Holiday gift guide 2016 - This Time It's Personal

November 17, 2016

Looking for great, original, budget-friendly gifts for your loved ones?
We got you covered! This is the full Spirit Nest guide for original designed, made in the US awesome gift option that covers everyone in your life.
Spirit Nest is a one stop online shop for your Holiday shopping and our original designed tops and mugs are not available in stores, only exclusively on our site.
We have categorized our gift guide in order to help you shop efficiently to the people you love.

The Boho-Chic lady
  1. Free Spirit sweatshirt
    Striking colorful illustration printed on a cozy high durability sweatshirt/hoodie.
  2. Flower Child
    Romantic, retro style top, will make a great gift for any flower child at any age.
  3. Gypsy Soul
    Dynamic boho style illustration will spread the magic of every gypsy soul who wears it.
  4. No mud no lotus mug
    Empowering, beautiful and spiritual uplifting message. Will give your loved one a daily a positive boost at home or at the office.
  5. Raw magic
    Magical moisturizing body butter, a must have treatment for a dry winter skin.
  6. Lavander + Rosemary travel tin candle
    Calming, ambiance creating, amazing scent. In a decorative beautiful packaging.
For a fellow witch/a loved Coven member
  1. Frequent flyer hoodie
    For a witch with a healthy humor under her cape, to keep warm in her cold night time witchcraft activities.
  2. I dance with the moon
    One of our all times best seller, the perfect gift for a Pagan, Witch a Wiccan.
  3. Do no harm, take no shit.
    A new Pagan/Wiccan mantra and a way of life, great statement top with a beautiful originally designed artwork.
  4. Caffeine potion
    You can't go wrong with our best seller mug, it will make everybody smile. And it will be the preferable mug for a witch to drink her brew from.
  5. Coffin lavender detox soap
    Beautifully scented handmade lavender herbal soap. A must have for all Lavender lovers. Guaranty to make your witch smile.
  6. Witches be sippin
    Whether it is coffee, herbs tea or lizard's blood, A witch needs to drink her brew with style.
  7. Mystic forest
    Mystic forest candle captures an enchanting fusion of herbs topped with sage, lavender and pink rose petals.
  8. Witches' tea
    Witches' Tea is an earthy luxurious face, neck and hand cream moisturizer.
For your spouse
  1. Stay wild moon child sweatshirt
    Our best seller design printed on a cozy, durable sweatshirt/hoodie.
  2. No mud no lotus
    Empowering, romantic and beautiful spiritual lifting top.
  3. Caffeine potion
    You can't go wrong with our best seller mug, it will make everybody smile.
  4. Type of vibe
    Got that vibe? get the mug to match it.
  5. Rose garden mason jar candle
    Scented candles are 100% soy wax & hand-poured. Smells just like an enchanted garden.
  6. Dark rose
    Dark Rose is an all natural soap made with pure essential oils, activated charcoal, It also smells heavenly.

For a cool Mama

 

  1. Mother of wildling
    Mother of wildlings? We get her covered and warm with a sweatshirt that will make her smile.
  2. Stay wild moon child
    Our best seller design printed on a tank top a great gift for a moon child art any age.
  3. Flower child onesie
    Sweet hippie style onesie, will make any baby mama happy
  4. Type of vibe
    Mama got that vibe? Empower her...get the mug to match it.
  5. Caffeine potion
    A tired mama who fuels on caffeine will be delighted to consume her caffeine using this cute mug.
  6. New moon night cream
    ultra moisturizing enchanted night cream.Enchanted RoseWood handmade soapAll natural handmade soap relieves stress and smells heavenly.

    a little Holiday Gift from Spirit Nest

    Happy holidays from Spirit Nest. Enjoy $10 to our Nest on orders of $55 and above. Just click this link (or the santa banner below) and the $10 discount will automatically add to your cart at checkout.



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