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Grandmas are hard to shop for. Over the years, they’ve collected tons of stuff — and, in my grandma’s case, it’s more than she wants or needs. That’s why I put a lot of thought into what I get her. It should be useful, practical and something that doesn’t just add to the clutter. If you’re in the market for the same type of present, check out these gifts for grandma below. Whether she loves to bake, garden, travel or stay at home and read, there’s something on this list for her.
1. Beautiful Kitchenware 2-Quart Cast Iron Heart Dutch Oven, $39.96 (Orig. $44.97)
This cast-iron, heart-shaped Dutch oven is perfect for baking desserts, making meals for two or serving food during the holidays. It comes in pink, white or Merlot, a wine-inspired red color.
2. UnHide Lil’ Marsh, $99 (Orig. $109)
UnHide makes the softest faux-fur blankets this editor has ever felt. The brand is known for its Marshmallow blanket, which is a large, slightly weighted faux-fur blanket. However, its Lil’ Marsh is the same size and the same softness but just half the weight. It’s a great gift for the grandma who likes to cuddle up with her favorite book, watch movies or can’t crank her heat up high enough come wintertime.
3. Classic Cozy Genuine Shearling Bootie, $89.99–$120 (Orig. $120)
These slippers are ultra cozy, thanks to their genuine shearling. The bootie style makes sure they won’t slip off grandma’s feet, and the sole offers extra traction in case she wants to wear them outside.
4. Haven Towel Warmer, $84 (Orig. $140)
The Haven Towel Warmer can warm up to two large bath sheets at a time in as little as 15 minutes up to 120 degrees Fahrenheit. It has a timer setting that allows you to leave it on for up to 90 minutes and an automatic shut-off feature for safety. Grandma will love warming up towels, throw blankets or even slippers in it.
5. Tiny Tags Gold Mini Dog Tag Necklace, $115
New grandmas, especially, will love wearing their first grandchild’s name in pride on a necklace from Tiny Tags. As the years go on and more grandchildren are born, she can add more name tags to the necklace. This one is gold-plated and the most affordable option. However, Tiny Tags also allows you to totally customize your necklace by adding birthstones, choosing different metals or choosing different tag types.
6. Terrain Radish Garden Gloves, $28
If you have a grandma who loves to garden, get her these adorable gardening gloves from Anthropologie’s Terrain brand. They have rubber pads on the palms and fingers for getting an extra tight grip on even the peskiest weeds.
7. Mark & Graham Commute Clutch, $94.99 (Orig. $129.99)
Mark & Graham’s Commute Clutch is perfect for the grandma who loves to travel. It has pockets for credit and debit cards, a zipper pocket for cash and other valuables, a pocket for her passport, another for her cell phone and a snap closure to keep her headphones or any charging cords tangle-free.
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