Christmas might be the best time of the year to get something for the NFL fan in your life. The holiday falls right at the end of the NFL season. Many teams will be vying for playoff spots, and even the teams that weren't so lucky this season will already be in the process of turning things around for next year. The most difficult part about shopping for the NFL fan isn't trying to figure out whether or not your fan's enthusiasm for the team is still high at the end of the year. There are several things to keep in mind. Figure out how to get the perfect gift for your fan with these Christmas gift ideas and tips.
Nikki M: My husband and I do “found gifts” for one another. The idea is to give a gift that is something you already have, most likely with no real monetary value. You include a letter explaining the significance. The first year we did this, I gave him a rock I painted on vacation when I was a little girl because he is my rock and I always dreamed of finding my Prince Charming, which he really is for me. Last year, I have him an old key to our first house together, which we bought shortly after getting married, and which saw our oldest child come home from the hospital. It’s nice to do something without expense.
If he’s a guy who enjoys his sweets, combine the best of both worlds with sports-themed chocolate strawberries. Grab all of his favorite foodie things in one place with our birthday baskets for him. Whether he’s a wine and cheese sort of guy or an Italian meats connoisseur, our food items are made with only the highest quality ingredients and sure to conquer his appetite.
This really is a nice looking item to take with you on your picnic with your nearest and dearest. Firstly it comes in all 32 different logos of your choice. It also comes packed with features such as; fully insulated sides for keeping your food and drink hot or cold. A designated wine compartment big enough for two bottles. A removable easy to clean liner in the bottom of the food compartment. Two glasses, two plates, knives forks, spoons. Four cotton napkins, a chopping board, a corkscrew and a cheese knife. Everything you need to go and wine and dine your nearest and dearest. Or You could change the wine for beer and take it tailgating with you! Either way, you will be picnicking in style.