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Gift Ideas: For the hostess with the mostess

4 Dec

I personally love shopping, especially holiday shopping that relates to Christmas. But I’m sure many out there would disagree with me, saying that it’s a chaotic time to be shopping, when people are shoving around the mall to get the “best deals” or waiting in line a week in advance to be the “first in line”. I think as long as you have a solid plan on what to get and know exactly where to get it, your shopping experience will be much smoother!

As Christmas is slowly approaching, I’m going to start posting a gathered list of “best presents” (in my opinion anyway), price ranges and location on where to get them for all demographics((Click the picture and it’ll link to where it’s sold online or in stores!)), starting this week’s with Gifts for your friend of family who’s the “hostess with the mostess”. Hope this makes your holiday shopping easier and more enjoyable to spread the Christmas cheer!

 Price Range: $10-20

Rachet Mill – $19.95 (to grind spices!)


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 Randomonium Board Game – $19.95

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Price Range: $20-30

Himalyan Salt Plank – $29.99

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Global Spice Kit – $24.95
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Price Range: $40 – 50

Cheese Platter $49.99 (click the image to see where you can get it!)
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 Oven-to-Table Au Gratins – $39.95

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Price Range: $50+


Build your own Gift Mitt – Price varies- you get to select what you want inside it!

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Fondue Set – $99.95


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What do you guys think? What’s your favorite?



Mini Bottle Bouquet: DIY Gift baskets

15 Oct

Hey guys! It’s been awhile since I’ve posted! This coming Thursday is National Boss’s Day (thanks to my handy dandy weekly calendar) and since she’s been having a tough month, my department decided to put together a little something for her, a mini bottle bouquet!

These were my inspirations!




It was actually fairly simple to assemble and make pretty. Check out my final results! On average, cost me about $25 and less than 30 minutes to assemble! I bought a mason jar water bottle from Target, so its actually reusablr after all the booze is gone!


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