Sunday Gift Guide – Your Boss or The ‘Professional’

Wow! I didn’t know how difficult it was going to be for me to get these posts up on Sunday! I had a fabulous day at the 5th annual Craftacular in Madison, WI, yesterday and today I’ve spent most of the day celebrating my daughter’s THIRD birthday!

So…now it’s time for my Gift Guide. This one is going to be a little tough but hopefully I can find some great ideas!


When I started my search one thing that caught my eye was business card holders. I finally decided to feature this one from JoliOriginals – the BUSINESS CARD HOLDER black leather / pink felt - DUTCH DESIGN. I just love the combination of the sophisticated leather and the hint of hot pink to add a little fun!


I’m normally a girl that likes a lot of color. But from my few years in the ‘professional’ world I know that doesn’t necessarily earn you a lot of respect (at least in the field I used to be in). I also learned that lots of color doesn’t necessarily mean style. I think this 15-inch Laptop Sleeve - Grey Wool Felt and Brown Leather from ByrdandBelle would be an absolutely fabulous gift for anyone in the “professional” world. It screams “Put together with style!” to me.


I think this Upcycled Felted Wool Sweater Gadget Pouch – Owl from newgreenmama is absolutely adorable and would be the prefect storage pouch for an ipod or blackberry.


I think this Wine Bag Christmas Gift Recycled Wool Eco-Friendly Tan Cozy Sleeve from WoolyWooly would be a great gift with a nice bottle of wine to help everyone take a deep breathe and relax during the crazy holiday season.

My co-workers and I have also gone in together and gotten a gift certificate for my boss to a really nice restaurant he talked about frequently for a nice ‘night out’ for him and his wife.

Hope this helps! I would love to hear other people’s gift ideas for bosses or ‘the professional’.

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