Gift Guide: Hostess Gifts Under $25

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The holidays are right around the corner and to help you find great gifts and have them arrive in time, I am starting my gift guides now. Every Friday will be a different gift guide of items that caught my eye around the web. Each gift guide has a different theme, and these are based on your requests and the requests of friends and neighbors. Heading to your partner's parents' for Thanksgiving? Staying at a relative's house for a few days over the holiday break? Were you invited to a party by a new neighbor? Below are some great hostess (or host) gift ideas under $25 to thank them for their hospitality. And heck, a lot of these would be great gifts for anyone!

hostess gifts under $25

Hostess Gifts Under $25

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  1. Those pears are good. If your host/hostess is the sort who seems to have everything they fill the bill of “won’t turn into more junk for them to store.” I also like sets of seasonal paper plates/napkins. It’s great to recycle and reuse, but sometimes it’s great to use and toss 🙂

  2. I went to college about ten miles south of the Harry and David orchards in Jacksonville, OR. It is the most stunning place in spring, when all the trees are blooming. They have an amazing music festival in summer (Britt Festival), and you’re in the neighborhood of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival as well. I’ll never forget H&D’s PR Director coming to our Communications class to talk about a PR nightmare they had one year. Lovely people in a lovely area.

  3. I probably said this last year, but it bears repeating. If you have a nearby artisans holiday fair I encourage you to check it out. And, yes there are choices under $25. You can find all sorts of unique, useful, and beautiful things, And you will be supporting local artisans at the same time, something I am big on.!

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