Stocking Stuffers Gift Guide | 2011
Well, we’ve come to the end of the Gift Guides and today is all about my favorite kind of gift. Stocking Stuffers. Petite, easy to wrap (in a stocking) and at the perfect price point, stocking stuffers are the perfect gift for your neighbor, the mailman and your favorite barista at Starbucks; not to mention those stockings hung by the fire.
1. Kate Spade Le Pavillion iPhone 4 Case | $40
I have the black-dot version of this case and I can’t tell you how many times this case has saved my phone from shattered destruction. Buy. Immediately.
2. J.Crew Cognac Leather Shoehorn | $28
Gorgeous. And a perfect price point.
3. Anthropologie Kitchen Magic Twisty Whisk | $8
Don’t tell Matt but I think I would cook more if this was in my utensil arsenal.
4. Primele Custom Return Address Stamp | $59
Have a friend who moved recently? Or just one who adores gorgeous typography?
5. Container Store CableDrop Cord Clips | $9.95
My desk needs a set of the black and my charger station needs a set of the white. Dear Santa.
6. Bootique Boot Clips | $20 for a set of 3
Brilliant; and I’m not just saying that because I worked on product photography for owner and creator, Lindsay Sokolowski. I need a set or two and I don’t know a single girl who wouldn’t love to become a part of the Bootique family.
7. Paloma’s Nest “Where We Met / Where You Were Born” Map | $38
Ours would read “Ogden, Utah | 1998”. What would yours read?
8. Jake Spade iStand | $7
This little gadget will find its way into three stockings (that I know about) this year. It’s perfect.
9. Lunalux Letterpress Tree Thank You (6-pack) | $14
Lunalux is my local letterpress shop of choice thanks (in part) to their gorgeous selection of sentimental and witty branded card and stationery products. Jenni at Lunalux is a true artist and I am lucky to call her friend. (PS. All Melissa Oholendt branded materials were printed at Lunalux!) And, of course, bonus points for a local business!
10. Container Store Cyber Clean | $7.99
The perfect stocking stuffer for a technology conscious brother, dad and husband. I mean… Maybe?