My husband is the hardest person to buy a Christmas present for. If he wants something he just buys it himself . . . I could buy him things he needs, but what is the fun in that.
And to make it even
better worse . . . he buys the best gifts. His gifts are gifts you don’t even know you want – like a sewing machine – or gifts you want but don’t expect – like a coach purse.
Seeing his face when he opens that perfect gift is my favorite time on Christmas morning. So here’s my gift guide for him . . .
tender belly :: a bacon of the month club. need I say more.
the art of shaving :: Most winters my husband grows a bear and then shaves it off in March. So last year I got him this shaving kit for when that time came. He LOVES it. 3 of his friends now use it because of his recommendation. As a grizzly, scruff loving wifey, that was the worst mistake I’ve ever made.
tacticle pen :: I don’t know why. Please don’t ask me to explain why men want them and they are cool. But every man in my family wants one.
ice balls :: Iron Man loves ice. So when our nephew saw these and said” Uncle Scott needs these ’cause he loves ice” It became Iron Man’s favorite gift ever. If the man in your life loves ice or any hard liquor these are a great stocking stuffer.
paddle your own canoe :: Nick Offerman, the man behind Ron Swanson, wrote a book and has a store that is all Ron Swansony. It’s a masculine, woodsy, libertarian man’s dream.
shawl collar sweater :: If your husband is anything like mine . . he won’t buy new clothes unless you tell him to or if he needs them. So Christmas is the perfect time to add a few things to his ol’ closet.
tie clip :: If you want to get him something sentimental a tie clip or cuff links with a symbol, engraving, or picture are the perfect option. He’ll wear it a lot, and no one will know but the two of you how sentimental it is.
What’s on your list for your husband?