Send Your Loved Ones 12 Surprise Gifts In December With A 12 Days Of Christmas Box
This is such a fun idea!
Fall is officially here and you know what that means — it’s time to start thinking about the holidays because they’ll be here before you know it! The holidays can bring joy but they’re also a lot of work — especially when it comes to picking out gifts.
To make the countdown to Christmas more fun, you may want to consider picking up an Advent calendar. Not only do these calendars give you a bit of joy each day as you open the little door to see what’s behind it, but they can also double as gifts, making shopping less stressful.
While there are plenty of Advent calendars hitting the market soon, here is one you can pre-order right now and it will provide you or your loved ones with presents for the 12 days leading up to Christmas (Dec. 13-24). The 12 Days of Christmas surprise boxes from Bad Habit Boutique are geared toward women and girls and include 12 different gifts.
While you won’t know what is included in the box until you get it, photos on the website show that the possibilities include hats, scarves, face masks, toys and more. Sizes range from small to 2XL for women and small to extra-large for kids.
And here’s a sweet little bonus: Simplemost readers can nab $30 off their orders with the code SANTA30!
If you’re looking for something a bit more fantastical, how about some Harry Potter calendars? You can find a Harry Potter pop-up book Advent calendar and a Harry Potter Lego calendar on Amazon, both of which will give you goodies for 24 days instead of 12.
Or, if booze is your thing, you can also pick up a sparkling wine Advent calendar, which provides you with you a miniature bottle of bubbly wine (such as prosecco and cava) for each day of December leading up to Christmas.
On Christmas Eve, you’ll be treated to a little bottle of Laurent Perrier Champagne.
Will you be ordering a 12 Days of Christmas surprise box or other Advent calendars to count down the holiday season?
This story originally appeared on Simplemost.