Do you do your holiday shopping online or offline?
I love shopping in little boutiques and arts and crafts fairs, but life with little ones means that I’m generally happiest shopping in my PJ’s, away from the crowds, while dropping items in the virtual shopping carts of some of my favorite online shops.
My Art.com Gift Guide
Have you ever given or received the gift of art? Just last week I opened my mailbox to find a surprise care package of art from my bestie in L.A. My heart fluttered and I hung it up right away. One of the best things about the gift of art is that it can come straight from the heart.
Maybe you’d love to give art as a gift, but you don’t know where to shop, or maybe you’re like me and you don’t have endless hours to putter around artist studios. To help you out, I put together seven Art.com Gift Guides as a bit of inspiration. If you see something here that you like, click over to my Gift Guide Galleries, place your order, and your art will arrive in time for the holidays. You could also visit Art.com and browse their ginormous selection of prints. I own a few pieces from Art.com and can vouch for the fast shipping and high quality of the prints and frames.
Happy Go Lightly
for some extra whimsy and playfulness
Cooks in the Kitchen
for chefs and people who love to spend time in the kitchen.
Oh so modern
for the streamlined, geometric home. That might be an Eichler.
Wee Little Ones
for the nursery or new babies.
For the Girls
for girly girls and tough girls — they’ve got you covered.
For the Boys
is for car lovers, robot, and pirates.
for the popcorn-eating, Academy Awards-watching connoisseur.
This post is sponsored by Art.com.
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