Gift Giving This Christmas
If you’ve been shopping for the holidays, you may have noticed that it’s a bit more challenging this year than it has been in years past. Due to supply chain issues, many prices are higher and it’s more difficult to find what you’re looking for.
As a result, the trend for the 2021 holiday season has been to focus on giving more meaningful gifts, such as handmade items, gifts of experience, and locally-sourced goods. These gifts also have the added benefit of not forcing you navigate the crowds at malls and big box stores – and in the case of locally-sourced goods, you’re likely supporting a small business to boot!
If you’re looking for some last-minute gifts this Christmas and want to try your hand at making something, here are 70 DIY Christmas Gifts That Will Mean the World to Your Favorite People.
From the Coyle Financial Counsel team, we wish you the best gift of all: safe, healthy, and happy holidays!
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