Finding the perfect gift to give those who mean so much to you can be tricky. There are some people who are especially hard to shop for as well, including your in-laws. We asked you all who you need help shopping for, and your in-laws was an overwhelming response. With this in mind, we thought about other people who can be difficult to shop for and decided to put together a blog post dedicated to those particular people on your holiday shopping list. In case you’ve missed it, we’ve been sharing gift guides for several weeks now so be sure to check those out here!
Gifts for your mother-in-law:
Many of you requested gift guides for your parents-in-law. These gifts are very versatile and can be gifted to your parents as well. When shopping for Mom, we suggest going to the cozy route. A nice pair of pajamas and cozy slippers will keep her nice and toasty this winter. We also found this digital picture frame. You can upload pictures remotely via an app so you can update it any time and it’s the gift that keeps on giving. Keeping this updated with photos of her grandkids would be such a sweet gift.
Gifts for your father-in-law:
For your dad or father-in-law, sticking to their hobbies or interests is your best bet! If he’s a grill master, he could always use some new tools or a nice apron to help him take his grill game to the next level. If you aren’t too sure about his hobbies, you can gift him something that helps them unwind after a long day. This neck and shoulder massager with heat would make an excellent gift for him, and just about anyone else on your list.
White Elephant Gifts:
If you have a Secret Santa gift exchange coming up, you’re probably on the hunt for some good white elephant gifts. Typically, white elephant gifts are a little silly, but we like to gift items that are still practical and won’t wind up in the trash or sitting on a shelf unused. These sauce holders and french fry holders for your car are genius. This could be great for a coworker who eats in their car during lunch or for a busy mom on the go.
Gifts for coworkers:
Shopping for coworkers can be another tricky category, especially if you don’t know them too well and drew their name for Secret Santa. If you have a closer relationship with your coworkers, you can definitely tailor their gift more towards their interests and personality, but if you’re shopping for someone you don’t know too well, sticking to work essentials or desk accessories is a good idea. You can give them accessories to add some personality to their workspace, like this mouse pad. This gives a little life to their desk. On the other hand, you can gift items they have probably seen that will be extremely useful but wouldn’t buy for themselves. This laptop stand and coffee warmers are great examples and would make anyone so happy that you were their Secret Santa!
Gifts for teachers:
If you plan to gift your child’s teacher a Christmas gift as well, we’ve got you covered. One of the best ideas would be to pick up a tumbler and fill it with cute little items like hand lotion, lip balm, socks, etc. You can also gift personalized items like this stationary set or tote bag. Personalized items are such a sweet touch, especially for those wonderful teachers!
Gifts for your girlfriends:
Shopping for your girlfriends is so much fun! She probably has some viral items on her wish list, such as the UGG tasman slippers or an Everywhere Belt Bag. You can think about what you might like for Christmas and gift her something similar because chances are they would love it too!
We love finding the best gifts for your loved ones, and we hope you found these gift guides helpful!
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