12 Christmas Gifts for Coworkers
Spread some holiday cheer around the office with these Christmas gifts for your coworkers.
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Let your coworker have their cake and eat it too with a can of confetti cake-flavored loose tea ($11). The tea is a blend of pineapple, chamomile, safflower and mango for a sweet tea that is sure to brighten up their day. Check out these 13 other confetti treats.
This one is sure to get a giggle or two. The Wacky Waving Inflatable Tube Guy ($8) is a battery-operated tube man that looks just like the one you’d see outside a car dealership. While the inflatable comes with a mini-history book about tube men, it doesn’t come with a battery. So, make sure you pick up a 9-volt battery, too.
What’s a sweeter holiday gift than something that comes from your kitchen? Check out our list of food gift ideas that range from jams and jellies to baked goods and candy and even mixes. Learn how to best package those homemade treats here.
Leave it to Rifle Paper Co. to create a gorgeous floral mug ($14), complete with golden monogram and handle. The bright flowers come in a white, coral, teal or navy blue color scheme, depending on the letter chosen. You have to check out Le Creuset’s shimmering enamel mugs too!
If your coworker always has their nose in a book, you should definitely check out Frostbeard Studio’s soy candles ($6-$18). Each scent is inspired by a novel, ranging from Harry Potter to Pride & Prejudice. What’s more, they are available in candle and wax melt form. The next time you see your coworker, ask if they’ve read any of these foodie-themed books.
Gift a bottle of Mike’s Hot Honey to really spice up your coworker’s lunch. It’s made with wildflower honey from New York state and infused with a blend of chili peppers for just the right amount of heat. Your coworker can use it on everything from pizza to toast to chicken—and even ice cream! Mike’s website even has a digital recipe book that’s stuffed with ideas.
Help keep your coworker’s morning cup o’ joe nice and hot with a mug warmer from Mr. Coffee. The plug-in warmer has an easy to use on/off switch and can fit a mug that is 3 ½ inches across. Did you know that this is the best time of day to drink coffee?
Whether they use it for motivational quotes or as a to-do list, this letter board will be a great addition to your coworker’s desk. The set comes complete with a board and 161 letters, numbers and symbols. If they’re not sure what to put on their new board, show your coworker these celebrity chef quotes about butter.
With bags of Cheez-Its, mini Fudge Stripes, graham crackers, mini rainbow chocolate chip cookies and Elfin crackers, this variety snack pack is a handy gift for the coworker who always seems to forget their lunch. These easy lunch recipes are too good to be forgotten about.
Brighten up your coworker’s cube a bit with this hanging calendar. The whimsical design includes a coffee or tea label with florals or animals that are native to the beverage’s origin. Bring these delectable dishes to your next work party.
In a time pinch? This gift set from Burt’s Bees is an easy grab-and-go option that comes with a vanilla lip balm and lemon butter cuticle cream in an adorable tin ornament. The set also comes in pomegranate and honey. These food-related ornaments are begging to be on your Christmas tree.
A chilly office is no fun in the depths of winter. Help keep the cold at bay with a fuzzy microfiber blanket your coworker can keep right at their desk. You can also turn to these warm cocktails to keep the cold away after work!