2016 Holiday Gift Guide

2016 Holiday Gift Guide

Maybe you’re looking for that perfect gift to give the creative in your life or maybe you’re just trying to #treatyourself. No matter who you might be shopping for, delight your giftee with something from our 2016 Holiday Gift Guide.  

1 - Hustle Mug ($16.95):  Gift your loved one with a daily reminder to pour their heart and soul into every task.

2 - the Big Picture Planner ($65):  The essential planner for creatives and paving the way to success.

3 - Floral iPhone 7 Wallet Case ($37):  Keep all the important things in one spot with a phone case and wallet combo.

4 - XY3 ($25 for one):  Know someone who’s constantly losing things?  This’ll definitely be a lifesaver.

5 - AGLOW Magazine Volume 4 ($20): Get your giftee inspired by worldwide talent and the creative community.

6 - the Handy Dandy Hand Strap ($40): The comfiest and most stylish way of keeping a camera close by.

7 - Botanical Stationery Cards ($30):  A personalized stationery set makes handwritten notes just a little more special.

8 - Bellbrook Backpack ($179):  Handy as an everyday bag or a tech bag, this backpack is perfect for keeping everything safe and secure.

We think any of these ideas would make great gifts for anyone in your life. But mostly because we’d love to see one of these waiting under the tree this holiday season (hint, hint).


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