Shopping | My Cottagecore Gift Guide - Last Minute Gifts

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Hi, friends! Here is my cottagecore gift guide, finally! If anything good came out of 2020, it's "cottagecore" haha.. but seriously! I love the world of cottagecore and I feel like I've been a part of it for a long time it just didn't have a name yet. I hope you guys like this cottagecore gift guide! I think all of these little items would make amazing gifts for that person in your life who loves cottage style living and woodland magic!

A sweet butterfly-themed jewelry, or accessory piece is a wonderful gift idea and there are so many great options for that right now. I have all 3 of these items. This belt is just amazing and special! It looks perfect with a cottagecore dress. Every girl needs these butterfly hair clips! It takes me back to the '90s in the best way possible. 
1) Unique Honey Pot | Etsy | $15-$40 (this one is $28.23Please do yourself a favor and search unique or vintage honey pots on Etsy! You can thank me later ;) I'm serious, you won't regret it! There are so many adorable little honey pots out there that I think any cottagecore lover would love to be an owner of! I just recently bought a little cottage shaped honey pot and I'm obsessed with it. *Image found on Etsy, link goes straight to that shop2) How to be a Wildflower Book | Amazon | $15.35I love this book so much! The illustrations are all nature-inspired and so so beautiful. This is the gift for the flower lovers in your life. *Image found on AmazonThere's a journal that goes with it and the prompts are amazing. I have both of these books and they're two of my favorites. I always come back to them!The journal is called The Wildflower's Workbook: A Journal for Self-Discovery in Nature | Amazon | $13.17
3) Bread-making Kit | Amazon | $29.99

I think I'm the only person who hasn't made bread during quarantine this year haha. However, I'm really wanting to! This bread-making kit is a really cool gift for a cottagecore loving friend, or any homebody. I'd love to get this for Christmas this year!
*Image found on Amazon

4) Woodland Inspired Ornament | Etsy | $17

You can't go wrong with a thoughtful Christmas ornament as a gift! Each year, that person will remember you as they trim their tree. This whimsical bunny ornament is from my friend's Etsy shop and she is such a wonderful artist. You can click the link to see even more woodland gifts that she offers!
*Image found on Etsy, link will lead straight to the shop

5) Fox Tail Jewelry Hook | Amazon | $20.85

My sister loves foxes, so I gave her this hook for her birthday this year. There's a rabbit shaped one and I got that one for myself a few years ago. They do such a great little job at holding your necklaces and looking adorable up on the wall! 
*Image found on Amazon

These bird candle-holders make me feel like Snow White. I just bought them and they look really lovely in our kitchen!

*Image found on Victorian Trading Co.

A bunny rabbit that holds flowers in his ears?! Are you kidding me?! Two of my favorite things ever. This is my absolute favorite vase. It's such a conversation piece and makes me smile every time I look at it. 

*Image found on Victorian Trading Co.

Hopefully this gave you some last minute gift inspiration! 

Which gift is your favorite?! 


Christina xx

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