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Buying Guide: 3 handmade gifts for the plant parents in your life
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Buying Guide: 3 handmade gifts for the plant parents in your life

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With the holidays quickly approaching, it’s time to start checking off your gift list.  If you’re looking for the perfect gift to send to a plant lover this year, these handmade picks will add a personal touch during a distanced Christmas.

1) Felted Succulent Planters

For collectors of the cute tiny plants, these cute tiny planters are the perfect gift. This set of three cat head planters perfectly holds small succulents and air plants while adding a little whimsy to any room. Bonus if you’re shopping for a plant lover cat parent.

Animal Planters Set of 3 by The Yarn Kitchen on Amazon Handmade

2) A Retro Mug

If you know a plant lover that enjoys her coffee as much as a trip to the nursery, this retro “Plant Lady” mug is about to be her go-to in the morning. It’s also dishwasher and microwave safe and printed with ecofriendly ink.

Plant Lady Coffee Mug by Loftipop Store on Amazon Handmade

3) Handmade Succulent Soap

These adorable handmade succulent shaped soaps are the perfect shippable gift for plant lovers who you can’t visit this holiday season. Each gift set contains two soaps carefully packaged in an attractive gift box.

Sunbasil Soap Succulent Handmade Soap Gift Set available from Amazon

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