Gift Guide for Domestic Gods and Goddesses

Christmas gift guide for all those domestic gods and goddesses on your Christmas list this year | Luxuriously Thrifty

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We all have that friend or family member whose home is magazine worthy and filled with delicious nibbles. They may seem a bit intimidating to buy for, but any one of these useful and chic items will be sure to be a hit. And, if not, boo to them.

Marble rolling pin, the king of all pins. the pin that every Baba had in her kitchen. The one that, if you swung with low-medium strength, you could probably kill someone.

Fun rolling pins. Your domestic god or goddess probably already has a rolling pin (hint: if they don’t, buy the one above!), but do they have one that makes adorable shapes in the cookies? Probably not. While I picked a Christmas one for the picture (and link), there are so many patterns to choose from!
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Bread box. I’ve put a bread box on my Christmas list this year and really hope I get one! I’ve wanted one for a while now, especially since I make my own bread (and can cut down on even more plastic use!), but haven’t gotten around to buying one just yet.
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Bread bags. Because, sometimes, you don’t need the whole box.
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These flipping cute canape plates.

A stylish french press. We switched to one a year ago and absolutely love it. This one pictured is the same one we have and it goes so well with our already copper filled kitchen.
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A bougie pour over. Because why do anything if it’s not bougie?
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You can never have too many pie plates, especially such beautiful ones as this.

Y’all this is a flipping sheep as your cheese plate. How do you not hit purchase?

I’ve wanted one of these for a while now because they seem so damn cute and useful! Plus, how amazing would it be to pull out one of these instead of a boring old salt shaker?
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Christmas gift guide for all those domestic gods and goddesses on your Christmas list this year | Luxuriously Thrifty

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