10 Christmas Gifts for Grandma, Who Has Almost Everything
Let this be the year you find the perfect Christmas gifts for Grandma.
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Grandma’s got every recipe down pat, but she won’t mind a few helpful pie-making tricks from the Elegant Pie cookbook ($25). It contains step-by-step instructions to create stunning pie crusts that almost look too good to eat. Check out gift ideas for Grandpa, too!
Think of all the hobbies Grandma could enjoy if she spent less time vacuuming her house. The iRobot vacuum ($270) will allow for just that, with a cleaning system that keeps both hard floors and carpet free of dirt, dust and hair. Best of all, she can connect the Roomba to Alexa or Google Assistant and use voice commands to schedule the cleanings.
She’ll never lose her keys again with the easy-to-use Tile Mate ($48 for four). Simply attach a Tile Mate chip to a pair of keys—or any other valuable item—and use a smartphone to make it ring when it can’t be found.
If your grandma has many memories to display, a digital picture frame ($70) is a great way to collect all her photos in one slideshow. Connect the frame to a power source so it automatically turns on, and play the uploaded photos to fill her home with cheer.
A Kindle ($90) will allow Grandma to read as many books as she can download. There are literally millions of books, newspapers and audiobooks to choose from. The device’s display is similar to a real paper book, with adjustable lights that allow you to read inside or outside at any time of day. She can adjust the text size without leaving the page she’s on, too. Load it with one of our favorite cookbooks from the last year.
There’s nothing cozier than a warm cup of tea. For a grandma who can’t start the day without hers, a monthly subscription to Sips by ($45 for three months) is definitely worth it. She’ll get a box of premium teas from around the world, based on her own preferences.
Inspire Grandma’s green thumb with a succulent seed starter kit ($30) so she can create and maintain her very own indoor succulent and cactus terrarium. It contains seeds, burlap jute grow bags, planting pots, potting soil, pruning sheers, bamboo plant markers and a wooden gift box that can be repurposed as an indoor planter. Don’t miss our tools and gear for more serious gardeners, too.
This custom wood cutting board ($40) is a practical way to celebrate Grandma and the little hands that love to help her cook family meals. This beautiful board is crafted from maple, and can be personalized with any message up to 20 characters and include up to 12 names. Pair it with a clever recipe organizer.
Let Grandma screen her visitors with a Ring video doorbell ($200). The device allows her to see, hear and speak to her visitors on her smartphone, tablet or PC—and it can be connected to Alexa. As soon as any motion is detected by the Ring doorbell, it will send an alert right to one of her most-used devices.
Make Christmas breakfast special for Grandma and her guests with this beautiful dish set ($212 for six pieces). The Villeroy & Boch set is made of porcelain, and contains plates, mugs and bowls. Scalloped edges, sweet Christmas tree designs and red accents make the set truly irresistible.