As is tradition for the holiday season, today I wanted to share great gift ideas for under $25 to add to your Christmas wish list or to share with someone you love in your life.
These are a few of the items that are on my own personal wish list this year!
If you thought I was obsessed with owls this last year, I have found a new obsession with another woodland creature.
I am in love with this novelty-printed fox scarf for adding a whimsical layer to my wardrobe.
I hope Santa will wrap one of these up for me for under my Christmas tree! ($22)
I have never tackled a Jane Austen book although I love every movie adaptation I have ever seen of her books.
Each Christmas I ask for one of these beautiful reissued classics from Barnes & Noble and try to read it for the year.
Why just buy one book though when you can get seven in one?
I am adding this affordable 7-in-1 books to my Christmas list this year. ($18)
** Updated to say it looks like that edition is sold out. Here is a similar one!
I am always looking for prints to add to my office and I absolutely love this reminder for my home office.
The Motivated Type offers loads of motivational prints for living in beautiful typography.
I would love to fill every room of my home with pretty font-filled motivation, but this print in particular speaks to my heart.
For your $25 budget, you can get a size 11×14 print! ($25)
** Updated to say it looks like this print is sold out. How about this one or this one?
We are all about celebrating the big and little occasions around here and I would love to get this beautiful, “Celebrate,” banner in silver to top our baked doughnuts, cakes, and pancakes in the morning for those moments.
I am a big fan of Lisa Leonard and her amazing company Lisa Leonard Designs.
What a beautiful detail to add to our family celebrations! ($29)
*Update! This item is sold out. Here is another banner to jazz up your celebrations. And here is another fabulous gift idea from Lisa Leonard.
Man, my farmer’s market visits just got a lot more fun with this hilarious tote from West Elm.
In all seriousness, I love a good tote bag and I think this one really delivers on the fun and functional factors. ($18)
*Update! It looks like this item is no longer available. How about these cuties?
Oh, the housewares at Anthropologie just make me swoon.
This color-blocked stand would be a perfect addition to my cake stand collection and I love the antique details on this one.
Although the $25 budget only affords me the small one, it would be just perfect for my food photography (Small- $16)
*Updated to say the original is sold out, but this one and this one are lovely as well!
I may be moving on to the foxes this year, but I still love my owls.
For my mother-in-law last year, I got her a cute set of sock monkey stitch markers.
She says it is her favorite thing and such a fun addition to her knitting supplies.
For knitters, it can be hard to come up with fun new gifts to add to their arsenal of tools, but a cute set of personalized stitch markers are a one-of-a-kind gift that any knitter would love.
If these sell out, check winemakerssister for lots of other fun knitting notions and gifts ($11.95)
*Update! These did indeed sell out! Here are some cute woodland creatures and sheep!
It’s no secret that I am a big fan of our site sponsor Flourish Boutique!
There is rarely a day you will catch me not wearing something from their beautiful shop.
This wool hat is a perfect example of beauty and functionality.
I am crazy about anything with rosettes and these neutral colors mean it would match with anything in my wardrobe.
Although this is priced a little out of my $25 and under budget, our readers get a 25% off discount code using WEB25, putting me right under budget! ($29.50)
*Unfortunately Flourish has closed its doors. Here is a cute hat and here is another on Etsy and check out this faux fur pom-pom one at Nordstrom Rack!
I am always looking for new ways to journal, but I have a hard time coming up with things to write about, especially on a daily basis.
I love this idea for a journal because it offers 365 questions that you can answer over the course of five years.
I think this might help me with my writer’s block that I have when trying to find the words to describe our daily life ($14.16)
Well, if you aren’t into woodland creatures, I’m afraid that half of my list just isn’t for you this year!
Sorry about that!
Every year I try to get one cute new mug and this year Anthropologie captured my heart with this woodland creature mug with, “these wood are lovely,” nestled inside.
I can picture enjoying my morning coffee in this one and the price tag on that fits just right too! ($10)
*Updated to say the woodland creatures are sold out. How about a monkey? A platypus? Or maybe a giraffe?
Love these ideas and looking for more?
What is on your Christmas list this year?
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