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If you’re a social butterfly, your holidays are filled with back to back parties.
And you know it’s rude to show up empty handed.
Here are 5 gift ideas for under $30 that you can give to any hostess this holiday season.
1- Stemmarkers by Modern-Twist, $16 for a set of 6.
Help your hostess keep track of what their guests are drinking with these food-safe stemmarkers. Use a ballpoint pen to scribble your name, initials or the type of wine you’re drinking. These can also be used as napkin rings.
2- Normann Copenhagen Rocking Glasses, $25 for a set of 4.
The Rocking Glass features a curved bottom that allows it to rock without spilling over. Perfect for serving drinks and/or desserts. They also make really cool votive holders.
3- Normann Copenhagen True Feelings Tea Light Candle Holder, $26 for set of 2.
Give this gift as a decorative accent and let the cozy atmosphere radiate.
4- FUZ Wine Pocket, $25.
You can’t go wrong with the gift of wine. But you can certainly take it up a notch by presenting your bottle in this wine pocket.
Handmade by artist Tina Frey, these decorative trays are perfect for desks, vanities and bookcases.
* Holiday tip: It’s good to stock up on a few of these items so that you’re prepared for those last minute invites!
Thanks, Furniture Fashion!
We couldn’t agree more!
Liz Kinnmark and Kegan Fisher are the creative duo behind Design Glut (we interviewed them a while back right here on Hatch). They create mind melting housewares, jewelry, and accessories that tell stories with unexpected twists. Check out their product offering right here on the Design Public — it’ll certainly make you crack a smile.
In addition to being INSANELY creative, Liz and Kegan find inspiration in interviewing true entrepreneurs who follow their dreams and who live life passionately and on their own terms.
Last week Design Public’s own Drew Sanocki had the honor of being interviewed.