Stocking stuffers: Dish towels, a canister and honey sampler, oh my!
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Christmas is right around the corner and whether you are a planner or procrastinator when it comes to shopping, there’s still time left for stuffing, I mean really stuffing, those stockings. We’ve posted gift ideas over the last month and, with a little under a week to go, here are a few more:
The poppy pattern on the Marimekko Pieni Unikko dish towels is simple in design but bold and bright in color. The pattern was designed in 1964 by Maija Isola and has remained the most popular Marimekko print. Pick up a set of two for $29 at Crate and Barrel.
Anthropologie carries this pastoral-looking ceramic canister. The gorgeous ivory clay and olive wood ‘Verdant’ jar is perfect for cookie storing. Find it online or at an Anthropologie store for $78.
The Ames Farm honey sampler set from Terrain fits the bill for any tea or cornbread enthusiast. Learn where a specific honey was collected in Ames’ searchable bee yard database, which provides the geographic location, time period and flavor profile of each jar collected from the farm’s 300 hives in Minnesota. The set of five 2-oz. jars is $24.
-- Caitlin Keller
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