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Stocking Stuffers for the Whole Gang

Nov 28, 2011

by designformankind handmade and vintage goods

Juggling an active Internet career with writing, speaking, styling and consulting, Erin can be found daily at Design For Mankind, her art/design blog that was recently honored as one of the London Time’s top 50 design blogs in the world. She currently hosts a renovation column on where she catalogs her experiences as an impromptu interior designer. Erin’s work has been featured in Glamour, Lucky, Dwell, Readymade, Nylon, Print Magazine, Apartment Therapy and The Huffington Post.

Stocking stuffers have always been my favorite holiday gifts. After all, it’s the little things in life, yes? This season, enjoy some of my favorite treats and trinkets for everyone on your wish list: from your best gal pal to the sophisticated male in your life. Happy shopping!


For the Entertainers:

[1. Napkin rings from raedunn; 2. Ink blot pot holder from Pigeon Toe; 3. Felted bowls from The Yarn Kitchen; 4. Salt & pepper shaker from StudioKahn; 5. Grey constellation tea towel from erin dollar]

For the Kids

[1. Recycled cashmere baby hat from Tasha Miller Griffith; 2. Felt house shoes from CosmicArms; 3. AnaPad — children’s wooden creative tablet from twigcreative; 4. The strange planet decorative figures from thegoodmachinery; 5. Iceberg stacking toy from Imagination Kids]

For the Sophisticated Male

[1. Coral fossils from Hindsvik; 2. Clay Dutch canal house from Artisanie Europe; 3. Pipe from FashionPipes; 4. Vintage wood folding ruler from halfpintsalvage; 5. Wooden domino collection from Artful Vintage]

For the Best Gal Pal

[1. Jena knotted silk necklace from coumon; 2. Peppermint vanilla soap from prunellasoap; 3. Handmade Caramel Marshmallows from whimsy&spice; 4. Mineral eyeshadow from Noella Beauty Works; 5. Atomium ring from ulala]

For the Crafter

[1. Rubber stamps from Present & Correct; 2. Pencil roll-up from Jenna Rose Handmade; 3. 50 yards of superthick paper twine from PaperPhine; 4. Vintage lace spool from sewlola; 5. Mini clothespins from ClipAndPin]

And there you have it, friends! Now you’ve no excuse to procrastinate on that holiday shopping. Chop chop!

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