Christmas Gift Guide for Primitive Country Home Decor Lovers
Shopping for friends and family at Christmas time can be a daunting task. At Primitive Star Quilt Shop we want to help you every step of the way. We created this detailed gift guide with a list of 30 great suggestions for the primitive country lover on your list.
Here is a quick video example of how you can use our rusty star plates listed below to make cute name tags on your gift packages.
Whether your gift budget is a $10 stocking stuffer, $25 or $50, you'll find 30 awesome ideas to get you started along with our very own "GIFT TIPS". Use our tips to make your gift giving even more complete and meaningful. Let your loved one know you took the time to think of everything!
This little plate has many options for use. Keep it on the dresser in the bedroom for loose change or jewelry, hang it up as part of a primitive country wall grouping, or add a pillar candle for a great centerpiece.
GIFT TIP: Get one for everyone on your Christmas list. Use vinyl letters in the center of the plate to spell out each person's name. Wrap your presents in brown craft paper then tie these rusty plates to your gifts using twine, ribbon or raffia. Gifts under your tree will look so rustic and primitive!
Nothing says primitive country quite like barn stars! They are very versatile in wall arrangements or sitting on a shelf.
GIFT TIP: To avoid sharp corners poking through the wrapping paper, choose one of our placemats or table runners to wrap around the star before it gets wrapped in paper or a gift bag. Two gifts in one!
This great centerpiece could go anywhere! it would even be a perfect decoration to keep on the bathroom counter as a little night light for guests. The timer candle stays on for 6 hours then shuts off for 18 hours then comes back on again the next day.
GIFT TIP: It uses 3 AAA batteries. Don't forget to include some in the gift bag!
Everyone loves a great handbag. This Stride handbag is roomy with a lot of pockets for that friend in your life that carries everything but the kitchen sink. She will be so surprised when opening this gift from you.
GIFT TIP: Give her a coordinating Wrist Strap or Modern Wristlet Wallet to match her beautiful handbag.
This gift will take you back in time to Grandma's house. The treenware bowl looks like it could have been the one she would have used to make bread dough. It comes filled with various rag balls that will remind you of her leftover quilt scraps.
GIFT TIP: Handle with care. While it looks like wood, it is actually made from resin and needs to be carefully packaged.
Burlap is so versatile and will add rustic charm to any Christmas decor. The ruffles have a way of dressing up the gifts under the tree.
GIFT TIP: If you like to be sneaky... be the last one to bed on Christmas Eve. Replace the old tree skirt with this new one and then lovingly place all the presents back around the tree. Use a safety pin to attach your note and see who notices your fun gift first!