Buy a new candle, because who doesn’t love that fresh smell? Pick one with an enticing fragrance.
Do you know what your [Holiday] is allergic to or have any food allergies in the family? Get them something they can eat! Maybe even make it yourself and put their favorite recipes on Pinterest for them too. No need to buy anything else if these two things are covered.
If you’re running low on gift ideas (or time), get out some scissors and construction paper and start making cards/crafts for your loved ones. You can fill this up by printing out pictures of the both of you from Facebook or taking a picture together using Instagram’s photo booth app then cutting photos into squares to create a collage.
Change your [Holiday]’s desktop background to something festive and put some holiday music on their phone/iPod so they can enjoy it throughout the day!
If you’re looking for a last minute DIY gift idea, get out that glue gun and whip up some homemade ornaments with paper shreds in different shapes like stars, hearts, circles etc..or make them into magnets by gluing foil onto one side of the shape before cutting it out. You could also use glitter if there are children around who love all things shiny too! (Optional) Add words/names written either in paint or using markers. This is an especially great craft because you’ll have enough left over materials to do another
A [Holiday] themed coffee mug
An ornament with the year of your first date
A personalized pair of holiday socks
Seasonal candles and a candle holder for their favorite scent.
Holiday cards that you’ve written to them since they were born
We hope these ideas have inspired some fun, last minute gifts! Remember: It’s all about making them feel loved! Happy Holidays!! :)”
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The month of December is fast approaching and it seems that every day brings a new holiday. The next time you find yourself scrambling to buy something for your family or friends, remember these 12 ideas:
[Holiday] Ornament (for the tree)
[Holiday]-themed stationery set
Cozy socks with an elastic band around the top just below the toes
A card package of greeting cards in different styles to suit most occasions, like thank you notes, sympathy cards, congratulations/congratulations on baby etc. This will also come in handy if there’s someone who is hard to shop for!
Ticket stubs from concerts they can’t go see anymore but want to remember
Any other memorabilia from their favorite band, sports team, or TV show
Personalized photo book to capture all of the memories and special moments they had with you. You can make a custom one on Picaboo for less than $50 in minutes!
A basket full of goodies like sugar cookies (homemade are best!), fudge, cocoa powder packets, marshmallows etc. This is perfect if there’s someone who doesn’t live close by but you want them to feel included. Send along a package card that says “Happy Holidays” and include an invitation for next year’s gathering as well as ingredients so they can bake some treats themselves when it arrives! *If buying for a friend or family member who lives close by, consider adding some of the ingredients they like to cook with so it will be waiting when they get back.
A new outfit for their favorite holiday party! It doesn’t have to break the bank and you can find something at your local mall that’s on sale or clearance from stores like Old Navy or Target. Last minute shopping is always better if you know how much time you have before people arrive (or leave). *If buying clothes online, make sure checkout allows returns because there may not be anything wrong with them – just try again in another size down/up etc.
Get creative: what kind of item would this person love? Like socks full of candy or a coffee mug that has their favorite TV show character on it?
A great stocking stuffer is something they can use! Maybe some new headphones, a USB drive for all the files on their computer or to transfer data from one device to another. *If buying electronics online be sure you understand returns and warranties before your purchase so if there’s anything wrong with them when they arrive – like the color was different than what you were expecting – you have time to swap out without being stuck with an item that won’t work.
If sending flowers: make sure these are delivered ASAP because many places will only deliver 24 hours in advance of arrival date/time. So if someone doesn’t arrange this last minute bouquet and delivery is guaranteed for the day of, they’ll have to settle with a card.
If buying jewelry: be sure it’s from a reputable retailer or work directly with an artisan where you know the quality and style are top notch. This way if there ends up being any issues (lost in shipping, wrong size), you can easily return and have something else sent out without having to stress about what will happen should this not arrive on time!
A bottle of their favorite wine – make sure that it says “Best By” so they don’t spoil their present by drinking too much before hand! You want them happy when they open your gift 😉
Don’t forget peeps who live together – like couples or roommates – who might not be getting anything from their partner.
The day before the holiday is usually a mad rush, so why add to your list? Here are 12 ideas for last minute gifts that will make them smile and keep you sane on [holiday].
A bouquet of flowers never disappoints! You can even get an arrangement delivered the next morning if they wake up with nothing but a card. It’s like having someone say “I love you” without saying it at all 😉 If buying jewelry, make sure it’s quality and style top notch (and from reputable retailers) so there aren’t any issues should it take too long to arrive! A bottle of wine always goes over well..as does fruit baskets – Buy a new outfit, or see if you have any clothes around the house that are festive. Odds are it’s not often in your daily life when you get to dress up! You might even find some good holiday outfits that will work for other occasions too. – If there is no snow on the ground where you live and none forecastsed for tomorrow morning, walk outside with wet hair and face until it starts freezing (then go inside). This produces an effect of frosty ice hanging from your hair as well as running down over your skin while simultaneously cooling off your body temperature before bedtime. Plus it looks really cool! Put away all breakables so they don’t end up broken during