What’s the Project? This cute warmest wishes neighbor gift idea for Christmas is a fun gift that they will love receiving. Hot chocolate and cozy socks with a cute warmest wishes tag. This is easy to pull together and so much fun to give!
I love neighbor gifts so much! We live in a wonderful neighborhood where everyone knows each other really well and I love having the chance to give something to my neighbors and friends at this time of year.
I also love to hear that knock at the door and get something fun from those neighbors.
It just brings so much simple joy. And every year I go a little crazy on what I do for my neighbors-this year is no exception. In fact, the guy at the dollar store who was ringing me up when I purchased the supplies even told me I was crazy. (There’s a reason I call this blog Crazy Little Projects.)
Here is my fun idea-warm, fuzzy socks packaged up with hot chocolate and a cute tag!
Wrap it all up in cellophane or put it in a cute container and you have a REALLY fun gift I think! I would love to get this gift because who doesn’t love fuzzy socks!?
And REALLY, I just love hot chocolate so why wouldn’t I want to give that to everyone I know?! Love it!
Warmest Wishes Neighbor Gift Idea:
- Fun socks-I got most of mine at the dollar store or in the Target dollar spot. Teenagers and dads are harder. My poor dads are just getting boring, plain old socks.
- Hot chocolate mix
- Printable tags (see below)
- Packaging materials-cellophane, ribbon, etc.
Here is the printable tag for you in a PDF with 6 per page or you can right click and save the image and open it on your computer and size it how you want and print it:
Put it all together for such a fun, sweet neighbor gift idea. One of my favorites. I hope your neighbors love it too.
Have a wonderful holiday season.
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sounds like the perfect gift to me!
I love this idea! I hadn’t decided on a neighbor gift, yet. I think I put in a fleece throw for the men. Thanks for the inspiration!
How lucky are your neighbors and how it would be fun to be yours !
I have lot of pleasure to read each of your articles. So good ideas, so good receipes, so good crazy projects !
Merry Xmas, Amber.
Kind regards from Bordeaux in FRANCE
Amber, I absolutely love your blog! I have filed away each of your emails for later perusal because I could do just about everything you send out, and would have a reason to do so. With that in mind, concerning Pinterest, I have a question for you… it’s a little strange… anyway, I want to create a board on Pinterest just for your…um…”stuff.” I know it’s the quickest way I’ll be able to access the projects you publish. I do categorize on Pinterest, but I think you know what I’m talking about when it comes to finding pins when you have hundreds to sift through. So, here’s what I’m asking: how should I label my board without infringing on your copyright? (because I wouldn’t dream of doing that!!) A faithful subscriber, Shannon
I think that labeling things on Pinterest any way you want is fine. 🙂 Thanks for your kind words!