GIFTS FOR THE ONE WHO HAS EVERYTHING
Always the number one most requested gift guide…what do you get for the person who has everything? We’re talking parents, in-laws, “rich Aunt that buys everything she wants and has expensive taste,” that was a direct quote from one of you, haha. I definitely have a few of those on my list (if I am being honest I am also that person because there’s nothing I every really want, if I do I usually buy it for myself, I know I’m the worst). Truthfully I just enjoy giving gifts more than receiving but I digress. I think these are all pretty reliable crowd pleasers and I made sure to include a wide variety of price points. Here are my top gift picks and ideas for the one who has everything.
The Always Pan
The pan taking the internet by storm, chances are, you’ve probably heard of the Always Pan by now. I am here to say, it really does live up to the hype. We use it to cook EVERYTHING, the rest of our cookware is jealous. Their Black Friday sale is happening now, get $50 off with code SUPERSALE. Make sure you look at the ship dates as every color has different availability. I got the blue for my Mom but just realized it doesn’t ship until after Christmas. Still, it’s worth the wait.
We got a Coravin a few years ago and then proceeded to make it our go-to gift for anyone we knew that was a wine drinker, particularly if they’re someone that’s hard to buy gifts for. It’s a wine preservation opener that lets you pour a glass of wine without pulling the cork, preserving the rest of the bottle so it stays fresh for every glass. They have different models at varying price points, the Model 3 starts at $199 and it goes all the way up to the Model 11 which is fully automatic and has Bluetooth connectivity.
When I crowdsourced for the best gifts you’ve ever given or received the Breville Espresso Machine was at the top of the list (spoiler alert: it’s not cheap). It looks pretty amazing for a coffee lover, especially espresso drinks. I worked at a café back in the day and I made a pretty good latte. Wouldn’t mind brushing up on my skills at home.
Never buy almond milk again, the Almond Cow is the ultimate at home plant-based milk maker. Cashew, oat, hazelnut, almond, coconut and more, the Almond Cow is SUPER easy to use and very low waste. You can even use the pulp in recipes (they have a ton on their website). It was a huge way for us to reduce waste buying store bought plant-based milk.
These olive oils made in California are from a WOC-founded brand. Brightland is changing the olive oil game with carefully sourced olives from family farms, and each bottle has a harvest date (something most olive oil companies do not do). The bottles also have really fun designs and they have an artist capsule featuring artwork from emerging artists. They also sell these great looking spouts. This is the perfect gift for someone you need to ship to.
Follain Gift Set
Follain is always one of my go-to gifts for the tough to buy for crowd. I love this gift set of the Everything Soap and Everywhere Lotion. Even better the products are non-toxic and come in really nice recyclable or reusable glass bottles (and under $50!). For the real beauty guru this 4-piece set has a bunch of my favorites including the Follain candle and dual detox mask.
I wrapped up my partnership with Headspace last week but it’s still very much a part of my everyday routine. I’ve been using Headspace for about a year and I can’t imagine life without it at this point. Headspace makes meditation so approachable. I gave my entire family a membership last year for Christmas and it was a big hit. Including my link for 20% off a yearly membership.
Artifact Uprising Calendar
This desktop calendar (starting at $30) is always a fan fave and especially now, not seeing loved ones for so long, it’s a nice way to share photos. Everything from Artifact is great quality. I ordered our holiday cards from them too. This baby book is a great gift for a new mom. I ordered one for myself and I can’t wait to put it together.
Farmhouse Pottery has a few spots in my gift guides because their pieces are so special and well made. They have a ton of great gift ideas on their site and you can choose to gift wrap for sending gifts directly to the recipient. I love this honeypot gift set that comes with Vermont honey.
Custom Pet Portrait
I can attest to the fact that a pet portrait is ALWAYS very well received. It was also a top recommendation from my crowdsourcing. I went down the rabbit hole and found this Etsy shop that has a quick turnaround and they ship free! You can also do more than one pet or people and pets. They’re very reasonable starting at $48.
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