Procrastinators, unite! If you’ve waited until the last minute to finish (ummm...start?) your holiday shopping this year, this list is for you.
Here are 13 gift ideas for everyone on your list that you can buy right now and have for Christmas by way of a little creativity, the magic ✨ of the internet, or every mother’s best friend—Amazon Prime two-day shipping. Now get clicking!


1. Books

You can never, ever have too many books. Here are some of our favorites:

Hello Garden Bugs: A High-Contrast Book; $7.95, Amazon


Red Car, Green Car: A Changing Colors Book; $5.24, Amazon


Good Day, Good Night; $12.68, Amazon


Red & Lulu; $12.42, Amazon


2. Subscription Boxes

We love subscription boxes for so many reasons—they are easy to shop for, can be delivered via email immediately, and are truly the gift that keeps on giving. Here are a few of our current faves:
Three (beyond adorable) bows every month for $11.99 + shipping. Yes, please.

Little Poppy Bow Subscription; $11.99/month,


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This subscription box service delivers organic, non-GMO, kid-friendly, and super fun baking kits right to your door. As if you need another reason to eat cupcakes...

Foodstirs; $15 per kit and up,


3. Local theater tickets

Local theaters often offer tons of great children’s programming at ultra affordable ticket prices and provide a great intro into the world of theater for even the littlest patrons. Do some Googling and find a theater close to you and see what’s playing over the next few months. Then support the arts and snag some tix!


4. CrossFit membership

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If the guy in your life is looking for a new workout regime, a CrossFit gift card is a great way to go. It’s tough, motivating, and there are affiliates all over the US.

CrossFit membership; membership prices vary,


5. Yeti Rambler Stainless Steel Tumbler

We love all things Yeti, and we think dad will agree. This stainless tumbler keeps beverages ice cold or piping hot, and are incredibly durable and dishwasher safe.

Yeti Rambler Stainless Steel Tumbler; $27.20, Amazon


6. Tile finders

Always running late because dad can’t find his wallet or his keys? Enter Tile, a tiny Bluetooth tracker you can stick, hook, or attach to anything you care about, then find it on your map and make it ring when you get close.

Tile; $19.99 and up, Amazon


7. Dollar Shave Club membership

Give dad one less thing to worry about. Dollar Shave Club ships high-quality shaving blades right to your door every month. There’s no commitment, no fee to join or cancel, and it will save you cash long-term.

Dollar Shave Club subscription; $9 per month and up,



8. Dry Bar gift card

We’ve never met a (blow dry) bar we didn’t like... Treat yourself or some mom friends to a day out + a blowout. With locations across the country and a ton of great styles to choose from, you can’t go wrong. (P.S. We also majorly ? their product line.)

Dry Bar gift card; $10 and up,


9. Instant Pot

It may not be the most exciting gift, but we promise it will save you so much time—and what’s more exciting than that? This must-have gadget is actually seven kitchen appliances in one: rice cooker, pressure cooker, slow clooker, steamer, sauté, yogurt maker, and warmer. ?

Instant Pot; $69.99 and up, Amazon


10. Farmgirl Flowers

There is nothing quite like fresh flowers. Farmgirl’s arrangements are fresh, modern, and stunning, and what you see is what you get—you can even check the previous arrangements’ page to view actual arrangements that are on their way to customers just like you.

Farmgirl Flowers; $48 and up,


11. Book of the Month subscription

Read. Love. Repeat. The Book of the Month subscription lets readers pick a book of their choice each month, and it’s easy to skip a month if things get hectic.

Book of the Month; start at $44.99 for 3 months,



12. Handprint napkins

These handprint Christmas tree napkins care of the Glued To My Crafts blog are easy, adorable, affordable, and don’t require a ton of supplies. The grandparents will love showing off their grandkids’ hands—and artistic talents—for all to see!

Handprint Christmas Tree Napkins; material prices vary, tutorial here

13. Popsicle Stick Sled Ornaments

The Craft Patch blog walks you through how to make these simple + adorable photo ornaments using tape, Popsicle sticks, paint, a hot glue gun, and some twine. Perfect for grandma’s Christmas tree!

Popsicle Stick Sled Ornaments; material prices vary, tutorial here

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