The holidays are approaching and you still haven't finished your gift shopping? Here is a list of ideas to please a family member, a friend or a child in your life. This list is suitable for all budgets and you may even find something to please yourself!
Bonjour Montréal offers temporary tattoos, a gift that fits nicely in a Christmas stocking ($3)
For breakfast lovers, this pancake mix from Bonjour Montréal is sure to please. ($10)
If you're familiar with the famous Miett chips, you know you won't go wrong with this gift from the pop-up at Olive et Gourmando ($6)
Ice wine tea is a Canadian product that has a fresh and tangy white grape taste. Offer this tea available at Nature & Découverte to the hot beverage fan in your life. ($9.99)
A classic for breakfast or even to enjoy straight from the jar, Allo Simonne spreads available at Marché Saint-Laurent ($14)
Need a gift for someone with a sweet tooth? Chocosina's fudges are smooth and delicious and come in many flavours. ($13.49)
If you have someone in your life who swears by astrology, treat them to a necklace that contains their astrological sign from Design Zola ($19).
To brighten someone's home, give them these luminous stars from Design Zola. A nice little nod to the stars on Place d'Armes! ($19)
To educate children about being environmentally friendly, offer them this kit to make their own beeswax-based packaging in the pop-up at Olive et Gourmando. They'll be able to put their snacks in a beautiful reusable package at school. ($25)
A pair of socks is always a good idea when you don't know what to give. At Le Petit Dep, you will find the Grand Flodden brand, which offers very warm socks made in Quebec. A must-have for winter. ($33.99)
This lunch box with the effigy of Montreal from L'empreinte coopérative made with recycled materials will please the person who cares about the environment ($47)
One pair of pajamas is good, but two are better! Artisans Canada offers pajamas for children and adults with similar designs. (starting at $40.99)
Earrings are always a good idea for someone who loves jewelry. This set of three earrings from La Boutique Boréale will go with any outfit. ($50)
Feel like bringing Old Montreal home? This wood fire scented candle from Nüspace is the perfect gift. ($39.95)
Why not give a piece of art to someone you care about. This metal sculpture from Boutique Boréale is a unique piece for the home ($195)
Credit photos: Geneviève Giguère
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