Home for the holidays is a common theme this time of year. Holiday songs, travel plans, colorful packages under the tree, and thoughts of reuniting with loved ones are all reminders of a traditional Christmas at home. We've decided to extend that sentiment with gift ideas for those who return home for the holidays, those who cannot, and even for yourself. These gifts will bring comfort and joy to the special people in your life.
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These shearling-lined moccasins will keep tootsies toasty on cold winter mornings. Also available in Men's.
More convenient than sticks and cleaner than newspaper, this fire starter box will keep the fire roaring all season long.
Whether entertaining or relaxing at home, this speaker will help create a merry ambiance with its sleek, wireless design.
This game is a family favorite that's perfect for those cold, snowy days when everyone would rather keep warm inside.
Adult coloring books are popular right now—and for good reason! Coloring is relaxing and a great way to keep one’s mind sharp and attentive to detail. The artist or designer in your life is sure to enjoy this fun activity in his or her downtime.
Your favorite gardener will love this set of hand tools. The skilled craftsmen of Clarington Forge have been making quality tools since 1780, so you know this is a gift that will last!
The Girl on the Go
Although she'll be home for the holidays, she's a regular jet setter. Between traveling, rushing to and from meetings, going to the gym, and picking up the kids, she needs a stylish tote that does it all.
The Road Warrior
Give the frequent traveler in your life a map of his or her favorite city! Cut Maps make unique gifts for people who already have all of the luggage, cosmetic or shaving cases, and mini cocktail kits they need. These maps are laser cut from stainless steel and come pre-framed in a variety of sizes.
Created by Emilie Kyle & Cassandra Reinhart
Edited by Cassandra Reinhart