Christmas ideas for host/hostess gifts or your own home

by Jasmine Wall November 20, 2019

Great ideas for Host and Hostess gifts

The holiday season means your calendar might be filling up with dinner invitations and parties. These creative gifts go beyond basic chocolates and wine bottles while still expressing your gratitude to your host/hostess. Or maybe you are just looking for new items for your own home. Check out this list for some great ideas.

Holiday Hostess Gifts - Home Gift Ideas

1. 2020 Floral Calendar - $24.95

2. Woodland Travel Mug - $16.50

3. Pinch Bowl Set - $19.99

4. Indiana Campfire Mug - $15.95

5. Indiana Art Print - $25.00

6. All Out Of Notepad - $9.00

7. Sceen-printed Flour Sack Towel - $16.00

8. Hand Poured Soy Wax Candle - $18.00

9. Happy Pillow - $32.00

10. Keepsake Recipes Box - $29.99

Hope you have enjoyed our Holiday gift guide from the last few days. We shared lots of gift ideas from our downtown Goshen shop for Her, Him, Kids, Teenagers and Teachers. If you missed any of these, you can go back and read them on our blog.



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