2021 Holiday Gift Guide: For the Gals
Gift guides have become a little excessive in recent years. This year we’re keeping things practical and simple. I’d love to stick to the want/need/wear/read idea, but I know that’s more for the kids. Those categories are still in my mind when I’m shopping for others. At this point for me personally, I’m almost done shopping and a large portion of gifts are handmade/homemade. But let’s get some ideas going with this gift guide. Stay tuned for a guide for the guys and for kids!
- Cast Iron Skillet
The cast iron skillet is probably one the most used items in my kitchen. It’s versitle. Cornbread, bacon, pie, biscuits, steaks….that’s just some of the things I’ve cooked in it recently. It’s a great gift idea!
- Ceramic Diffuser
We’ve cut out candles in our house because most of them give us headahces. We’ve replaced them with diffusers in just about every room. There are tons of options but we like these ceramic ones that also add a little light to the room.
- Hanging Frames
Hanging frames make changing art easier – especially when they are magnetic! Great for large prints or even kid art work!
- Weighted Blanket
The weighted blankets in our home are wonderful. They are calming and comforting.
- Bread Making Kit
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve noticed that bread making is an artform that is being revived! Plus this is a double win, you gift someone this kit and you’ll probably get some homemade bread.
- Bread of LIfe by Abigail Dodds
Bread kit or not, this book is a wonderful gift. Abigail shares both her love for Jesus and bread in this book.
- ESV Scripture Journal Set
This set will be on every gift suggestion for the rest of my life. I love these and think everyone would benefit.