this would be perfect.
These coffee sleeves are super cute and universal (and green!), and would be perfect as is, or pair with a mug or gift card.
For any teachers in your life that you’d like to splurge on, while supporting charities at the same time, this Alex and Ani apple bracelet is so sweet and is something that could be worn for years to come.
Dog fanatic? How cute are these reversible jackets (we own the dark red, they’re great quality!) or how amazing are these Christmas sweaters? I also spotted these food and water on the go containers (love this and this one!), and might snag one for our pups! Perfect to keep in the car or take on long walks! Lastly, every dog loves treats, so why not gift a cute canister to store them in. Bonus points if you fill it up with delicious snacks for Fido!
Cat lover? This grass is too cute and provides a little greenery for a home too! Or toys are always great. Love this funny wine and cheese option that could be easily paired with a gift for the cat owner as well!
Sisters: I’m in love with all of the comfy yet cute fleeces lately and this one would make such a good gift! Clothes on Amazon may sound a bit crazy, but some amazing fashion bloggers have recommended this one and it has great reviews!
Brothers/Sisters: This speaker has amazing reviews and my husband uses it all the time, even when out golfing with friends. If they’re the person that’s impossible to shop for, a Yeti cup is an easy and great quality gift (grab one for yourself while you’re at it, I use mine every single day!). Last but not least, games are always a great option! I’ve heard good things about this new family game, and this Watch Your Mouth game is always a fan favorite.
Alright, that’s it! Have someone that wasn’t listed here that you’re still lost on? Let me know and I’ll add them to the list! Happy shopping!