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6 Easy Christmas Gifts For Those Hard To Shop For Friends

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Finding the right Christmas presents for everyone on your list is a heavy task. I know the struggle all too well, so I sat down to come up with some easy gift ideas that will cater to every last person on your list. If you’re in a present pickle, peruse these options and find the packages that will have your family and friends thanking you for years to come.


Present in a Jar

Use the theme of jars to make your gifting experience much easier. How exactly? Well consider your culinary strengths. Do you make a mean green salsa that your best friend goes gaga over? Or are you a connoisseur at jam? Make up a batch of your culinary creation and print out some hilarious personalized labels with your face and the title of your choosing. If you’re not a wiz in the kitchen, considering some other awesome jar gift ideas. You can layer in all the necessary ingredients for some awesome cookies, or fill with hot chocolate powder and accent it with a mini bottle of Bailey’s for your adult libation lovers.


A Box Subscription

Subscription boxes are all the rage, and it’s not hard to see why. No matter what kind of hobbies your loved ones have, you can find a subscription box to fit their needs. If they’ve got a love of comic books that can’t be tamed, consider the geek-approved Comic Bento, which comes with a surprise collection of graphic novels each month. If you know someone who prizes new makeup products above all else, consider the ever popular BirchBox, which will send them the latest and greatest makeup products each month. If one of your friends is obsessed with trying out the newest craft beers and wouldn’t be caught dead drinking a mass-produced libation, consider the Beer of the Month Club, which will send them unique brews from around the world to quench their thirst. If you can think it, you can find it. From boxes for those who collect art to subscriptions to delicious food services, you’re sure to find the right fit for anyone in your life.


A Streaming Service

In our fast-paced world, catching our favorite shows at the time they play can seem impossible. If you know a television junkie who loves keeping up to date on the latest and greatest Hollywood has to offer, consider buying them a membership to a streaming service like Netflix or Hulu. These memberships will give them access to exclusive shows and provide hours of relaxed entertainment for both them and their families.


Event Tickets

What’s better than the gift of a memory made together? Look into upcoming events in your area and buy a pair of tickets. You can choose to go with the recipient, or give them both of the tickets so they can take someone of their choosing (this works especially well for those of us that may live far away). Look through Groupon for local deals and make sure to plan it far enough in advance that they don’t likely have other plans.


An Experience

Give them something they’ll never expect by buying a gift certificate to Excitations.com. This website offers a host of different experiential gifts, including a day with a golf pro, a few laps around the track in a racecar, and a hot air balloon ride that will take them to new heights—literally. With a gift certificate you don’t have to make the choice on what they do, and they’ll get to try something they never thought they would. Everybody wins!

A Beautiful Arrangement

If you’re still at a loss for an easy present for Christmas, order through a website like FTD.com that has a bevy of Christmas items, like flower arrangements, cookies, chocolate dipped treats, and more. It’s like a one-stop shop for all those hard to find presents, and you’ll be so glad you don’t have face the hustle and bustle of angry crowds at your local mall. Even last minute gifts can be done through a site like this with same-day delivery, so if you’re currently having a panic attack about finding the right gift, head on over and make your present-finding easier than ever before.


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