Whether you're shopping for baby's first Christmas, your BFF, or your grandmother, Hallmark can help you find just the right gift. No matter their interests: if they love Peanuts® or snowmen, Vera Bradley bags or snow globes, Hallmark has just the thing. Check out our Christmas gift guide to help narrow in on the perfect gift or shop by price. A few of our favorite gift ideas this year include bath bombs and luxurious soaps and lotions or delicious, melt-in-your mouth chocolate to help a stressed-out friend. If you're interested in gifts that give back, we have a collection of products that all include a charitable giving component. If you're looking for gifts for brothers, dads and boyfriends, crazy socks, men's grooming kits and Star Wars products are at the tops of men's lists this year. For the younger kids, you can't go wrong with itty bittys® and other cuddly stuffed animals or developmental toys perfect for toddlers and preschoolers. Personalized books are another fun gift for young readers because they become a part of the story. You'll also find Christmas books for all ages, from board books for babies to romantic fiction—based on Hallmark movies—for adults. For the foodies in your life, we have lots of adorable Christmas kitchen accessories, like tea towels, salt-and-pepper shakers, serving platters and coffee mugs, as well as fun entertaining and bar gifts. You'll even find pet gift ideas for the four-legged family members, too.
Do you have something sitting at home that you never use? It might be tempting to wrap it up and give it away to someone else, but that is always a risky move. You don’t want to accidentally give a gift back to the person that originally gave it to you. Or, if the woman you give the gift to eventually finds out, she will surely be disappointed and not feel special.
You want the best for your kids, and these gifts deliver. They are the best things you can put under the tree this year that will have them talking long after the season is over. There are fun gifts like animal flip-flops that leave animal tracks behind, and hoodies that make it look like a monster is eating their head. These are the types of gifts that make Christmas memorable, and create that morning moment you’re looking for.
This isn’t a bag thing, but it also comes with an additional difficulty factor, one that we wanted to flesh out in an entire section. The practical guy has three types of people who are going to understand his hobbies or understand what items will make his career/job easier to perform. They see these gifts as optimizing their life, which is a big up for the happiness factor. The types of people and the reactions they can expect are as follows:
Jenna - I sent this crate to a long-term contractor of mine who deserved a cool and unique show of… more appreciation. He absolutely loved the gift (and probably the crate and duct tape wrapping even more!)--he said it totally made his day (and week!). I had the gift delivered to his office and he said all of his colleagues were standing around watching when it was delivered, wondering what it was and how in the heck he was going to open it. I wish I could have been there to see it! Thank, Man Crates! :D less
TV Service, Movie, or Gaming Gift Cards - Just about everyone on the face of the Earth loves movies or at least video games. Getting something to an online download service for games, streaming service like Netflix, or a Fandango gift card to grab some movie tickets, shows them that you’ve paid enough attention to know what to get them. Maybe they mentioned a new movie coming out that they really wanted to see, or you know about a game title that’s about to drop, and they just have to have it. This takes the risk away from getting the wrong gift, by allocating the funds you’re spending on them to a specific service or set of services. If you’re not a gamer, and you grab the wrong title, the exchange and wait are a lot more awkward; gift cards put them in control, but you’re still treating them.