12/15/2011 | DIY/Creative Ideas, Special Occasions


Holiday Gift Ideas For The Host And Hostess

When you are heading to a holiday party be the “Bestest of the Guestests” by gifting the “Hostess with the Mostest”! Yes, we just said that…but seriously it’s the right thing to do. We understand it may be hard to fit one more gift into your shopping bag, but saying thank you with a simple inexpensive present will go a long way. We picked out three simple and sweet hostess gifts that will ‘illustrate’ a great impression and ‘note’ you care this holiday season! Main Photo Source: Real Moms Guide

They Draw and Cook: 107 Recipes Illustrated by Artists from Around the World: “This book contains a sample of 107 of those illustrations that range in style from cute to goofy to absolutely gorgeous. The illustration styles range from elegant to cheeky, the recipes from drinks to desserts and everyday to extraordinary. You’ll find hilarious fare like Beetrooty-Yogurty-Thingummyji, Starving Artist Goo-lash, and Top Model Salad; international cuisine such as Moroccan Orange & Date Salad and Moules Frites; and tantalizing tastes like Marmalade Flapjacks and Chicken in Love.” Source: They Draw and Cook

Desktop Notes: “Here’s an elegant and functional addition to any desk or night table. This desktop note box, with an Asian-inspired footed base, holds 200 loose paper sheets each with a die-cut channel to hold your favorite writing instrument. The sheets are imprinted with images garnered from the pattern design on the box. The box comes wrapped in a grosgrain ribbon making a lovely ready-to-give gift.” Really make your mark: Throw in our exquisite EnerGel Alloy Gel Pen for good measure! Source: Spoon Sisters

Simple Sugar Cookies “Sugar cookies don’t have to be a boring gift. Customize the treat by adding a card with a glittery initial of the recipient. Give a copy of the [handwritten] recipe so your friend can make a batch too!” Glam up this gift by using our Metallic Brush Pen for the initial and our Slicci Metallic Gel Pens for the recipe! Source: Country Living Magazine

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