The thing I love most about the holidays (besides snow!) is giving gifts. I get so darn excited I can hardly contain myself! I hosted this secret santa gift exchange for the first time a couple of years ago and it was tons of fun, so now that I’m settled and back to blogging, it’s time to make this an annual event!
So here’s how it will work —
From now until November 20, I will collect the names and addresses of anyone
who would like to participate. Guys and kids are welcome, too (with the assistance of a parent)!
I will then randomly assign each participant the name of a person you are to send a gift to and you will receive a gift from someone else. Only myself and your secret santa will have your information and everything will be secret until gifts are received!
Gifts can be handmade or purchased, should be valued around $20 (before shipping) and gift wrapped. If you’d like to spend more on your gift or if the item you make is valued at more than $20, that is no problem at all as long as you understand that you may receive something smaller.
Please keep in mind you will need to ship the item and I’ll ask that items be shipped by December 16. Since international postal rates changed this year, it is more costly to ship internationally than it used to be, but it’s not difficult to do if you don’t mind paying a little extra.
your name and mailing address to firstname.lastname@example.org
, subject: Secret Santa. Please also include what country you are in and whether or not you are willing to ship internationally, and if so, to what countries. Feel free to also include information about yourself — likes, dislikes, favorite colors, favorite Etsy shops, your personal style, hobbies, interests etc, or you can just leave it up to your secret santa to totally surprise you!
I will email you the name of your gift recipient, along with all the important details by or before November 28.
Feel free to contact me anytime or leave a comment below with any questions. And invite your friends to join in, too!
Happy Holidays, everyone!