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Lips like cherry wine, literally

A collection of wine-inspired cosmetics to go with your red blend.

Sinatra wrote about cherry wine-colored lips in one of his classics. Now, thanks to a partnership between Clos du Bois and Pixi Cosmetics, any girl — or any guy’s girlfriend — can have wine-colored lips, nails, and cheeks, too, plus a nice glass of wine.

The California winery and Pixi have created Rouge Cosmétique, a collection that matches the ruby-red hue of Rouge wine, Clos du Bois’ newest blend with its Nail Rouge, Gloss Rouge, and Rouge Water Tint for the cheeks. (Cosmetics alone are $19; a gift-pack of cosmetics and a bottle of Rouge wine for $30.)

That 2009 Clos du Bois Rouge red blend sells for $15 on its own. It’s a jammy wine that pairs well with cosmetics, obviously, but steak and burgers as well.

Proceeds from the sale of the Rouge line go to Step Up Women’s Network, a nonprofit membership organization dedicated to igniting women and girls to fulfill their potentials. A novel concept- and a great stocking stuffer. Find it here.

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25 Best Homemade Beauty Gifts

When in doubt, we always resort to DIY beauty gifts! We’ve got the classics – soap, sugar scrub – but also the finer, more surprising recipes like perfume or body conditioner. You can choose a couple of our ideas and make them in a big batch to share will all your loved ones.

Pack in WECK jars or small tins with some baker’s twine and a touch of greenery, and voilà! You’ve reached the perfect balance between thoughtfulness and frugalness!


Mason Jar Recipes: 30 Holiday Ideas for Gifts in a Jar

If you're looking for the best way to save money this holiday season while still being able to give your friends and family some creative and heartfelt gifts, try using the mason jar gifts and recipes found inside this eCookbook, Mason Jar Recipes: 30 Holiday Ideas for Gifts in a Jar. These easy mason jar recipes are easily customizable and never go out of style because you've got room for endless creativity. Whether it's Christmas, a birthday, or just a simple act of generosity, these gift ideas and recipes in a jar are full of charm and possibility.

Impress your loved ones this holiday season when you make these adorable crafts and thoughtful personalized gifts. No matter the season, there is sure to be a place for any of these holiday mason jar gifts and recipes -- you simply have to use a bit of creativity. Many of these mason jar recipes are for jams and preserves, which make great gifts during the fall when seasonal fruits are readily available. There are also recipes for cookies and hot chocolate mixes in a jar, and you can even create your own personal instructions or gift label if you're feeling extra crafty. We've even included two PDF downloads right on this page for printable mason jar labels and cookie recipe cards, which you can then personalize and fasten to your newly finish mason jar gift. Fancy that.

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25+ DIY Homemade Christmas Basket Ideas Your Friends and Family Will Love

Skip the consumerism and give loved ones a gift from the heart.

These days practically anything anyone wants can be gotten online without even leaving the couch. So it can be hard to think of a gift you could possibly buy for your loved ones that they couldn't just as easily get themselves. So we say one of the best ways to ensure the present you give is unique, is to make it yourself.

So we've rounded up our favorite DIY and homemade Christmas gift ideas, with suggestions for how to arrange or include them in a beautiful basket. It's an inexpensive (and heartfelt) way to create personalized presents for your friends and family. Whether you're in the market for a gift for Mom (hello, pedicure basket!), a present for Dad, a present for your sibling, or hostess gifts for all the Christmas parties you're going to, there's something in here that will please anyone on your list.

These themed Christmas gift baskets are stuffed to the brim with presents the lucky recipient will actually use. From kid-friendly baskets packed with hot chocolate and ice cream sets, to more adult options that include a mimosa kit and kitchen essentials, you'll soon find that gift giving just got a whole lot easier. Not to mention, these Christmas basket ideas also eliminate the need for wrapping paper (meaning you don't have to bother to learn how to wrap a gift!). And because you can DIY these presents, the cost of the gift is completely up to you.


Homemade Holiday Gift: Infused Vodka Recipes

Infused vodka is a fun and unique hostess gift for the holidays. Vodka can be infused with a variety of flavors from citrus to candy canes!

If you&rsquore like me, then you love shopping for Christmas gifts. It&rsquos never seemed like a chore to me to choose the perfect give for everyone on my list. Some years, I get my shopping done extremely early, and other years (like this one, for instance) I tend to spread my shopping out over a long period of time and perhaps even wait until *gasp* last minute to find the right gift.

That being said, I don&rsquot appreciate the multiple emails a day in my inbox that are telling me that &ldquotime is running out&rdquo and that &ldquothere is still time to choose those last minute gifts&rdquo. It&rsquos the first week of December! By no means is this last minute, and it irks me that stores try to get me all stressed out that I don&rsquot have my shopping done yet.

Just to prove to you that we all still have plenty of time to choose your holiday gifts, here is an awesome homemade edible gift idea that takes several days to make, but with very little actual hands on time. Yes, infused vodkas are easy, impressive and delicious, but they do take a few days to make. But no worries, right? We all still have plenty of time!

I&rsquove been wanting to try to make my own flavored vodkas for a while now. I love the idea of mixing unique combinations of flavors that lead to some very impressive cocktails. I decided to go with three flavors and played around a little with various winter and
holiday classics.

For the Citrus Rosemary Vodka, I combined clementines with a bit of grapefruit and some aromatic rosemary. It&rsquos like a cocktail version of my Rosemary Citrus Spritzer. The Cranberry Orange Vodka has notes of cinnamon and clove for a warm, holiday feel and the Candy Cane Vodka is full of pepperminty flavor. Simply place vodka and your desired flavor infusers in a mason jar and allow to steep until the the vodka has taken on the flavor of your added ingredients. The process couldn&rsquot be simpler!

These vodkas make perfect hostess gifts for the holidays, especially when decanted into fancy bottles or even sweet little mason jars. Tie a hand stamped gift tag around each bottle for a complete package. Don&rsquot let your email inbox bully you into thinking you&rsquove run out of time. Relax, make some infused vodka and sip on a yummy holiday cocktail. You totally have time!


51 Best Gift Wrapping Ideas to Make Your Presents Stand Out Under the Tree

There's no denying that Christmas is the season for giving. Whatever Christmas presents you decide to gift your loved ones are sure to be thoughtful, but we think there's a way to make the gesture even more meaningful: the best gift wrapping ideas. Yes, we encourage you to ditch the store-bought paper in favor of one of the following wrapping designs that are more like Christmas craft ideas. The reason? You'll soon find that these ideas not only have beautiful results, but they're also super easy to pull off and personalize. And because they're so pretty, your friends and family might want to take their time opening their Christmas presents, rather than tearing right into it.

Another benefit of these best gift wrapping ideas? It may just result in a new Christmas tradition. Plus, it makes opening gifts and stocking stuffers way more special. And at the end of the day, we're pretty sure that's what the Christmas season is about&mdashmaking memories with your friends and family. Ready to see all of our favorite gift wrapping ideas that you can create right now? We've rounded up some of the easiest tutorials from our favorite bloggers right here. (And not sure how to wrap a gift in general? No problem.)

How gorgeous are those cardstock poinsettias? Not only are they a fabulous gift topper, but they look just as pretty all on their own. Bring them to life by cutting cardstock by hand (find the template here), then secure with a button and finish with a fringed ribbon.

Make it obvious whose gift this is by affixing a big paper mâché letter of their first initial on top of the box. The added bonus is that the letter is also a fun décor gift too!


Alcohol Gifts For Every Occasion

From hostess gifts to the highest of the high end, these are the best bottles for gifting.

Gifting can be fraught with obstacles. Clothes don't fit, your favorite art's not always to someone else's taste, books are thoughtful, but lack a bit of pizzaz. But before you head for ye olde gift-card-and-a-candle route, might we suggest a gift that's a guaranteed not to need tailoring and is always a crowd pleaser (even if it's a crowd of two)? We've rounded up some of the best bottles for gifting from hostess pleasers to the highest of the high end to take the stress out of buying gifts for your loved ones. Raise a glass to celebrate with the bet of the best.

Notes of raisin, nutmeg, cinnamon give this rich, cask-strength rum a beautiful long finish that will convert even the most staunch whiskey sipper. 100% pot distilled the rum is aged in white oak barrels for a minimum of twelve years before spending an additional two years in Pedro Ximénez sherry casks, for a deeply complex flavor profile.

Get a real taste of terroir with this artisanal bottle of regional mezcal. Mezcal de Leyendas shows the incredible diversity of mezcal flavors with individual bottlings from different regions of Mexico&mdashin this case, among the sparse landscape of the Sierra Madre Oriental mountains that lend a papaya sweetness with a hint of brine and smoke.

For the home bartender looking to take their drinks to the next level, Haus's collection of handcrafted aperitifs are just the thing. This customizable sampler kit will give them a taste of some of the brand's signature and seasonal flavors like their wintry Spiced Cherry, crisp Citrus Flower, herbaceous Lemon Lavender, or sunny Peach Passionfruit&mdashall equally delicious mixed into a cocktail as they are sipped on their own.

Give them a taste of history with two unique bottlings inspired by Nathan "Nearest" Green, the Black distiller who taught Jack Daniel how to make whiskey (plus four elegant crystal tumblers to enjoy them from, of course.)

Blended from some of the finest, rarest eaux-de-vie in the Hennessey cellars, this silky cognac includes notes of rose petals, honey, and truffle, with a delicate hint of spice.

This prestige cuvée, harvested from 2012, highlights the richness of pinot noir (the blend is approximately 2/3 pinot noir and 1/3 chardonnay) for a particularly complex nose and a long finish that pairs perfectly with. well, everything. It's one gift guaranteed to make any night a celebration.

For the giftee who likes to drink like a bartender, this bottle of bracing, herbaceous liqueur will earn you serious cred. Made with a secret, signature recipe of 27 ingredients, its bold flavor makes it a must for any well-stocked bar cart, whether it's consumed straight, espresso shot-style, or used to add nuance to cocktails.

Give your favorite island hopper a taste of the tropics with this 17-year old Trinidadian rum, aged in ex-bourbon barrels to bring out sweet and spiced notes of ginger and tropical fruits that make it ideal for sipping solo.

What do you get when you match up artisanal tequila and one of the top names in the luxury crystal game? The most exclusive, elegant bottle of tequila around, of course. Each of the 299 bottles is handmade in Lalique's glass factor in Alcase, France and individually fashioned, polished, engraved and signed, making it a truly one of a kind gift.

Solve the after dinner drink dilemma with this best-of-both-world bottle. A blend of robust Kentucky and Canadian rye whiskies with a touch of California port, the bottle offers the smooth drinkability of a fortified wine with the backbone of an assertive rye.

Barrel-aging cocktails at home is a way to take your mixology to the next level. This kit comes with a bottle of Sexton Irish Single Malt Whiskey and a one-liter American White Oak barrel. Also included are a stand, bung, wooden spigot, and storing tablet&mdasheverything you need to make barrel-aged drinks. Start by pouring a batch of a whiskey cocktail (like the Manhattan) into the barrel and letting it rest for a couple of weeks. The medium char of the wood will bring out nuances and add depth to the drink. After your first attempt, feel free to experiment with other recipes.

When it comes to an elegant reserve blend worthy of sipping, gin isn't always the first spirit that jumps to mind. This flavor-forward gin with notes of saffron and verbena make a strong case for why it should be.

For the fan who's already rewatched The Last Dance multiple times, let them drink like a G.O.A.T. with this tequila, which was co-founded by basketball great Michael Jordan.

Want to give something rare this holiday? It doesn't get much more unique that this Scotch, which is aged in first-fill sherry casks that are hand picked by The Macallan's Master Whiskey Maker (the brand says that less than 1% of casks make the cut.)

Want to really wow the booze fan whose bar cart has it all? Think outside the usual spirit spectrum and opt for a luxe liqueur instead, like this orange liqueur which combines the most prestigious cuvée cognacs aged up to 25 years with wild oranges to create a lush tipple that's as delicious in a cocktail as it is on its own.


It's an age-old adage: Attending a party? You bring your hostess a gift. The tenet even holds true this year, which has brought entertaining to a standstill due to the coronavirus pandemic&mdashsmall, immediate family-only gatherings have become the norm. Here's the thing: Even a tiny gathering has a hostess, and it is still important to treat her to an item (or two) that she'll actually like. While her go-to bottle of wine will definitely be appreciated, we think you could do even better&mdashthat's exactly where we come in.

Ahead, you'll find a roster of curated selections chosen with your hostess in mind: She's a natural entertainer, one who is not just the source of the party, but the heartbeat of it, too. To show your gratitude&mdashand guarantee an invite back to next year's celebration&mdashpresent her with one of these thoughtful gifts. From entertaining-centric options, like cake and cookie books (courtesy of Martha, of course!), the best-possible chef's knife, and a chestnut roasting pan (so seasonal!), to elevated just-for-her presents (think hand-cut soaps from Marseille, France, or a chic, modern vase), there are plenty of guaranteed winners in the slides ahead.

We're particularly fond of the gifts that err on the side of the unexpected. She likely didn't know that she needed a candle snuffer, for example, but she won't know how or why she lived without one before you introduced her to the handy object. As for our other favorite didn't-see-that-coming options? Date nectar (a vegan option to honey!) and delicious caramels are all fun and unique ideas (ones she and her family will definitely enjoy). Ahead, more inspired, elevated, and delicious gifts for your very own hostess.

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24 Unique Gift Ideas for Wine Lovers

Tom
BoredPanda staff

Giving gifts is sometimes even more satisfying than receiving them. Having enough money to buy presents is one thing, but finding the right thing is much harder. Usually, you can rely on the receiving person&rsquos hobby, which, in this case, is wine.

True wine aficionados are quite hard to please, so a five buck bottle won&rsquot work for the Chateauneuf du Pape lover. Luckily, you can find gifts for wine lovers minus the actual wine &ndash a fancy bottle thermometer, blood vessel shaped carafes (because wine is blood, isn&rsquot it?) or some artsy storage rack, that will surely knock the expert out of his socks.

To make the search for the unique wine gifts easier, we have handpicked these perfect examples of what you can present to your beloved wine appreciator. Some of these are useful, some are fun, and we hope that it&rsquoll help in your quest for the perfect one.

Now let&rsquos go to the pictures! Note that there are &ldquobuy&rdquo links below each wine gift idea, so if you find some wine-related gift you like &ndash you know what to do.


40. A personalized calendar

Best gifts of 2020: Personalized calendar (Photo: Shutterfly)

There's nothing more personal than gifting a family member a calendar filled with pictures of you and the fam, especially during these times when we don't see each other as often. Plus, you don't even have to spend too much on one. With services like Shutterfly, you can upload your own photos for a calendar and arrange them on colorful backgrounds, then customize your creation for each month.

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