On the 10th Day of Christmas...


The 10th Day of Christmas: Hostess Gifts


Oftentimes, one of the very best parts of Christmas is being included in a gathering of friends or family.  It's only natural that you want your hostess (or host) gift to be the very best as well.  Let us at Bibelot help you with a few ideas.

With its start at a farmers market in New Hampshire twenty-five years ago, Stonewall Kitchen has become a go-to when it comes to hostess gifts.  



Dessert sauces consists of Sea Salt Caramel, Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramel, Bourbon Pecan Caramel, and Peppermint Dark Chocolate -- All of which are delicious over ice cream, pound cake, shortbread -- or honestly, straight out of the jar.

*UPDATE: We are sold out of the Stonewall Kitchen holiday gift packs, but we have plenty of individual caramel sauce jars and are happy to box and ribbon them for you (free of charge)!




Sometimes all it takes is the sparking of one sense to bring to mind an entire season.  Such is the case with the crisp fresh cut scent of Frasier Fir by Thymes.  It literally evokes all that is Christmas Up North.  Bibelot offers many Frasier Fir items, all of which make lovely hostess and thank you gifts.  Be it any of several candle options, diffusers, soap, sachet, hand lotion, other toiletries -- all wonderful gifts sure to please.  With Frasier Fir, the magic of season will continue well past December 25th.



For over thirty years, Minnesotans have been enjoying the simple beauty and practical functionality of Boards by Joel.  Locally-resourced hardwoods now serve as trays, trivets and cutting boards in 8", 10", 12" cross slices that are treated to be durable and food safe.  A smaller coaster size has has been lacquered to be moisture resistant.  Whether ash, butternut, hickory or maple, all have their unique ringed patterns and innate appeal.




Have you had the pleasure of being introduced to Swedish dishcloths?  Once you have, you'll want to share them with everyone you know.  Invented in 1949 and widely used in Scandinavia since then, these amazing thin spongelike cloths are made of cellulose (wood pulp) and cotton, absorb up to 15 times their weight, are reusable and can be machine washed.  They are great for light cleaning, make a perfect eco-friendly alternative to paper towels and are so so cute!  In addition, when these dishcloths do run their course, you can just add them to your compost.  No worries!  Check out Bibelot's collection of several styles and introduce your friends and family.  You won't regret it!

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