Halloween is in the books, and we are off for the holidays! While it is hard to not spend all of your effort doing some much needed Christmas shopping, Thanksgiving is certainly worth your focus! It is a time for family and remembering what why we are thankful! It is also a great time for gathering! Some even celebrate Friendsgiving! The phrase usually means the celebration with friends either right before or right after the actual Thanksgiving celebration, but sometimes geography or circumstances can keep us away from our family. And aren’t good friendships really just an extension of family? I know mine are!
There are fires in the fireplace. Hot toddy is on the stove. Crockpots are working in overtime. And it is a great time of year to have many gatherings! But I always ask myself….”what can I bring?” And by all means…a good guest should never arrive empty-handed… So, no need to stress about it….I’ve got you covered with many options for quick and easy grab and go (some DIY, too!) hostess gifts!
And all of these gifts are under $25!!!
For the Hostess that Loves to Bake, Grill, or Cook
For the baker so she will always have soft butter at the ready! You could bring this with a butter from a local farmer to add an extra touch!
This would be great given as a gift accompanied by a special seasoned salt to use for the holidays like a rosemary sea salt or a peppercorn pink salt!
This is my favorite candle this fall! It simply smells like fresh baked yumminess in my home!
For the Hostess that Loves to Glam Things Up
These are the most perfectly charming wine charms for the season! They also come in gold, as well!
Bring these with a jar of a local market homemade jam or a local cheese.
Bring one of these openers with a six pack of cider to celebrate the fall feels!
For the Hostess that is a DIY Super Mom
(and you sorta want to impress her!)
This is the mom that appreciates the little touches! Your gift does not have to be homemade, but she will appreciate that extra effort!
We are totally mad for plaid! Offer to bring bread for the evening, and wrap it in this darling plaid table runner! Finish by tying it with a little twine and a thank you note for hosting!
Find a simple terracotta pot and a small bag of moss to add to this one! Be sure to wrap it with with burlap ribbon so it has a more natural finish! Give this gift now, and it will be in full bloom just in time for Christmas!
This would be so cute if you tie on a small package of colorful chalk so the hostess can use it year round or for menu displays!
Be sure to personalize this one by adding a card with your favorite cake recipe handwritten on the card!
Be sure to fill this with a box of her favorite tea bags or with a homemade dry mix of hot cocoa!
As we enter this season of thanks and gratitude, we want to share how thankful we are for you our readers and followers!
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