They let out your dog, watch the house when you’re away, and shovel your sidewalk the moment snow starts to fall. Here are the best ways to to say you love thy neighbor.
Your kids are already BFFs, so gift the family next door a yard game that you can all play together, and try not to acknowledge that it’s really a gift for your family, too.See It
Give your neighbor a gift they wouldn’t think to buy for themselves. Also, they’ll think of you every time they leave the house.See It
For the neighbor who brought you a batch of homemade cookies on the day you moved into the neighborhood, return the favor with a sweet treat that you don’t have to spend hours in the kitchen baking yourself.See It
Still pissed you never got your casserole dish back from Carol? Give her this plate that’s meant to be handed off to a new neighbor when they move in, then passed on to the next newbie neighbor on the block. (Then kindly remind her about that casserole dish.)See It
This subscription box will fulfill the marathon runner down the block’s need for speed. Every month they’ll get a pre and post run snack and other cool gear to help them out there on the course. (The course being your neighborhood.)See It
For the neighbor who has the most enviable garden on the street, give them a boost on next season’s harvest with a Sow & Grow seed starter kit. It comes with everything they’ll need to grow—thyme, basil, cilantro, parsley, and sage—and when you run out of herbs you can always just hit this house up instead of the grocery store.See It
The couple who always hosts game night is about to get an upgrade to their Monopoly board with this version that comes in a chic wooden box and includes wooden dice, houses, and hotels for an on-the-farm feel.See It
It’s two gifts in one: a thermometer (plus a fake sprinkler head and rock), and a place to stash keys (for when you need to go to a neighbor’s house to let out their dog).See It
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