4 Housewarming Gifts Ideas

4 Housewarming Gifts Ideas

A Gift To Remember

 

Buying a home is a big deal. Looking for a unique idea for a housewarming gift but not sure what to buy? Receiving a housewarming gift is great, but receiving one you actually like is even better. Here are a few gift ideas that will add a personalized touch without breaking the bank.

Personalized Map

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Map made by HandmadeHQ (Esty)

This beautiful map art can be made to feature ANY location worldwide. If you make this for your home you can add the key for an extra personal touch.  If you’re not that crafty, this one pictured above was found on Esty for around $24.00. A perfect memento for a new homeowner, especially if they already have what they need for the home. 

 

Wine Labels

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Mom always said to never show up empty handed right? If you’re like me a bottle of wine is your “go to” housewarming gift. With these housewarming wine labels, you can give the new homeowner their favorite bottle of wine with a personalized touch. Labels can be purchased at stores like Staples or Michael’s, and you can customize them using your computer at home. If you don’t have time for that you can buy this set of four found on Amazon for around $9.00.

 

A Cook Book

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Let’s be honest not everyone knows how to cook a great meal. Some people barely know how to cook at all. A wise women once told me you should know how to cook at least one meal, but why not give someone the knowledge to cook many meals! Expand their horizons with a cook book. Maybe there is a favorite one you own you would like to pass on. If you know their eating style then purchase one with meals you know they would like.  Add a personal note to the inside cover commemorating their life event of buying a new home. A cook book is great way to give them ideas for dinner and they can learn to cook what they like to eat. 

Gifts In A Jar

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A simple, inexpensive and fun idea for a housewarming gift! This can be a fun way to personalize a gift and custom make it to what they like. Plus they can reuse the jar later on, which also makes it efficient. 

 

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