Creative Last Minute Gift Ideas
One-of-a-kind online gift ideas for all those that are stuck on what to get!
It is getting down to wire with Christmas shopping and if you have that one person on your list that you have no idea of what to get. These are some ideas to hopefully knock that gift giving out of the water!
The handcrafted and homemade site, that I love to browse but sometimes it slips my mind when I'm cursing for gifts! Etsy is like the arts and craft show that you can go to and stay home, nice and warm. You can find hidden gems like RiverandSea! Handmade, gorgeous, one of a kind jewlery, that you will absolutely love and want to wear all the time. The jewlery will not disappoint anyone on your list to buy a gift for all year round.
The Animal Rescue Site is where you can get adorably cute and functional clothes and household items all the while helping to feed shelter animals. Give someone a gift they will love that will also help an organization that they care for. From cute flats with cute out paws on the side, to adorable blankets. The site is afordable and will be hard to say not to tons of stuff.
The gift that will be a showstopper at any party. One Hope is the gift that will wow the girls on your christmas gift. It is not only one of the best wines you will have, but it is one of the cutest and most rewarding wines you will have. The bottles come covered in silver and gold glitter and the profits go to charities that beneift children, animals, veterns and more. It is amazing wine, a great bottle to decorate with afterwards, and you can help your favorite non-profit.
Support your local firefighters and the local Children's Hospital by getting the gift that will make each month of 2019 that much more special. The 2019 Colorado Firefighter Calendar is the perfect gift for those that love and appreciate our Colorado Firefighters. They sport their best 'on the job' poses all in good fun to help the burn unit at the Children's Hospital. A Christmas gift that will keep them smiling, as well as the children that are spending Christmas in the Hospital this year.