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- Moving can be stressful, but a sweet gift from a friend can make the process of settling in a little more bearable.
- Though a basket of baked goods, a bottle of wine, or a vase of flowers will do the trick, the gifts that truly stand out are unique and practical — and hundreds of them can be found on Amazon’s Handmade page.
- We rounded up 29 picks from Amazon Handmade that make for original, thoughtful housewarming gifts.
If you’ve just been invited to a housewarming party for a friend who recently moved, you’re probably trying to figure out something original and thoughtful to bring that not every other guest will have in-hand. Wine and flowers are a typical go-to when it comes to housewarming presents, but there are more creative options, like those on Amazon’s Handmade page, that are both unique and useful.
Amazon features tons of one-of-a-kind gifts, decor, clothing, and accessories on their handmade page — all of which add a personal touch to any gifting occasion. Typically, shipping can be more of a lengthy process when purchasing from independent crafters, but hundreds of Amazon Handmade products are Prime-eligible for a seamless shopping experience.
To make the process of gifting even more seamless, Amazon has a specific handmade section for housewarming gifts. I discovered 29 unique and practical items from coasters to candles that definitely won’t end up being gifted twice.
A comfy pillow that will remind them of home
An address sign that’s perfectly minimalist
An elegant cutting board for the newlyweds who just bought their first home
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