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in law gift guide 2015

In Law Gift Guide for the Holidays 2015

I’m only a couple years into shopping for my in laws. But I’ve learned there’s not much direction or guidance in that land. And E’s parents certainly put my creative shopping gift to the test. Oh no, they’re not picky or anything. It’s the exact opposite: they are some of the most contented people you’ll ever meet. Regardless, I love the act of giving presents and bringing a bit of well-wrapped joy. So I’ve compiled this in law gift guide of the best things to buy them this holiday season.

one: A whimsical wall calendar for birthdays, holidays, and scheduling visits. ($26)

two: One personalized recipe stand that also works with iPads for the tech-savvy. ($140)

three: This scratchable map is a sweet way to catalog family travels or create a wish list of destinations. ($22)

four: For the coffee drinker or tea lover, this space saving set of mugs is perfect. ($60)

five: Show some retro love with this copper and rose gold ice bucket. ($42)

six: A set of three monogrammed washcloths for the ever-ready guest bathroom. ($13)

seven: Capture all the family fun times on a throwback polaroid cube. ($99)

eight: Timeless elegance in the form of neutral agate bookends. ($250)

nine: Notes, journals, and tasks galore fit beautifully in a leather bound daily diary. ($31)

ten: Fill this silver infinity frame with a photo of special significance. ($50)

eleven: Luxury wine on the go with this vino picnic basket. ($53)

twelve: A touch of glam and delicious fragrances with this metallic trio candle set. (120)

thirteen: Sweet letterpress taxi notecards to keep up with snail mail correspondence. ($31)

fourteen: Cozy and customized throw blanket for movie nights or beach dates. ($64)

fifteen: A polished yet modern terrarium for indoor greenery. ($125)

sixteen: An endless supply of caffeine goodness with this sleek espresso machine. ($290)

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