Christmas Gift Guide: 12 under $100


Hey guys! Can you believe it’s December already? The year has just sped by and as we approach Christmas, I thought I’d drop in with a Christmas gift guide with 12 fabulous pressies under $100 to help you with any Christmas shopping you might still need to do. All of these lovely items have come straight from my shop, where I have personally stocked and curated the prettiest of wares, all hand crafted with love by creatives around the globe. If you want to read more about and why I started a shop, click here. In the meantime, let’s get shopping!

Christmas Gift Guide by Avenue Lifestyle I’ve loved the linen napkins ever since I opened my boutique and would love a set of these in my Christmas stocking! I’d also love a Wild Folk candle to burn next to my bed and have my bedroom smelling like jasmine. Love the up cycled amber jar it comes in! My Mum, who was my first customer, purchased this gorgeous beaded necklace for herself and (not so secretly) wish she’d bought if for her darling daughter, so now I’ll have to steal it on my next trip home! There’s another one in my shop which is equally as lovely too. A great gift! And how darling is this little hand painted planter pot? Perfect for a tiny succulent, would love one on my desk.

Christmas Gift Guide by Avenue Lifestyle

That beaded wall hanging has been on my wish list for a while now. Love the shapes, materials and boho modern feel. And speaking of shapes, I LOVE these origami fridge magnets! Our fridge could certainly benefit from a little bit of bling, I can tell you. They are laser engraved and cut from light maple wood with a 3D effect and come in a set of three. I think this leather and copper air plant holder is such a different and interesting item to gift to someone special, don’t you think? Love the blush colored leather strap and it’s so lovely against the light green walls too.

Christmas Gift Guide by Avenue Lifestyle

I do love a pretty pouch and I’ve stocked several in my boutique. The screen printed products by Year Round Co. are so gorgeous and highly practical. They have great bags and lovely colourways, so click here for more of what’s in stock. This little wristlet in sage green with cognac leather trap is so sweet and great for your travel bug friend, and it also has an antique brass zipper. Pretty! For something a little more edgy, this olive green canvas and brown leather pouch by Orchid Sage is super cute. Receiving something for the home is always lovely and I personally can’t get enough cushions in my life, so would just love to receive this lovely cushion with the words ‘Take Heart’ embellished onto it. I love the message the words deliver, to feel hopeful, confident, encouraged and emboldened, and in brassy gold? Bang on trend! And this hand-turned wooden bud vase is delightful and a beautiful object to style with at home.

For your interior and design loving friends, I can’t recommend the book ‘Decorate’ more highly, and not because I am a columnist over at decor8. The book’s author Holly Becker {decor8 founder} poured her heart and soul into her first book and it has tons of great info and inspiration all to do with decorating. I literally read it from front to back, which I never do with book like this. A great read with very inspiring imagery.

I could seriously have picked so many more beautiful things for this post, but these are some of my very favorites, and I hope you love them too!

Have fun browsing the boutique and supporting creatives who make a living creating the beautiful gifts that you can give to those you love this Christmas.

Holly x

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2 Responses to “Christmas Gift Guide: 12 under $100”

  1. Catherine says:

    I love a good gift guide. Also I didn’t know about your boutique but I definitely have my eye on that candle now!

    I posted some cute gift wrapping + Christmas stationery with a free printable this week, if you’d like to see. I think it’s just your style!

  2. Monkey says:

    I have been so bedreweild in the past but now it all makes sense!

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