The Secret to Great Gift-Giving

Gift-giving can be a daunting task, but it doesn't have to be. There's an old tradition that Erin and Ben have adopted over the years that makes Christmas gifts thoughtful, exciting, yet practical, and we have to share their secret. 

When shopping for your friends and loved ones or making your wishlist, use these four guidelines. Focus on giving and gifting:

1. Something you/they want.

2. Something you/they need.

3. Something you/they wear.

4. Something you/they read.

It's the best way to satisfy and surprise every person on your Christmas list! If you're shopping American-made or local this year, here's our go-to picks to help you finish your Christmas shopping early. 



Gifts For Her 

Browse our best-selling headbands, candles and hand soaps, essential and beautiful kitchenware items, Tocca fragrances, and much more!


Gifts For Him 

Grab a comfortable Scotsman Co. flannel, a durable leather product made by Longleaf Leather Co., and a Woodworker's apron that's good for handymen. 


 Gifts For Kids

Get creative with your kiddo. Snag a Scotsman Co. or Laurel tee, a state puzzle to solve, a wooden truck, or a floral headband. You can't go wrong with any of these picks!


Gifts For the Office

We'll make this simple for you! Your boss and co-workers will love candles, notepads and stationary, a delicious snack, and a cool mug to show off around the office. 


Gifts for the Hostess

When traveling this holiday season or staying with family, it's customary to bring a hostess gift as a thank you for their hospitality. We suggest a candle, a Hymn tea towel (a favorite!), an Adam Trest print, or a bag of Big Ben's Blend to refresh their stock. Easy enough, right?

We hope this inspired you on your Christmas shopping quest. Remember to shop early, shop American made, and shop small businesses this holiday season! 

Pro-tip: Don't forget to check out our current promotions at the top of our page. Use the code at checkout to claim your discount!