12 Thoughtful Christmas Gifts for Your Neighbor
Spread holiday cheer to the folks next door with our budget-friendly ideas for neighbor Christmas gifts.
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A long-lasting alternative to flowers, succulent plants ($20 for five) add a welcome splash of green in the middle of winter. The low-maintenance plants are ideal even for those without a green thumb. Here are more succulents that we’d love to gift.
Taste of Home
Whether it’s an assortment of holiday cookies or a batch of your famous chocolate chippers, homemade cookies are a thoughtful and delicious gift. To make it extra special, use one of our clever cooking packaging ideas.
Taste of Home
While Christmas cookies are a classic choice, our most popular homemade food gifts range from preserves and pecans to dips to candy.
While homemade popcorn is easy to make, this popcorn gift box ($33) that blends cheese corn and caramel corn is a treat. Garrett popcorn is our favorite food gift from Illinois; don’t miss our picks for the other 49 states.
Puzzling is the perfect activity for long winter afternoons, making it a great Christmas gift option. We like this 1,000-piece puzzle ($18) printed with vintage bestseller book covers.
Scented candles are a go-to stocking stuffer, but the fragrance can be too powerful for some. These beeswax candles ($19 for a 3-pack) throw a cozy glow without the aroma.
Just about everyone can use another ornament for their tree. This heirloom-quality hot air balloon ornament ($20) is a charming option. We can also recommend all kinds of Christmas ornaments for people who love food.