Jenny Lemons Holiday Gift Guide: Claudia's Choices
At Jenny Lemons, our goal is to inspire you to invite more color and creativity into your life! This year we asked our team to share some of the joyful products they are gifting to their loved ones. We hope you enjoy their choices!
Hi! I'm Claudia,the Jenny Lemons Admin! I help coordinate operations for the Jenny Lemons team. When I am not sending emails or updating our website, you can find me cooking, drinking coffee and wine, or exploring San Francisco on a walk.
For My Parents
My Parents have so many extra sets of keys, reading glasses, bits and bobbles that they carry around with them all the time. They are always looking for these items, so I want to gift them a set of these dishes by Quixotic Ceramics. They look beautiful and rustic and would look great near their entrance, to hold a candle and matches in their restroom, or trinkets in the kitchen.
For My SisterFor my younger sister, I am gifting a set of these fun, colorful coasters. She recently got married and got a new home, so I think this would be a fun, creative addition to their home. They are locally made in SF by SMO Ceramics (Jenny Lemons’s manager Sarah), so I think that charming story is sweet to share as part of the gift.
For My Wander-Lusting FriendMy friend Rani is a travel agent, and pre-covid was continually traveling to tour new destinations. I think this travel watercolor set in a Jenny Lemons Pouch would be a great for her because its portable, she can take it on the go and paint while laying by the pool or sitting at a cafe and then she can re-visit travel memories when she is at home. This gift would be something to continue to inspire her.
For My Nieces and Nephews
My nieces and nephews live in Southern California + New York, so we don’t get to see them very often. They are now four and younger, going on 15. They love to help out the adults with projects, so I think this Shrinky Dink Film and color pencil set would be a fun activity for us to do on Christmas morning or during our Boxing Day Prime Rib Dinner Night. And, since I can’t ever give them just 1 or 2 gifts, I love these Rainbow Wall Hangings from Elsa’s Rainbows. I love that a young brother/sister team makes them and donates their profits to local charities. Plus, I can pick a rainbow to match each kid’s personality and hang it above their bed or on their door, so they think about us when we aren’t there.
For My Husband, The Designer
My Husband Sean has some great style. As a graphic designer, he loves unique design, colors, and prints. This rad shirt featuring a mural of faces from local designer Dan Garzi will intrigue him and be a great addition to his wardrobe. As a designer, I know he will appreciate the local artistry and, he won’t look too shabby standing next to me. ;^*