9 Gifts Inspired by Your Favorite Christmas Movies
Pick up a gift for the Christmas film fanatic you love—after you pass through the seven levels of the Candy Cane forest, that is!
Sip your homemade eggnog in style with a set of moose mugs ($30). These beauties are modeled after the ones Clark and Eddie use in Christmas Vacation.
Leg Lamp Cookie Cutter
This fun cookie cutter ($6) turns your favorite treats into miniature leg lamps from A Christmas Story. Just make sure you use a sturdy dough, otherwise the cookies will be too fra-gee-lay (must be Italian). Get our best Christmas cutout cookie recipes here.
Engraved Cutting Board
Mary and George knew the secret to a proper housewarming: bread, salt and wine. Even if you’re not moving into Bailey Park, remember the message with this It’s a Wonderful Life cutting board ($28).
“I Believe” Magnet
Do you believe? Show your support for Santa Claus with this Miracle on 34th Street-inspired fridge magnet ($10). Celebrate the big guy with a batch of these Santa star cookies, too.
Hot Chocolate Spoon Mold
In need of refreshment? Even if you’re not onboard The Polar Express, you can still whip up to-die-for hot chocolate. Edible chocolate spoons ($8) put your cup over the top.
White Christmas Quote Print
Channel your inner Bing Crosby with this gorgeous White Christmas quote print. It will add a festive touch to your kitchen, especially as you whip up a batch of snowball cookies.
Celebrate everyone’s favorite Reindeer (plus Santa and Sam the talking snowman) with this Rudolph-inspired treat mold ($9). Use the pan to make homemade holiday chocolates, marshmallows and more. Find more reindeer-inspired treats here.
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