Another source of inspiration is the Craft Christmas Club. So many wonderful ideas there! I'm going to be making this adorable Pincushion Jar.
But since not everything can be handmade, I've compiled a little list of goodies and shops that will hopefully give you some gift ideas:
These Retro Rosie Earrings are $9.99 over at ModCloth. They also come in the very-vintage color "Mint".
Be sure and check out ModCloth's "apartment" section for all sorts of adorable and unique gifts. You're bound to find something for that someone who has everything.
These gorgeous, handmade barkcloth bags are made by Valerie from For The Love of Pete. She has a wonderful selection of styles and colors in her etsy shop. You will be giving someone a one-of-a-kind piece — not something of poor quality that is mass produced. It's also great to know you are purchasing from someone who has a passion for what they create.
Wrap up your darling gifts in some vintage-reproduction wrapping paper!
Sweet Vintage Wrapping Paper is printed 60 lb. paper and produced locally in the USA. Each sheet measure 7.7 square feet, has a different pattern on each side, and is only $5.00 per sheet. Shipping is at a wonderful price of $2.00 for the first sheet, and $1.00 for each additional sheet. You also get two free gift tags that coordinate with your gift wrap. Neat fact: the stars in their prints represent WWII.
They also have a STUNNING selection of vintage-repro Christmas cards. The best selection of reproductions that I have ever seen! You can buy sets of the same, or mix and match for the same price.
For the WWII or art lover, Vintagraph's selection of posters is divine. All posters are museum quality reproductions. Sizes start at 8 x 10 and go up to 47 x 34.
Are you making any gifts this year? Where do you like to shop for special and unique gifts?