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Category: Grommet Gift Guide

  • Grandmother Gifts Sure to Delight

    Finding Grandmother gifts can be challenging. But don't worry, we've done all of the hard work for you. These Grandmother gift ideas are sure to delight that special lady in your life.

    Grandmother Gifts - Coin Laundry Kitchen Towels

    The Coin Laundry

    From a Montana-based company called The Coin Laundry comes an assortment of towels that absorbs whatever Grandma dishes out while adding a touch of 1950s retro-style to her kitchen, bathroom, or bar.   Shop Now


    Grandmother Gifts - Sweet Jules Caramels

    Sweet Jules Caramels

    These specialty caramels made with only the best natural ingredients sourced from around the world. Grandma wont want to share these silky-soft and buttery caramels -- but she shouldn't have to after all.  Shop Now

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  • Best Gifts for a New Mom

    If you're searching for gifts for a new mom, you're in the right place. We have gathered the most unique gifts for her -- from personal to practical, these gifts will make any new mom feel special.

    Gifts for a New Mom | Initial Pendant


    Olive Yew Jewels

    These necklaces are petite and simple. Handmade in Charlotte, North Carolina, these initial pendants are a thoughtful gift for a new mom. Personalize with your choice of metal (we're loving the rose gold) and initial of the new little one and you have a truly special gift. Shop Now


    Unique Gifts for a New Mom


    Lalabu is a stylish top for mom, a cozy pouch for baby, and a nursing bra all in one. Manufactured in the USA from imported fabrics, the Soothe Shirt provides all the intimacy of a wrap without the complexity. Any new mom would appreciate this top. Shop Now


    Thoughtful Gifts for a New Mom

    Treasured Passages

    This gift will encourage a new mom to share their  wildest dreams as a child, favorite holiday meals and more. Treasured Passages’ Mother Daughter Letter Book is a guided scrapbook, filled with prompts that will help a new mom share memories with future generations. Shop Now

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  • 5 Tech Accessories You Don't Need, But Totally Want

    We probably all consider ourselves pretty technologically savvy at this point. Most of us now own a smartphone whereas circa 2008, the Motorola Razr was one of the most popular phones. Think about it.

    Right now, you probably know about the latest iPhone model, the latest Android operating system KitKat, and the hottest tablet on the market. But what about some of the latest tech accessories?

    I’ve rounded up 5 items that not only help maintain our plugged-in lifestyle, but do it in style. Yes, you don’t need any of them (or maybe you do), but I assure you that you’ll want all of them!

    1. LSTN Troubadour Headphones ($150)

    Tech Accessories | LSTN

    Like guitars, violins and pianos, these headphones are made from wood, which channels a naturally warm and resonant sound. Each pair is individually handcrafted from real, reclaimed wood, available in ebony, cherry, or beech wood. No two pairs are exactly alike, and for each pair sold, LSTN helps restore hearing to a person in need through the Starkey Hearing Foundation.


    2. MuseMini Bluetooth Speaker ($29.95)

    Mini Muse | Tech Accessories

    Standing at about two inches tall, this small wireless speaker challenges the notion that bigger is better for audio. Sleek and cylindrical, it’s designed to be portable, and it delivers surprising sound for its size. Just charge via USB for an hour and you get six hours of listening time.

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  • The Classic Mason Jar, Upgraded

    Feeling nostalgic? These mason jar lids, adapters and reinventions of  the classic mason jar will have you feeling southern (or hipster) in an instant. Go ahead, get your "mason jar" on.

    mason jar lids


    BNTO Canning Jar - A conveniently shaped insert that separates a canning jar into two compartments so you can mix or dip your food ($9.00 buy here).

    reCAP - Shake, pour, and store, reCAP turns the classic mason jar into a spill-proof water bottle, salad dressing dispenser, cereal container, candy jar, and more ($14.00 buy here).

    The Mason Shaker - A shot of Americana, a jigger of Southern sensibility, a dash of design ingenuity, and what have you got? The Mason Shaker. A unique four-piece cocktail shaker made of glass and stainless steel ($29.00 buy here).

    Fancy Rednecks - A drinking glass with an appreciation for its Southern roots. Stemmed Mason jars are a fun and great way to add a bit of sophistication to your beverage (starting at $14.00 buy here).

    Cuppow - These mason jar lids are designed for both large and regular mouth Mason or canning jars. The dishwasher-safe lid fits underneath the screw-on ring that comes with a canning jar ($7.95 buy here).

  • The Best Board Games to Play When You're Stuck Indoors

    Searching for the best board games can be overwhelming. If you've ever found yourself browsing aisle, after aisle of endless boxes that claim to be the answer to your family's indoor boredom -- this post is for you. When the cold weather hits, family games can be a great pastime and here at The Grommet, we've found the best board games for you to try. Grommet tested, family approved (plus we're giving you a chance to WIN one).

    Best Board Games

    Squashed - Easy to learn and fun for people of all ages from 6 year olds to grown ups, Squashed was created by Nick Metzler to encourage players to think in three dimensions, strategically positioning themselves to squash their opponents and to avoid getting squashed along the way.

    Colorku - This game uses wooden marbles instead of numbers to solve puzzles. Like Sudoku, the object of ColorKu is to fill a 9x9 grid so that every row and column has nine different colored marbles with no repeats, and each 3x3 grid also has nine different colored marbles with no repeats. The marbles make it easy for players to move the colors around, trying different combinations without constantly erasing.

    Tenzi - It’s not often a new game can be described in just 20 words, but TENZI can: Each player gets 10 dice. The first player who rolls all 10 on the same number and yells “TENZI” wins.

    Gigamic Games - Spatial thinking and tactical decision-making are put to the test in board games from Gigamic. The Gires brothers (Jean-Christoph on left & Stephane) have been making games since the 1970s, and they have stayed true to the original Gigamic mission of creating games and puzzles that are engaging and thought provoking, not mindless entertainment.

    Show me the Kwan! - From a company called Griddly Games comes a fast-paced word game you don’t have to be a spelling bee champion to enjoy. It’s called Show Me the Kwan and it’s as easy to learn as it is fun to play for people of all ages from 8 year olds to grown ups.

    What board game do you think your family would most enjoy? Leave a comment telling us below. We'll select three winners and send them the Grommet game of their choice. Good luck!

    General contest rules: To enter, you must be a U.S. resident and at least 18 years of age. You must leave a comment on this post. No purchase necessary. Winner will be randomly selected and notified via email. Employees, contractors, and the families of employees and contractors of The Grommet  are not eligible to enter. Void where prohibited. Contest will end January 23, 2014 at 11 pm PST.


  • Meaningful Gifts Can Come in Really Small Packages

     stocking stuffer ideas

    I've come to realize that people either dread the idea of purchasing stocking stuffers, or look forward to it. Personally, I adore the idea of finding small treasures that will light up faces on Christmas morning. Growing up, Santa always filled my stocking with the smallest (but most thoughtful)  gifts.  But the truth is, most stocking stuffers are not thoughtful at all.

    How many of us give or receive stocking stuffers that appear to be from the grocery store impulse buy section? Does chapstick, beef jerky, and gum sound like your typical stocking stuffers?  We can do better. Just because a gift is small doesn't mean it has to be from the gas station or impersonal. This year consider filling their stockings with meaningful gifts they will be as thrilled to receive as the gifts they unwrap from under the tree. Giving a meaningful gift of any size will put a smile on their face (and yours as well).

    Meaningful stocking stuffers for her

    Meaningful Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Her

    LOVE Reusable Bags: Perfect for your wife, mom, or college-age daughter. This cute reusable bag is the  perfect space saver that can tuck into a purse or pocket. It folds up to the size of a tennis balls and can be unfolded with she goes to the market or needs a bookbag.

    Toesizes:  Toesizes come in fun colors and are great alternative to barefeet. Toezies are the sock for pilates, yoga & lounging around.

    Unitrex: Flexible silicone rubber pocket-sized pen and stylus tools come in bright colors and are compatible with all touchscreen devices. The perfect size to tuck into a stocking.

    Meaningful stocking stuffers for him

    Meaningful Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Him

    Razor Renew: Leather strap that sharpens and smoothes razors, blades, and knives to last at least 10x longer than normal. Use suede side to sharpen; flip over to smooth side to polish.

    Napa Soap Company:  This handy travel size shaving soap and traditional shaving brush will elevate his shaving experience. The travel tin and brush make it the perfect size for his stocking.

    This is Ground: Easily wrap earbuds, USB cables and other small wires in the convenient envelope-like case leather  case. The Cord Taco comes in a 5-pack so you can stick them in all of your family's stockings.

    Meaningful stocking stuffers for kids

    Meaningful Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Kids

    The Dipr: A spoon made just for dunking cookies! You can even eat off the dipper! They come in a pack of four.

    Whooz?:  Whooz? charger stickers are full of personality, and will set their device accessories apart, so they'll always know which ones are theirs.

    Shains: Colorful rubber bracelets feature interchangeable peg charms (letters, and icons) that attach to spell out a message.

    Looking for more meaningful gift ideas? We have an entire Holiday Catalog full of gifts with meaning. Check it out here.

  • Best Friend Gift Ideas for Her

    Looking for that perfect gift for your best pal? Well, your search stops here because Grommets make great best friend gifts. Giving a gift that is thoughtful and has a story behind makes for a great conversation starter which is icing on the cake. Giving them that perfect gift and enjoying sharing the story with your best pal? Holiday magic.

    I'd tell you what Grommets I'm gifting my best friend this year, but I'm pretty sure she'll read this and I would hate to ruin the surprise. Instead I'll share my 4 favorite best friend gift ideas  with you. You can also browse our five new holiday catalogs for even more ideas.


    best friend gift ideas

    For your tweeting, instagramming, smartphone-addicted gal pal. The Mighty Purse is an attractive genuine leather clutch with universal charging cables built in. Charge the bag once, and it's good for recharging your phone, camera or tablet up to 2x while on the go. Six colors available here.

    best friend gift ideas

    The Secret Sweater  is a comfortable, packable layering cardigan that can be worn comfortably under a jacket or alone. It will become her go-to cardi for the office or a night out on the town.

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  • Making Gift-giving Personal Again: Gift Ideas for Grandma

    In the 21st century, it has become increasingly easy to buy, well, pretty much anything. With the click of a button or a quick trip to the mall, holiday shopping can be done in a matter of minutes. Yet this kind of modern-day shopping can often turn gift-giving into an impersonal, expressionless activity. In the pursuit of the perfect gift, we drive to big-box retailers or go online and buy a nameless, faceless product that usually doesn’t feel as special as the person we’re giving it to. It’s unlikely a consumer knows where something is made or by whom, or anything about what makes the gift unique. In a recent conversation with my grandmother, I asked her how different shopping is now than it was for her many years ago. Her response went something like this:

    “Do you remember hearing stories about the milkman making a daily delivery right to the front door? That actually happened. When we needed to buy a gift, we walked into town and went to the local family store. No big supermarkets, no shopping malls. I knew those people by first name.”

    In conversations with both my grandparents, I’ve detected a certain nostalgia for this time - when knowing a maker by name was commonplace. With the holidays upon us, it’s the perfect time to rekindle that maker-consumer relationship and make gifting a little more special for grandma this year. Whether she needs a problem solver, wants to be pampered, or would love a sweet something from her grandchildren, she’ll know that her gift was made by a real person with a story to share. And the best part is: she’ll know them all by name.

    To Make Grandma’s Life a Little Easier:

    La LOOP Eyeglass Holder: Elizabeth Faraut, entrepreneur and mother of three, founded La LOOP because she couldn’t find a stylish eyeglass accessory. Equal parts function and fashion, Grandma will never fish around for misplaced glasses again.

    RainRaps Waterproof Wrap: Designed by two longtime friends, Stacy Struminger and Rachel Teyssier, RainRaps were created for practical and stylish women. With no fussy sleeves or zippers, Grandma can easily slip on this piece when skies get stormy.

    Help Grandma Unwind:

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  • Men Tell All: How to Pick Good Gifts for Guys

    good gifts for guys: bottle opening sunglasses

    Brewsees bottle opening sunglasses are one of the "coolest" Grommets around.


    Let’s face it. Even if you think you know how to shop for men, what they want to receive is probably not what you think.  Men can be surprisingly particular, unpredictable and downright difficult to shop for when it comes to gift giving.

    But don’t throw in the towel and pick up a gift card just yet, we're here to help. This week we decided to do some investigating and go straight to the source.  We asked some of our favorite Grommet guys for tips we can use when shopping for them.  Get your pen and paper ready because you may need to take notes.

    Question 1: Do you like to be surprised when given a gift or do you always want to know what you’re about to open?

    Majority Says:  No surprises. However our Business Analyst, Ian, did say he likes surprises once in a while. “I like being surprised, but only if it’s a really good gift. I typically buy myself items that I want. I don't wait around for someone to buy them for me.”

    Take Away: When in doubt, don’t surprise. He’ll be just as appreciative even if he knows what's inside the box.

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  • Valentines Day: Love it or hate it? Either way, here are 5 great apps for it!

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    CC Image Courtesy of Heart bokeh 2 on Flickr

    Oh, Valentine's Day. It's either a day you're anxiously awaiting or one you're dreading. You're either waiting for that special smooch from your loved one, or...planning a movie night with the girls and burning old love letters. Either way, you'll have a great story to tell and only 365 days until the next. If you're planning a special night with your sweetie, yet stuck for some romantic ideas, here are 5 new apps that may help.

    Happy Valentine's Day from the team at Daily Grommet!

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