Holiday Gift Guide

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Lily Share ‘21, Staff Writer

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With the holidays fast approaching, buying gifts can be stressful. To help everyone at Marymount find the best presents for their friends, family, and even themselves, here are a few shopping lists for inspiration.

For the Ultimate Holiday Experience

This list is comprised of all the holiday-themed items you need to enjoy the holiday season.

  • Scharffen Berger Cocoa

It’s never the holidays without cocoa. For a simple gift that everyone will enjoy, pick up a box of Scharffen Berger cocoa. Add a candy cane, cinnamon stick, or whipped cream for the full holiday effect. You can find it at and at many local markets.

  • Starbucks Gift Card

Starbucks holiday-flavored drinks come but once a year. Buy a gift card with a wintry motif for your friends who love coffee. Check out the seasonal beverages at

  • Anthropologie Holiday Mugs

Anthropologie’s chic mugs are fantastic when it comes to posting artsy holiday pictures of your drinks on social media. A whole selection of them appear on

  • Pfeffernusse Cookies

Pfeffernusse cookies are flavored with delicious holiday spices and can be found at your local Trader Joe’s. Search the Trader Joe’s nearest to you on

  • Fleece Luxury Blanket by Bedsure

Amazon’s top-rated blanket is perfect for curling up and watching Elf. This fleece blanket can be bought on

  • Holiday Ornaments

Make your tree original this year with ornaments from Urban Outfitters. Take a look at these decorations on


For Your Quirky Friend

Make your holiday fun, festive, and cheery with these creative gifts. Quirky presents make great stocking stuffers and are fun to give to friends at school.

  • Magic Snow

With Amazon’s Magic Snow, your friends can create snow anywhere they go. Order it on

  • Peppermint Pool float

Get into the holiday spirit with a peppermint pool float from Amazon, found at

  • Walking Gingerdead Gingerbread Cookie Kit and Samurai Santa Sugar Cookie Kit

With zombie cookie decorating kits and samurai Santa baking sets, your friends will surely enjoy this quirky gift. Both are available on

  • Happy Hippos

Kinder’s Happy Hippo chocolate-filled wafers make delicious stocking treats. They are sold at or most supermarkets.

  • Yellow Gold S’well bottle

The yellow gold S’well bottle is a gift that everyone will love. Whichever color you choose, these insulated bottles will keep your cocoa, tea, or coffee hot throughout the school day.

  • Cookie Cup Maker

Instead of leaving Santa his usual milk and cookies, this gift will surprise Santa with his milk in a cup-shaped cookie. You can buy it at Urban Outfitters or on


For Beauty and Luxury

Shop this gift list for all things Blair Waldorf and Audrey Hepburn-inspired.

  • Dazzling Lights Touche Eclat Pen

This highlighter pen is the staple of Yves Saint Laurent’s makeup bag, which can be viewed on Its dazzling lights design makes it an excellent item to place inside a stocking.  

  • Rouge Pur Couture Dazzling Lights Edition

Find the perfect matte lipstick at Yves Saint Laurent. This collection features a limited edition holiday design. Access it on

  • Beautyblender Midas Touch Gift Set

This “beautyblender” gift set is the perfect tool in applying your holiday makeup and comes in an ornament package. Visit for more information.

  • Diorific Vernis

Visit Dior or their website at for their brand new Holiday 2017 Limited Edition nail polish. The vibrant colors make the perfect nail look.  

  • Milk Makeup Mini Glitter Stick

With Urban Outfitters’ Milk glitter stick, your friends will be able to create sparkly Christmas looks. They are online at

  • Lush Best Wishes Box

Give your friend the ultimate relaxation gift with Lush’s Best Wishes box, which comes with two holiday-themed bath bombs and Santa’s Christmas shower gel. See it for yourself on

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