Holiday Gift Guide: The Kid (And The Kid At Heart)
Shopping for kids can be tricky. It can be tough to figure out what they already have and what they’re into right this second.
So think outside the box and look for something colorful and unique. And remember that there’s no age limit on really great kid stuff. Kids of all ages appreciate a little whimsy.
Here are some of my favorite gifts for kids this season.
They’re available in different sizes, colors and facial expressions. I used to be pretty ambivalent about stuffed animals, but these little guys are changing my mind, one goofy expression at a time.
Custom orders for Christmas are available through December 14th!
They’re intended to hold Goldfish Crackers and Cheerios, but the cool prints are fun for adults too.
Superhero Prints I’m an ’80s baby who came of age, so these cut paper pieces by Justin Benson totally take me back.
Go for a classic — Batman, Superman, Mario and Luigi — or get a conversation starter like the Gremlins. Available locally at Unglued in Fargo
These are by Annie Tidd and Debra Vaccaro , but adult hats are also available from Nikki Witte.
They’re cute, they’re useful and they’ll probably be the most unusual thing they get in their stocking this year.
A note: I’ve made an effort to shop locally, but since many of you don’t live near me, I’ve included websites as well. I’d still encourage you to call the shops or artists themselves though – they want to earn your business this season.
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