We are in the midst of frantic holiday gift buying season and I know that many of you (me included) are feeling the pressure. Navigating gifts for someone in an industry you don't know much about can be difficult, so in my humble attempt to ease some of your holiday stress, I am here to offer some guidance! If you have a cake or cookie decorator in your life–be it a beginner or a pro–here is a list of gifts that I know they’d love (and use!)
The holidays look a little different this year and I am not used to doing all of my holidays shopping online. I started gift shopping sooooo much earlier than I usually do to account for the delivery times (and the possible delays due to Covid-19). Hence why this blog post is up in mid November!!
I am also actively trying to buy more from small businesses this year to help support them through these rough times, and I encourage you all to do the same! Small businesses are the backbone of our economy and their products are crafted with so much love and care. I love shopping from small businesses because I know that I am supporting someone's dream when I do. Many of the items I've listed below are from small businesses that I personally love. Let's dive right in.
For the Beginner:
For beginners, I generally suggest offering them more of the basics to get them started! The tools you use make a big difference in the quality of work you produce, so here are some basics that make great gifts for a budding cake or cookie decorator.
For the Pro:
Great gifts for the person in your life that's either already a professional, or is on the road to becoming one!
Some special gift ideas that both pros and beginners alike will appreciate. Have fun with these ones! Try to make them personal!
I hope that this gift guide was even slightly helpful for anyone out there! I promise that any one of these products will make that cake or cookie lover in your life very happy. And I hope you were able to show some of these small businesses some well-deserved lovin'.
Happy Holidays everyone! Stay warm, wear a mask, tell people you love them, and I'll see you all in the New Year.
*this post is not sponsored