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Best Hostess Gifts

Dec 17, 2012

December is full of parties for Christmas, Hanukkah, New Years and more. If you want to stand out and thank your hostess for an amazing party, check out Kidzworld’s list of Best Hostess Gifts.

No. 5: Homemade Cookies

Best Hostess GiftsHomemade cookies
 

No one can resist homemade baking! Make a couple batches of sugar cookies, gingerbread and fudge ahead of time and bring a plate of mixed goodies to all of your parties. Remember to cook without nuts in case of allergies.

No. 4: Holiday Music

Best Hostess GiftsJustin Bieber's Mistletoe
 

Grab a copy of the latest holiday album, such as Justin Bieber’s Mistletoe or Lady Antebellum’s A Merry Little Christmas. Want to give something more personal? Make your own mixed CD of your fave holiday hits.

No. 3: Hot Chocolate Kit

Best Hostess GiftsHot chocolate kit
 

Create your own hot chocolate kit by adding dry cocoa mix, mini marshmallows and a chocolate covered spoon! Throw in a holiday mug for that extra special touch.

No. 2: Christmas Bath Gel and Body Lotion

Best Hostess GiftsVanilla Bean Noel bubble bath
 

Shower your hostess in a bubbly, holiday-scented bath gel or soothing body lotion. We recommend Vanilla Bean Noel from Bath and Body Works.

No. 1: How the Grinch Stole Christmas DVD

Best Hostess GiftsHow the Grinch Stole Christmas
 

Add to your hostess’s movie collection with How the Grinch Stole Christmas on DVD.

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What would you bring to a party? Let us know!

 

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