The Holiday season is officially upon us! Everywhere I look I see Christmas stuff up already. I heard Christmas music as Sam’s Club yesterday and my mom’s house is already Christmas-ready. She’s got her tree up, holiday lights and table all set! There is no better time than now to start narrowing down your Christmas gift list and checking those items off. Here are 5 gift ideas for friends and neighbors that won’t break the bank, but will make them smile!
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I love how simple this gift is, a bag of chips and salsa. Perfect snacking gift + Brooke from All Things Thrifty made the gift tag a free printable!
So I could not find an original blog to link this image to! I see it on Pinterest collages but when I click through this picture isn’t part of the round up–click bait! LOL. I do love the simplicity of this gift too. An oven mitt, cookie mix and cookie cutter. I’m planning on stocking up on these after Christmas this year so I can have them on hand and ready for next year!
I found this cute snowman foodie gift at The Weathered Palate this would be super easy to create, pretzels, red yarn and a mason jar and some buttons. I have plenty of mason jars at home, if you don’t pick some up at the grocery store. They are pretty inexpensive.
Pam from Over The Big Moon, shares a great idea –a movie night with a Redbox code and some popcorn. Ps. Go to her blog and grab the free printable, you’ll be all set to gift these right away! I think this would be a fun way to send a gift in the mail, or as co-worker gift.
Ps. I’m not ready for Christmas yet. I usually start listening to Christmas music the day after Thanksgiving and try to put my Christmas decor up the weekend of Thanksgiving.
My mom definitely has me beat this year by starting a week earlier!
I hope you enjoyed these 5 Gift Ideas For Friends And Neighbors. I chose simple things you can put together at home and set up in bulk. You can also give these gifts to co-workers, mail the popcorn and movie night to family out of state, and take any of these gifts to a party as the hostess gift.
What is your favorite neighbor or friend gift to give?
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