This final good gift guide of the season is for all you forgetful procrastinators out there. Gift cards will never disappoint, but there’s no need to be as obvious as getting an Amazon or Starbucks one. Here are ten suggestions that are more personal, to make those important people on your list feel as special as they are.
For the Healthy Family: The Honest Company
They can buy everything from diapers to shampoo — all natural and nicely packaged.
Available in values of $10 – $500, The Honest Company
For the Patriot: Makers Market
They can choose from a variety of Made-in-the-US products that honor “the ideals of American craftsmanship, each inspired by the heart and soul of an emerging maker.”
Available in any value between $10 & $1,000, Makers Market
For the Conscious Fashionista: Modavanti
They can choose from a well-curated selection of ethically made goods, including designer
Available in any value between $10 & $1,000, Modavanti
For the Single Lady: A Manservant
A Manservants duties include waiting you on hand and foot, taking photos, serving drink, giving endless compliments, acting as bodyguard and cleaning up your hot mess. You can decide what they look like, how they dress, and even give them a name of your choosing.
$125 per hour, Manservant
For the DIY Connoisseur: Etsy
They can buy anything homemade under the sun. If you can think of it, someone on Etsy is making it.
Available in values from $25 – $250, Etsy
For the Gypsetter: Shop Latitude
They can choose from a curated selection of goods from around the globe — from candles to kaftans.
Available in values from $50 – $1,000, Shop Latitude
For the Minimalist: Everlane
Everlane has pioneered what they refer to as radical transparency, working directly with ethical manufacturers and selling directly to consumers — cutting out the middleman. Every piece is a perfect wardrobe staple.
Available in values from $25 – $200, Everlane
For the Budding Entrepreneur: Moo
Anyone who’s starting a business needs business cards. Moo makes it super easy, offering a wide variety of designs to choose from, making your friend look like a true pro.
Available in values from $10 – $100, Moo
For the Newlyweds: Heath Ceramics
They can choose from Heath’s timeless selection of dinnerware, pottery and vases. Because everyone needs a great set of dishes.
Available in any amount, Heath Ceramics
For the New Parents: Giggle
I know because I am one, new parents need a lot of stuff. Giggle carries a great selection of eco-conscious clothing and goods for the little ones.
Available in values from $25 – $500, Giggle