133 handmade gift ideas for christmas Dining Products
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Wine Enthusiast Wine Cork Bulletin Board Kit
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The artistic "Hand Embroidered Table Runner" from our Exclusive Banarsi Designs Collection transforms any tabletop into a visual masterpiece. Our unique decorative table runner is made in India and features an abstract pattern that incorporates techniques using hand embroidery throughout the entire...
Hand Embroidered 72-Inch by 17-Inch Table Runner
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Arabian Velvet 70-Inch by 17-Inch Table Runner
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This vivid and colorful Luxurious Satin Table Runner from Banarsi Designs has been crafted using a combination of smooth multi-colored fine silk and gorgeous hand crafted embroidery.
Luxurious Satin 70-Inch by 12-Inch Hand Embroidered Table Runner
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This Numi flowering tea set is a beautiful gift option. The bamboo box becomes a keepsake, and the clear teapot becomes part of a visual display. Plus, you can watch the tea buds blossom as they hit the hot water. What a nice way to end the day!
These lacquer trays by Iomoi are so cute that I can't pick which one I like best. I think they would be the perfect addition to any coffee table, desk or vanity area.
I first spied these on design blogger COCOCOZY's porche when I was interviewing her for Houzz, and she was kind enough to let me know where to find them. These lanterns will add some exotic style and the glow of candlelight to your outdoor space.
I love the rustic feel of these lanterns. They are a great nature-inspired element to bring to a Scandinavian Christmas theme.
This is such a cool idea. Give them any US address and they will create a cork-backed, four-tile marble coaster set that reproduces a map of the location. It would make the best housewarming gift.
I love to keep flowers throughout my home all year round, and these vases are perfect for a small flower arrangement. Just make sure you include the flowers when you give your hostess her gift!
Based on a nature-inspired sketch and handmade with natural linen, these napkins dress up the communal table with eco-friendly warmth.
These charming "Bistro de Paris" porcelain bowls are great for oatmeal, soups, ice cream, steaming lattés or chocolat chaud. Très français! The set of four comes packaged in a vintage-style tin. My daughter hinted about these for Christmas.
I like mixing simple elements with more elaborate ones during Christmas. These jars are perfect for adding some beauty in a simple and easy way.
These cute birch candleholders will add a natural element and the warm glow from tealights to any room in the house.
Perfect for summer's lemonade and iced tea, these quirky and cute glasses make a great hostess gift for a bicycle fan, or anyone who loves a bit of vintage modern design.
Retro Bike Glasses
White ceramic animals and figurines are trendy and adorable. The little votive candle makes them the perfect accessories for a candlelit dinner.
For instant ambiance at dinner parties and holiday celebrations, a stash of glittering mercury glass votive holders are inexpensive and high impact.
How apropos to serve a bushel of fresh berries in this adorable ceramic farmer's market basket. Modeled to look like the traditional cardboard blueberry pints, there's finally a way to sustain that farm fresh produce look over time.
For the ultimate lazy Susan, I love this custom engraved piece. It would truly make a perfect gift for the wine lover in your life.
Bento boxes: If I could eat each and every meal in one of these gorgeous compartmental boxes, I would! They are so elegant and look like jewelry boxes. The truth is that melamine is a very resistant and long-lasting material, so investing in a melamine bento is a great idea.
Bento Box With Cover
Pottery Barn has long been known for its refined and timeless pieces, but these new hurricane candleholders truly take the cake. Monogram them to make these hurricanes something everyone in your family will envy.
Anything monogrammed automatically feels more personal, and this hemp-burlap runner from Garnet Hill looks heirloom worthy. It's perfect for making a great impression on your mother-in-law.
I couldn't resist this Go Plate. Drinking without spilling might be tricky, but will be fun to watch!
Did you know Japanese people often carry their own set of chopsticks around? I like the idea and this compact set is easy to slip into a lunch bag.
I've just entered the vortex of awesome: chevron stipes and gold. This tray is a must for breakfast in bed or afternoon tea.
Your dad, hubby or brother will be happy with these clever disposable flasks. They're perfect during the snow season for stuffing into a ski jacket (butterscotch schnapps, anyone?) for a day on the slopes.
Drink your morning cup of joe in a Scrabble mug (available in every letter of the alphabet). It'd be fun to have the whole alphabet set so that the family can play around with forming words over breakfast.
Scrabble Mugs - W
My favorite candle company, Diptyque, has released a new line of scented goodness in their Saint Germain 34 collection. You think it couldn't get any better than gorgeous scented candles, but they topped themselves by using porcelain as the container. They're the perfect display items.
This is a unique yet functional way to store your special wine bottle corks — perfect for a wine cellar setting.
Wine Barrel Cork Cage
Soothe your senses with this soy candle by Evoluxe on Etsy. A lavender and chamomile infusion with sandalwood, it not only has a wonderful fragrance, but its handmade, textured matte porcelain container is lovely too.
My son has a little love affair with coasters. They're used as teething toys, frisbees and tools for tormenting the cat. If I had coasters just for me, I would have these — I love the rich variation in the wood grain.
If I'm having a few people over on a cooler night, these would be my coffee mugs of choice. And you can label them!
Love this set of four blind-embossed coasters in a pretty cable knit pattern. They're inspired by knitwear and created one at a time on a 100 year-old Chandler & Price letterpress. Perfect for your morning coffee or afternoon tea.
Now, this would be a big splurge for me, but this wood trivet is such a stunning conversation piece. Rustic is not the best word to describe my home, but it can be nudged that way with partyware like this.
Kids always want their own special plates, and these are just that — because they encourage kids to play with their food. However, I don't think it will be just kids who to eat off of these dishes.
Girl Food Face Plate
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