My final gift guide includes beautiful / useful / delicious gifts for nearly anyone on your list - and a few options for personalizing them.
Clockwise from top:
Star Ornament: I love these beautiful paper star ornaments. Tie around a bottle of your favorite beer or wine bottle & you're done.
Tea Towel: Jenny Pennywood's tea towels make great gifts on their own, but if you want to kick it up a notch, pair with your favorite kitchen tool, a nice box of sea salt or a few coveted family recipes.
Books! Friends of mine have recently launched books & they're all fantastic & share-worthy:
The Who, The What and the When: 65 Artist Illustrate the Secret Sidekicks of History by Julia Rothman, Jenny Volvovski and Matt Lamothe. (My husband John wrote an essay in this book about George Washington's dentist and the crucial impact he had on our first president's life.)
Make & Give by Erin Jang and Steph Hung - a super approachable book of 35 simple, modern craft projects to make any day special for the people we love. (I'm making two of their projects as Christmas gifts - stay tuned for that post!)
Sunday Suppers: Recipes + Gatherings by Karen Mordechai - a beautiful collection of meals for friends & family.
Chocolate Bars: Each bar of chocolate from Chocolate Editions by Mary & Matt is wrapped in a limited edition silkscreened print. As far as I'm concerned, chocolate has never looked so good.
The Linda & Harriett 2015 Letterpress Calendar: Our 8th annual calendar! And I still think it's a beautiful gift.