There are some great gifts that you can give your neighbors that will thrill people no matter what their taste in gifts are. When it’s time for the holidays, many of your neighbors will go all out for the season, decorating both the inside and outside of their homes.
For neighbors like that, picking out an ornament that they’ll love will make a great Christmas gift. For general ornaments, you can choose from musical instruments, elegant crystals, angels, Santa or snowmen figurines, cute penguins, reindeer and more.
But there are specialized ornaments that you can get for your neighbor, too – for instance, if you know which sports team they root for, then you can get an ornament based on that. If they’ve served or have a loved on serving in the military, then a military ornament would be a nice way of saying you wish them a Merry Christmas.
If you live in an area where cars get snowed in and windshields get iced over, an ice scraper is a thoughtful gift and so that their hand will stay warm, you can get this gift contained in a hand mitt.
With the holidays, the best scented jar candles always come out on display. Pick up a few jars of this in heavenly Christmas scents like pine tree or cinnamon-sugar or apple pie. Many of these candles will come in a decorative mug so that it looks beautiful at the same time it’s filling the home with a warm scent. These jar candles also come in fresh scents like lavender or vanilla, too.
Classic Christmas movies are something that everyone who lives in your neighbor’s house would love to watch. Coffee mug kits with hot cocoa or specialty tea blends are a great idea and so is a kit to make S’Mores.
Recipe books make great holiday gifts and you can find some recipe cookbooks that focus solely on delicious Christmas meals and treats. You might even put it in a little basket with paste and sauce to complete the gift.
Card or board games are a great idea for neighbors – and they can share the fun with your family or their own family members. Garden plaques and lawn ornaments are gifts that some neighbors like. From cute woodland animals to mischievous gnomes, you can find something that each neighbor will love based on items you already see in their yard that you know they collect.