Quick Gifts for a Hostess, Neighbor, or Teacher
I shared my love for this $12 frother* in my Insta stories (click here to watch that highlight). But I thought I’d also share it here as a quick and easy gift idea! Pair it with a small bag of Christmas coffee and voila!
I use mine to froth my coffee creamer before adding hot coffee to get that latte feel at home!
I use this recipe from Brooke at Nesting with Grace to make bread without a machine or kneading! It takes a little planning since you have to let the bread rise for 8-24 hours. (Mix one night and bake the next!) But once it’s done…oh my goodness is it delicious! I keep these inexpensive hand towels from IKEA* in our ‘gift closet’ so I can wrap up a loaf of bread and bring to a neighbor or a family with a new baby!
I also used the same hand towels to make handprint wreaths to gift to grandparents last year! And of course, I made one for myself too! (I used fabric paint like this one*! Once it dries it’s safe to wash in the washing machine!)
Crystal Rainbow Makers
These crystals are a fun mood-lifter* for anyone of any age! They come with fishing line to hang them up. You can hang them from a small cup hook above your window or just on the window lock itself to cast fun, happy rainbows year-round!
They even come in their own little gift box, so wrapping is easy too!🙌🏻
I would love if you tagged me on social media or commented here and let me know if you use these ideas! I love giving gifts, but sometimes you just need a little help coming up with ideas. So I hope this helps make your Christmas season a little easier and more joy-full!
Thanks for Checking In! ~Chelsea
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Gwyn Carpenter says
I love the idea of fresh bake bread and the hand towel, think I will do just that! Thank you!
I’m excited about the bread and just ordered the crystals from Amazon, thanks!