Holiday Gift Guide, Day 6: Sweet Hostess Gifts

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It is a lot of work to throw a holiday shindig (hey, those cookies don’t frost themselves) and even more work to host relatives (hey, those bathrooms don’t clean themselves either), so show your appreciation for the host or hostess with one of these sweet tokens, or if you hearken back to last week’s post on foodie products, any of those treats make stellar, cost-effective hostess gifts as well.

 

$15

Two Teacups flour sack kitchen towels

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These cheery flour sack tea towels are hand screen-printed with oh-so-sweet utensil designs in a myriad of colors by crafters Angela and Linda Nickerson of Two Teacups, purveyors of towels, pillows and laptop cases.

 

$26

Recipe rubber stamp kit

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This set of rubber stamps from Capitol Hill’s Butter Home is perfect for the crafty cook: the 1” by 1” cup, measurement, teaspoon and tablespoon style stamps can be used to create darling custom recipe cards worthy of a display.

 

$38

Ladies & Gentlemen superior serving spoons and sets

 

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Design Studio Ladies & Gentlemen has found a delightful new use for vintage cake servers ($75, pictured above) and sterling silver serving spoons, coating the handles in colorful polymer to create a modern serving utensil.

 

$49

Log wedge serving board, Butter Home

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Serve cheese and other hor d’oeuvres in style with Roost’s log wedge serving board, crafted out a cross section of acacia wood, sanded and finished to be food-safe.

 

Missed any of the previous Gift Guide installments? Get caught up:

Day 1: Gifts Fit for Foodies

Day 2: Parent-approved Kid Gifts

Day 3: Seattle magazine Friends’ Foodie Books

Day 4: Darling Calendars, Planners and other Paper Products

Day 5: Baubles and Bling from Local Jewelry Artists

 

Photos courtesy of Two Teacups; Butter Home (2); Ladies & Gentlemen Studio

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