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Happy weekend, guys!! I am super excited to share some new Friday Finds with you! It's a bit of a mix, as we all seem to be anticipating Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas all at once now. Though I'm trying my hardest to live in the moment with pumpkins and autumn decor. I know after Halloween, everyone will be all about Christmas, but we should slow down and enjoy the harvest decor up to Thanksgiving, don't you think? As always, there are a few printables in the mix for last-minute decor, as well as some products for my fellow wine lovers, and some more awesome discounts that were created just for you Friday Finds readers!! 🙂🍂 So you know the drill, grab a cup of coffee and sit down for a break, so you can relax and browse these amazing shops.


First let's kick things off with this week's featured candle. I just have to feature a candle each week. It's the perfect season to cozy up with a good book and flickering candle light. A scented candle is also th…

Summer Hostess Gifts Under $40

Never show up at someone else's house empty-handed; that is what my mom taught me from a very young age. Hostess gifts tend to be more common during the holidays, but if you're attending a summer party, don't forget your etiquette. A hostess has to clean, organize, cook, then clean up afterward. Hosting a party takes work and money, so it's always important to bring a hostess gift as a proper way to say thank you. The gift doesn't mean bringing a bottle of wine for the meal. If you're bringing a dessert or drinks for the party, you still need to bring a little gift that is just for the hostess.
A popular type of gift to bring a hostess is something she can use for future entertaining. Just like with any gift, it's best to choose something that is functional but is also a luxury item that the recipient might not buy for herself.


You don't need to spend a lot of money on a hostess gift. Twenty dollars is a good average for how much to spend on a gift for a party host. If it's a casual barbecue hosted by a friend, you can spend $10 to $20 on the gift. If you're attending a formal summer party with a sit-down dinner, you should work your way up from $20.00. Personally, I'd never spend more than $50 on a hostess gift. Here are some great options for summer hostess gifts under $40.00. If you want to purchase any of the particular gifts below, simply click the links to shop! (*Items subject to sale price and availability.)








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