Show Thanks with these Holiday Hostess Gifts

altIt’s always nice to be invited to Holiday Celebrations, and even nicer to bring a little something along to show your Host or Hostess that you appreciate being included on their guest list.

I have a couple of tricks that I use to help cut down on holiday stress and one these is stocking up on a few Holiday Hostess Gifts well in advance of the date when I know I might need one. So to help you get started cutting down on your holiday stress, here are a few unique items I have come across recently that could make a great hostess or holiday gift for almost anyone.



These fabric snowflake coasters come in 3 different holiday colors and will add a fun touch of whimsy to almost any holiday celebration. They’re great for promoting some holiday spirit and so well priced that you can stock up on several packages of them to use for anyone you might have forgotten on your gift list as a last minute gift solution.




altI can’t think of any host or hostess who wouldn’t be thrilled to receive one of these gorgeous Olive Wood paddle serving boards and what better time to receive one than during the holidays when they can be used to serve cheeses or hors d’oeurves? Each one of these boards is handcrafted in Germany and then they are rubbed with an organic oil that enhances the marbled graining of the olive wood. They are available in 3 different sizes and can also be monogrammed for an additional charge.




altWho would have ever guessed that these cool foldable gold stars first began as models for mathematical concepts that were designed by the talents of John Kostick? They make great holiday accents for your home and you won’t be able to stop playing with them once you put your hands on them. And for an even more playful look, you can hang them to display them. They are made of a bronze finish that will patina over time and look great year round. But if you only want to use them as a holiday decoration, they fold up compactly and can easily be stored away with the rest of your holiday decorations until next year.