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2. Hot Ruby Cranberry Cider // This is one of our most favorite holiday things. EVER. Hot Ruby is a cranberry cider, so unlike typical cider, their family recipe marries cranberry and citrus juices infused with an exquisite blend of spices. Perfect for the holidays or anytime! Shake well and serve hot or iced. It’s nonalcoholic and our boys love it too! If you are looking to spice it up for a fun, adult beverage, it’s a great mixer for holiday drinks too. We love adding a bottle to a fun gift basket for neighbors, coworkers, our kids’ teachers, hostesses, and more! Use code HEATHER10 for 10% off your purchase!
6. 211 Waterloo A Great Cocktail // 211 To Waterloo is a brand who curates unique, thoughtful, and stunning gift sets from independent artists, and if you’re looking for an elegant gift for a coworker, a teacher, or really anyone on your list, look no further! They ship nationwide and you can purchase and have a gift set shipped directly to a friend or coworker–anyone who can be hard to shop for! Eric and I especially love this Cocktail set for the aficionado who loves to celebrate every occasion. I once heard coffee and cocktails are teachers’ favorite gifts to receive!! 😉 Check out their other gift set options here!
9. Diffuser & Oils // For the person who loves a little ambience!
11. Lap Desk // Great for a teacher who is on their computer a lot!
13. Walkers Shortbread Advent Calendar | Festive Shapes Shortbread | Gingerbread Men // If you aren’t already familiar with Walkers Shortbread, let me point you toward a good thing! This #1 bestselling holiday cookie is a true product of Scotland, est. in 1898. This is such a good gift to “Decide Once” as the Lazy Genius says, perfect for the hostess, friend, kid’s teachers, church bible study leaders, neighbors, etc. Don’t forget to grab their advent calendar (with 6 flavors of shortbread!) for the kiddos and some treats for yourself to enjoy with hot cocoa or coffee! Yummmmm!
Does anyone else want to give something thoughtful to your kid’s teachers or your coworkers, but you’re not sure what the best ideas are?! I’ve got you! It doesn’t take much to simply say “thank you” and “Merry Christmas!”