As the executive editor of BlogHer, I've been really adoring the cute, smart, useful and touching gift ideas our editors have come up with in out Holiday Gift Guide series this year. I couldn't keep this brilliance a secret, so I asked some of the BlogHer Publishing Network members to take a look and share their favorites!
Shannon of Life After I Dew is excited about gifts for the social media junkie. Hashtag earrings? Twitter necklace? Yes please.
Chelsea of Two Twenty One loves the idea of online crafting classes. (I do, too.)
One thing Melissa of The Number Two Pencil is definitely gifting: some red envelopes for giving money.
Kelsey of Vanilla Joy thinks Jenna's unusual teacher gift ideas are so simple -- and so helpful.
Grace of Camp Patton read Denise's Grandchild's First Christmas gift guide, and is thinking of a Raggedy Andy doll for her son to match her daughter's "Annie."
Keight of Put Up Your Dukes got inspired by the Charitable Gift Guide, especially the idea of sponsoring a woman entrepreneur in a developing nation.
Ashley of The Vanilla Tulip recommends Jane's Top Gifts for Coaches -- as the wife to a coach herself, she's giving it her seal of approval.
So Wonderful So Marvelous thinks the Tech Gift and Shopping Guide has some solid recommendations, especially her beloved Galaxy S III phone.
Lisa of One Thankful Mom really likes the idea of Gifts for Entrepreneurs, especially the gift of professional support for a business.
One thing Carla of Small Friendly is eyeing: The Edible Hostess Gifts.
And Leslie of Lamberts Lately picked my personal favorite gift guide, the Gift Guide for Pets. Do you give holiday gifts to your pet? Some years I do; some years my cats just get the opened boxes (which they like a LOT).
We're adding more gift guides in the coming weeks -- keep coming back to find more gift inspiration, up until the very last minute … and stay tuned for more bloggers' favorites!
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