Gift Giving With Sturbridge Yankee Workshop

When the weather turns cooler, as it quickly is, Christmas gift ideas are on the minds of shoppers and parents, all looking for the wonderful present that will bring joy and fulfillment on Christmas morning. Santa always has the perfect bag of stuff that never disappoints! The exchange of Christmas gifts is a time old tradition that has meshed with other rituals and practices from cultures past. And, the entire process continues to evolve in our culture today. We here at Sturbridge Yankee Workshop have gathered all of our favorite gift categories to make the holiday shopping easier on you, no matter you celebrate the season!

Gardening String in a TinFor the Gardener

Every gardener deserves a bit of help with their green thumb hobby.

Chickadee Night LightFor the Bird Watcher

Chickadees, cardinals, song birds and more.

Leash KeeperFor the Pet Enthusiast

Whether they wag, tweet, meow, or crow, everyone loves pets.

Public Notice SignFor the Sports Fan

Golf, baseball, football. No matter the sport, we have something for it.

Vintage Jacks GameFor the Game Room

Fancy a game of jacks? Christmas-opoly perhaps?

Presidents Framed Wall ArtFor the History Buff

Lincoln and Washington are frequent guests here.

Hero FrameAmericana Gifts

Red, white and blue, many made in the USA, too.

Citrus Rosemary and Ginger SauceFood Gifts

Jams, jellies, sauces and more to whet any appetite.

Musical Holiday Train Snow GlobeFor the Collector

Fulfill a collection or start a new one this year.

Haeger Medium Rectangular Baking PanFor the Cook

Even the best chefs must start somewhere.

Childrens Wooden Activity WalkerFor Children & Grandchildren

Boys and girls of all ages will jump for joy over these gifts.

Personalized Mom's Bed and Breakfast SignPersonalized Gifts

Mom’s Bed and Breakfast. Dad’s Man Cave. You say it, we make it.

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