Last Minute Christmas: Mother-in-law

Pressure is on. Today is the day to take care of the rest of your list. And let’s face it, the hardest people to buy for are always the last people you buy for – BUT, with this list, you have saved the best gifts to give for last! First up: Mother-in-Laws.

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Mom’s love calendars. I do too. I use my phone calendar for everything, so for my desk, I like simple calendars that provide a little art and the date. Pinkerton Designs is based out of Seattle and this calendar is designed and printed in the USA on recycled paper. Triple yea!

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I love to buy my mother-in-law sweaters…cardigans are best for hot cocoa next to the fire after a hectic Christmas day. Or maybe wine. Cardigans are best with wine by the fire after a hectic Christmas day. Yes, that sounds much better!

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I love these cards. I would feel like a winner every time I used them, even at Texas Hold’em, which I never win.

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Mini-cupcakes have fewer calories than regular sized cupcakes – even if you eat the whole box…right?!?!

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I could collect every kind of Moleskine ever made. This year, they have introduced collection boxes that highlight different interests. And of course, their standby journals and calendars also make wonderful gifts!

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Kobo soy candles are made in upstate NY and their scents are so lovely. I have this burning now…and the leather/mahogany is probably the only candle that the Husband and I agree on.

So, let’s wrap this shopping thing up now, so we can start the best part – The parties! Happy Holidays!!!