Your 2017 Holiday Gift Guide from The Wooding Group

What’s On Your Christmas List This Year?

December 14, 2017

Christmas happens on the same date every year but somehow, the holidays still seem to sneak up on us. Whether you shop online or buy local here in Edmonton, it’s time to cross all of those names off your shopping list. After all, once you’ve bought and wrapped everything you need, you can finally get to the good stuff – enjoying the holiday season with those you love. We polled our team to see what their go-to gifts are this year and got some great answers. Not only did it generate some fantastic ideas, it helped us learn a bit more about each of our colleagues!

Under $50 Over $50
Tom Kahtoola Nanospikes
Great for walking on icy sidewalks and trails
Kindle Paperweight
Unlimited hours of enjoyment
TJ Magnetic Sculpture
Create, change, model…the perfect desktop distraction
Nintendo Retro Mini Console
Relive your youth with 600 preloaded classic Nintendo games
Dan Fat Loss Monitor
To conveniently assist with anyone’s pre- or post-holiday fitness goals
LED Projector
Well priced mini projector for the holiday Netflix binge!
Barb Google Home Mini
Maybe the hottest gift this year!
Instant Pot
Pressure cookers are back
Deb Cashmere Socks
Keep your toes warm and toasty this winter with these super soft socks!
UGG Slippers
My foot-warmth theme continues…a lovely cushion for your feet as you’re relaxing over the holidays
Lindsay Bloxels – coding for kids
Getting our kids ready for the new world
3D Pen
The ‘must-have’ gift for our son this year…Draw in 3D!
Helan Anjou – Pure Essential Oils
The perfect gift for beginners
Jeff Dunham Show
Coming to Rogers Place in March with classic stand-up comedy
Pete LED Bike Light Set
See and been seen during your morning and evening commutes. Available locally at Hardcore Bikes!
Canada Goose Gloves
Hard to shop for man in your life? I have been using these and they might be the best I’ve ever had!

What’s on your Christmas list this year? Tell us in the comments on Facebook! Thanks for reading, and happy holidays.