The holidays are upon us, which means it’s time to shop, but what do you get for someone who’s permanently stationed in front of their TV? We’ve compiled some unique gift ideas from Etsy for your friends and family who can’t get enough “Scandal,” “Friends,” “Orange Is The New Black,” “Girls,” “Game Of Thrones,” “Breaking Bad,” “American Horror Story,” “The Mindy Project,” and “Sons Of Anarchy.” Click through to check them out!
I’m a sucker for all things galaxy print, so I’m crazy about this dreamy star-covered wrapping paper. Etsy shop Norman’s Printery creates the paper on recycled newsprint. If covering your gifts in the very fabric of the universe doesn’t cut it for you, the shop sells a slew of other beautiful prints, like mountain ranges, maps, and stunning views of Paris. Why not make the wrapping as exciting as the gift itself? [$14, Norman's Printery]
I’m not saying there’s a practical reason to wear itty bitty clay Starbucks cups on your wrist, but I’m not saying there isn’t either. This bracelet can be customized with any of the 60+ food charms seller CMY Klays makes, but that cute little Starbucks cup is totally my favorite. If Frappuccinos are a little too sweet for your taste, you can opt for an iced coffee charm instead. Top it off with a macaron charm for good measure to satisfy your sweet tooth all day long – minus the actual sugar! [$15, CMYKlays]
I’m in the market for some form of personalized stationery, though I have yet to narrow down my search to just one design. What says “I’m an adult with a sense of common etiquette” more than a nice handwritten note on beautiful paper? If nothing else, it’d be nice to at least keep some cute, polished-looking notecards on hand to get me through my next round of sending thank-you notes or “just because” letters. Here are 25 sets of stationery that will add a little extra spark to the next note you pop into your mailbox.
Sometimes you just need to dress for your inner earth mama, and artist and designer Roza Khamitova’s cheerful line of scarves owl-inspired scarves will help you do exactly that. Each piece in her collection spreads out to show a feathered design based on Khamitova’s nature-based drawings, paintings and prints. I’m not sure if I could pull off having an owl’s face draped over my shoulders, but life is all about trying new things, right? Some of the other scarves in the line are a bit more subtle and attuned to the not-so-bold among us (like myself), so there’s a little something for everyone. I’m in love with the all those gorgeous, colorful details! [$120, Shovava]
I feel like I buy a beach bag every year, but every time warm weather comes around, it’s nowhere to be found, and I have to buy another one. Where do all my beach bags go? Do they get sucked into a vortex in the “off-season storage” section of my closet? Do they meet the same DIY fate as my full-length jeans and I just forget about it? Who knows, but to combat this, I’m going to buy a really nice beach bag this year. One that’s the perfect size, a classic style, and built to last. One that can take me from the beach to the lake to the river to the roadside fish taco shack and look amazing in the process. This anchor print burlap bag will do nicely, don’t you think? [$62, Mila Moss]