You can't come empty handed to all your holiday parties! At our Holiday Blogger Bash, I shared some of my favorite gifts to bring to hostesses this holiday season. Here's a list of things that show your appreciation:
A game for people who love words and patterns. The idea behind Typecrush is to focus attention on the letter patterns and dynamics of individual words. The colors correspond to the frequency that letters appear in typical English language use. To solve a word in Typecrush, players must think through letter patterns and combinations using only the letter frequency chart as reference. If you'??re a visual thinker, parent, wordie, gamer or just like a challenge, give Typecrush a try!
DabneyLee Large Lucite Tray ($130)
Personalize some great gifts--from trays to wine holders to my favorite...clip boards. We're showing the lucite tray with removable and interchangeable graphics. This creative and colorful gift is ideal for the hostess with the mostest!
Kusmi Christmas Tea ($16.95)
Got a tea lover on your list? Give a warming blend of black teas from China flavored with orange, almond, vanilla and spices - perfect for winter tea-times. Main flavor: Citrus and Spices, simply mouth-watering!
Gaiam (vase $19.20 frame $9.60)
Go green this holiday! These designs are embellished with spirals of recycled magazine paper. Handcrafted by a fair trade group in Hanoi, Vietnam. From Au Lac Designs, a fair trade group. 100% recycled magazine paper that is rolled into spirals and glued onto clear glass by a fair trade group.
A treat for wine lovers. Handcrafted in Charleston, South Carolina, these Rewined Candles evoke your favorite vintage with their subtle wine-inspired appearance and aroma. To create them, all-natural soy wax is hand poured into vessels made of repurposed wine bottles. Vessels handcrafted of repurposed glass. Available in eight wine-inspired scents. 11 oz; burn time up to 80 hours.
Momtrends was not paid for this post we did get a lot of these items as gifts.