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Don’t get caught empty handed at gift giving time. Keep a stash of these hanging pine dish towelsm wrapped and ready for the moment you realize you forgot about the piano teacher … and the dog walker … and your mailman.
If you prefer a more homemade gift for the avid cook, pick up a few of these glass flasks a few days early, fill them with good quality olive oil and fresh herbs, and let the herbs infuse the oil for a few days before giving them as gifts.
Weck jars are essential for storing homemade jams. I love that they're affordable enough for gifting purposes.
Weck Glass Jars
If you’re not exactly a baker but still like to give thoughtful food gifts, I think this bamboo tea box is so classy. It needs no embellishments past a ribbon to tie it up and some carefully selected teas for your lucky loved one.
Bamboo Tea Bag Box
Gifts in a jar are my favorite — and the one I always have trouble giving away because I want to keep them for myself. These simple and festive jars are perfect for passion fruit curd, my specialty during the holidays.
I think I might just have to make this sweet cookie jar a home in my kitchen. It's practically perfect — minus the fact that it doesn't come already filled with homemade cookies, of course.
Homemade Cookie Jar
Mason jars are perfect for displaying just about anything. Simply drop a candle inside and wrap a ribbon around the jar.
I am always on the lookout for chic storage solutions, and these vintage-style milk crates from Target recently caught my eye. They would work either stacked on the floor or placed on shelves for anything from kids' toys to magazines.
Instead of keeping a mess of bags of flour in the cupboard, I purchased a few of these great glass jars with lids to keep my flour, sugars and grains fresh and my pantry well organized. It's easy to see how much you have left with the clear glass sides.
Fresh bread can quickly become hard or spongy if left out or placed in a plastic bag. A linen bread bag actually keeps it fresher longer and helps it maintain that crunchy outer crust. Whether you are baking your own loaf or heading to the local market, this bag is a must for the country kitchen.
I adore these Working glasses with lids by Crate & Barrel. The lids make them the perfect little storage containers for leftovers, the glasses stack, and they're super cheap. What's not to love?
These pale pink boxes lined in metallic gold are so sweet. I envision them in a baby girl's nursery housing newborn essentials.
I resolve to get my tangled mess of jewelry in order. A white porcelain egg tray will keep my tiny earrings and rings organized.
My daily breakfast includes one farm-fresh egg. All of the brilliant different shades of brown and white that arrive from my chicken caretaker are not to be hidden, so a ceramic egg crate is the perfect item to place in the refrigerator. It's a simple and elegant way to spruce up the inside of the...
Have everyone write their New Year's resolutions on small pieces of paper and put them into a jar as the night progresses. You can read the resolutions as midnight gets closer or on the next day.
Burken Jar with Lid
I use cotton bags in all sorts of sizes to store scarves, shoes and other winter accessories before piling them up inside bigger storage boxes. I love these simple white ones that you can stamp or write on.
If you can't find Tiffany boxes for your fashionista tree, wrap a variety of sizes of any boxes you might have in this Tiffany-blue paper. Tie your packages with black ribbon if you like the way my tree looks, or you can use red ribbon the way Tiffany ties their boxes at holiday time. White or...
Every year before the holidays, I head to Ikea for some basic, inexpensive wrapping. This year's favorites are these retro Santa bags. They're great for party favors, Christmas candy or small gifts.
Julmys Gift Bag
Want your gift wrapping station to function for every occasion, not just the December holidays? Get yourself a stock of kraft paper bags. You can stamp them, color them and cover them in seasonally appropriate bows.
The retro designs on these gift tags are so fun that I might just save a few to hang on the tree instead.
In my mind, kraft paper is the perfect blank slate for all holiday wrapping. This roll from Olive Manna is actually a little bit thinner than your typical kraft roll, making for crisper folds and an overall easier wrap job.
Brown Wrapping Paper
Don't forget to beautifully wrap all of your favorite stocking stuffers. Everyone appreciates a well-wrapped gift, and I very much appreciate the beautiful illustration on this wrapping paper. I'd add gold ribbon for a touch of elegance, and perhaps a sprig of pine from the Christmas tree.
These little twist ties are great for using with a bottle of wine or other such hostess gift that doesn't require a full wrap job. Slide your gift into a pretty bag if you've got one, or, heck, even a brown paper one will do. Slip a gift tag or mini ornament on one or two of these twist ties, tie...
Keep this baker's twine around and you'll use it more often than you think. Wrap up a loaf of bread to take to a friend and keep it closed tight with this colorful twine. Perfect for wrapping edible gifts!
For DIY wrap, my favorite is good ol' kraft paper. A simple gold star or tree stamp makes yards of festive holiday paper.
I am woefully unskilled at tying a decent bow, so this charming gift "buckle" could save me from giving an unkempt present this holiday season. It comes with a yard of velvet ribbon that can easily be pulled through and cut to size. No extra finger or fancy looping skills required!
I like that this little pine cone stamp set isn't holiday specific — use it anytime in the colder months for gift giving or card making.
With the holiday season knocking on our door, wrapping a bottle of wine in a red tartan plaid bottle tote is the perfect gift for any hostess. 'Tis the season to be giving!
I keep a stash of these treat bags from Target in a kitchen drawer at all times. They come in handy for gifts, party favors or baked treats. I like putting in wrapped candies, folding down the top and stapling on a folded piece of decorated card stock. Voilà — instant valentine.
These ornaments would look great on a tree, but I would also tie them up with the bow when wrapping gifts for a little extra cheer.
I've seen a lot of packaging tutorials that include these little tags. String one or two onto some ribbon or string, wrap your gift and use the tag to show who it's for, or to share a festive one-word greeting like "Cheers!" "Give" or "Love."
For those of you who don’t like spending a ton of time wrestling with wrapping paper or boxes, tissue paper is your best friend. Grab a sheet or two of colorful tissue, stuff it around the gift inside a bag, and you’re set!
This large roll of craft paper comes in handy. My children use it to paint, color, draw — we've even used it to wrap birthday gifts.
I'd love to have these spools of striped cotton twine on hand for craft projects. Wrap anything in this general store staple for an instant handmade touch.
Cotton Twine - Navy & White
I'm loving the burlap trend this season. Fill these Thanksgiving goodie bags with treats from the season as a parting gift for your small friends.
Spruce up a box of treats with one of these pretty gift tags. The set includes a pencil and string, so no scrounging for both once your sweet creation is ready to go.
This original painting by Fifi Flowers is perfect for creating a playful and romantic feel in a little girl's room, especially one who dreams of visiting Paris one day. As it's small, I would place it in a cream, hand-carved wood frame and set it on my daughter's dusty blue French bedside table so...
Vintage plus wire equals a favorite in my book. This is the perfect letter organizer to use on your desk or on a kitchen countertop.
Here's a great way to dry those tasty herbs from the garden. Hang them in your kitchen where they will be easy to reach when your cooking a meal.
Herb & Flower Drying Kit
Perfect for a craft room or the kitchen, this cast iron combination twine holder and scissors could give a city dwelling a hint of farmhouse style.
Another ode to keeping things tidy: I like this re-purposed straw dispenser used to corral writing utensils.
Great for the holidays, or any time of year, Olive Manna's aged tags have a vintage appeal that's totally contemporary.
Sometimes it can be nice to have a designated area for your kids in your workroom. That way, they can create alongside of you.
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