Guest Picks: 12 Days of Christmas
These prints are amazing. I'd love to hang them in my home all year long.
This beaded ornament would look beautiful hanging from a chandelier, or even just from a ceiling hook as a sort of hanging piece of art.
I like the idea of framing these as art.
A vintage tea towel would make a perfect hostess gift, or it could just add some holiday flair to your kitchen.
The illustrations in this book are charming. I also love that it comes with a record, so you can hear the music and sing along.
I love Rachel Isadora's African spin on traditionally European fairy tales, so I know this one will be just as delightful.
There's a version for each state!
I'd hang this in my kitchen window. It would be so pretty with the light streaming through it.
I'm a sucker for all things pirates, and I think my kids would love this one too.
Jan Brett's illustrations are always amazing. My girls and I love this one.
Hilary Knight's version of this book is a holiday must for my family.
This one looks quite magical to me. I'd love to add it to the collection.
Get baby in on the fun with this fold-out book. Little ones will enjoy the hands-on element and will love hearing you sing the song to them.
I love the bold colors and paper-cut feel of these illustrations.
When I was a kid, my family and I made stained glass ornaments every Christmas. This coloring book reminds me of our family tradition. I think my kids would love this in a few years.
I love modern twists on classics, and this one looks like fun.
I own this Golden Book version, and it is just exquisite. It might be one of my favorites.
This is my very favorite version of this book. Wildsmith's illustrations inspired a "12 Days of Christmas" ornament project for my family one year.
I love these ornaments for kids. I think they would quickly become family treasures.
This paper garland is made from one of my favorite versions of this book. It's such a fun way to add a festive touch to your home.
This would be beautiful in an entryway or kitchen. I love the use of different fonts for each item.
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