Looking for a few Christmas gift ideas for neighbors that show you care without costing a fortune? We have you covered! The holiday season is all about kindness, selflessness, and letting others know that they’re in your thoughts. While it’s easy to get carried away with the hustle and bustle of this busy time of the year, we’re here to make sure that you’re not forgetting to add your neighbors on your “nice list”!
Being a good neighbor doesn’t have to be a hard task. It’s all about respect and consideration. Everyone deserves to feel comfortable and welcome in the community that they live in!
This year, show your neighbors your gratitude with a simple, holiday offering. We gathered up five wonderful gift ideas that we’re sure your neighbor will be very thankful for.
5 Perfect Christmas Gift Ideas for Neighbors
Drinking mugs are always a good gift because they can be used by just about anyone in a household. We love this set for its size, quality, and beautiful design. As a gift-bonus, you can add a baggie filled with hot cocoa mix and marshmallows to each mug.
Gingerbread House Kit
Why not stick with a “neighborhood theme” and offer an adorable gingerbread house kit? These kits are the types of items that many of us will see in stores, acknowledge how cute they are, but will never actually purchase for ourselves – which is why they make the perfect gift! This kit is highly-recommended for its great taste and ease of assembly. Not to mention, it makes quite a good-looking home!
Mason Jar Gifts
Mason jars have risen in popularity and for good reason: the sky’s the limit in what you could do with these glass-wonders. For holiday presents, you can take a set of good-sized jars, much like these ones and fill them up with holiday-inspired items. You can fill jars up with ingredients of your favorite chocolate chip cookies and include the recipe on a tag. Or, you can fill them up with candy canes and truffles (or any of your favorite, mini holiday snacks). Go ahead and have fun – this is the gift that lets you be creative and control your budget!
A nice, warm throw
Nothing says the holidays like cozing up with a great, big comfortable blanket. This set by Jeffrey Banks has a great plaid pattern and will play up to any holiday décor. We also love this one by Cuddl Duds because of its large size and tassel detailing.
When it comes to being a good neighbor, we talked about good gestures and thoughtfulness. Some of the best gifts are the ones that are most practical. Pick up your neighbor a pack of wrapping paper and package it with some tape and name tags – they’ll definitely be happy you got them something they could actually use! Hint: this also makes a great, not-so-typical teacher’s gift!