10 Quick & Easy Neighbor Gift Ideas

‘Tis the Season to start thinking about those neighbor gifts. I’m always short on time around the Holidays so I love when gifts are quick and easy! I’ve put together a list of 10 quick and easy gifts for you. All you need to do is add a tag to the gift and you’re done! I usually just google free printable tags for what I have in mind.

10 Quick & Easy Neighbor Gifts

1. Hot Chocolate

Who doesn’t love something warm to drink on a cold day? It pairs well with a tag that reads “Sending You Warm Wishes.” Click here for the free printable tag!

2. Mrs. Meyers Dish Soap

This is one of my favorite dish soaps. Add a tag that says “Here’s Soap’in you have a Merry Christmas!” Grab the printable tag here.

3. Cookie Mix in an oven mitt

The only thing better than giving your neighbors cookies, is giving them cookies you don’t have to bake! Throw it in a super cute oven mitt and add a tag that says “Baking Spirits Bright!” click here for the tag!

4. Spice/Seasoning

Grab your favorite seasoning and add a tag that says “Tis the Season-ing”.

5. Zebra Popcorn

This popcorn is ready to go and tastes delicious. Add a tag that says “Just popped by to say Merry Christmas”.

6. Candle

Just buy one of your favorite smelling candles and slap on a tag that says, “May your Holiday Season be Merry & Bright!”

7. Chex Mix

My kids love this stuff and if I’m honest, so do I. Get a big bag and add the tag, “He’s making a list and CHEX-ing it twice. He’s gonna find out that you guys are really nice!”

8. Blanket

There’s nothing better than snuggling up with your favorite blanket on the couch. Find a soft blanket and use one of these adorable printables!

9. Hot Cocoa Bombs

My kids love these. It’s a great gift for families. Grab one or a few and print off a cute tag.

10. Wrapping paper & Tape

I love giving gifts that are practical and I know will get used. Your neighbors will love getting extra wrapping paper and tape. You can add a cute little tag that reads, “Just a little something to help you wrap up your holiday season.”

I hope these ideas helped you out. They are perfect for neighbor gifts, teacher gifts, and even gifts for your co-workers. If you don’t want to add a specific tag, you could always just send it with your family Christmas card. Which gift are you going to use? Leave me a comment below!

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  1. The wrapping paper idea is genius! Cheap, but practical. We just had our floors resurfaced so my gift budget is a bit slim, but I still really wanted to pack a punch with my neighbor gifts. So glad I found your post!

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