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Great Gift Ideas

Welcome back to the Liv Ahwatukee Blog! As December rushes in, many people are rushing to the stores to buy gifts for family members, friends, and coworkers. If you didn’t make it out to the stores on Black Friday or are still trying to find that “perfect” gift, we might have a few ideas to help. We’ve compiled a few gift ideas that you can purchase without leaving your Phoenix, AZ apartment.


Fishing Pole Campfire Roaster

While for many people this gift would be better suited for summertime, it works perfectly well in Arizona.


“We once toasted a marshmallow THIS BIG. Hook and roast your favorite campfire food with this fishing pole–inspired skewer. Made of powder-coated steel and finished with a maple handle, this flipping-fun roaster will occupy a prime spot in your camp tackle box. Find a comfy spot in front of the fire, then jig the pole to flip your snack so it's evenly roasted on all sides.”


The Mug with a Hoop

Dunk those marshmallows into a cup of steamy hot cocoa.


“‘The world would be better if we could play with our food!’ That's the maxim of Max, the kid entrepreneur and sports fan who created this functional and fanciful basketball Mug With a Hoop™ at the tender age of 8 in his art class. Now you can slam dunk some oyster crackers in your soup or shoot a 3 pointer of mini marshmallows in your cocoa.”


Yoga Joes

Do you know anyone that loves to do yoga? These figurines would make a perfect stocking stuffer for them.


“This troop's mission? To keep inner peace. Designer Dan Abramson looked to a favorite childhood toy to help inspire grown-ups to get into yoga. Armed with a general knowledge of the practice, this platoon of posing servicemen show off their secret weapon: major strength and flexibility.”


Maki Socks

You probably know someone who is obsessed with sushi. If so, these socks are the perfect gift!


“Get ready to look good enough to eat. Wear your love for Japanese cuisine with these soft cotton socks. Packed and rolled to resemble the traditional maki treat, they'll stand out in your sock drawer. Unrolled, they reveal an artful, color-blocked pattern that'll stand out in your 9 a.m. meeting. Don't keep this sushi secret to yourself, though—they also make a perfect stocking stuffer.”


Tricerataco Holder

Of course, sometimes you need a dinosaur to hold your uneaten taco.


“Known for its hard shell and spicy disposition, Triceratops roamed the earth millions of years ago. This taco-toting beast is back for a blast of mealtime fun. The durable, dishwasher-safe dino holds two hard shell tacos until you make them extinct.”


What gift stands out to you? Share in the comments below. Happy holidays!