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Christmas means all types of traditions—decorating trees, hanging stockings, dinner with the family—but the opening of gag gifts is definitely one of the most enjoyable events. And although everyone has their own slightly unique tradition with gag gifts, buying them follows the same basic principles:
Unexpected is key! It might seem like a no-brainer since we already tend to think of gifts as surprises, but with a gag gift it’s especially important to let your imagination run wild. The holidays come once a year, so pick out a gift that’s just as unique.
Channel your inner kid and find the playful gifts. Toys and games that remind people of their childhood are the perfect nostalgic accessories to a party.
If you’re buying several gag gifts for a game of White Elephant, keep an eye out for one special present to mix in with the smaller, budget-friendly options. To keep the game interesting, the best gift should have that special blend of weird and quirky, but also extremely alluring to your party guests.
White Elephant Gifts:
In the game of White Elephant, there’s a prize that’s the most coveted. In choosing the belle of the ball, you should keep with the theme of whimsy, but raise the stakes a little. Something a little more practical for the non-holiday season, or a gift more particular that a person simply must have.
The Artists Socks Gift Set by Chattyfeet — want to include a whimsical and wearable gag gift? The Artists Socks Gift Set includes four socks inspired by famous artists, including Andy Sock-Hole, Feetasso, Frida Callus, and Vincent Van Toe. With this fun set the receiver can change their art style to suit their mood!
Bob Ross Mug by Unemployed Philosophers Guild — everyone can use an extra mug in their cabinet, and Unemployed Philosopher’s Guild makes mugs with designs that appear and disappear with temperature. Such a unique gift, it will bring the opener true delight to see the painting appear behind Bob Ross after every tea.
Is your shopping cart full yet? We hope you found the perfect addition to your Christmas party—Happy Holidays!