10 great gift ideas for grandma
Your grandma works hard to spoil you, so it’s only fair you treat her every once in a while. Check out our guide to the best gift ideas for your grandma to suit all budgets and taste.
From the knitting nana to the gardening granny, there are plenty of ways you can make your grandma feel loved.
1. Pajama set
Grandmas are some of the best storytellers around. Make sure your grandma is ready for a cozy bedtime story with a new pajama set.
Kohl’s has a great range of sets from around $35, including luxurious silk sets and cozy cotton two-pieces.
If she prefers a nightgown, JCPenney has some gorgeous styles with a floral print from $30.
2. Knitting kit
If your grandma has been making knitted garments since you were a baby, a knitting kit from Joann will spark her creativity to knit something just for her. There are kits for hats, scarfs, shawls and more from around $22.
If she’s a skilled knitter, some new wool or yarn tools from Michaels is sure to be appreciated.
3. Garden tool set
Where to get them: Bed Bath & Beyond, Lowe’s
Price range: $10 to $50
For grandmas with green thumbs, a great four-piece gardening tote and tool set – from somewhere like Bed Bath & Beyond – retail at around $45, which can be personalized with your grandma’s name.
Meanwhile, Lowe’s has all the professional tools she could ask for, from hand tools to pruning kits.
4. Cozy blanket
There’s nothing more comforting than a thick cozy blanket on a cold winter night.
Wayfair has thousands of blankets in different textures and colors from around $15, including thermal, woven and quilted styles.
For a personal touch, Pottery Barn has a selection of blankets and throws you can add a monogram or name to for around $59.
5. Bouquet of flowers
Where to get them: 1-800 flowers.com
Price range: $30 to $70
Nothing says ‘thanks for everything grandma’ like a bouquet of fresh flowers.
Whether it’s for their birthday or ‘just because’, a 1-800 flowers.com gift card gives your grandma access to a variety of colorful assortments starting from around $30.
Send a One of a Kind bouquet from $49.99, and their local florists will create a unique arrangement to suit her!
Where to get them: Barnes & Noble
Price range: $10 to $30
From a gripping thriller to a swoon-worthy romance, gift your grandma her next page-turner.
Barnes & Noble is your first choice for all things literary. They have plenty of categories to help guide you, including new releases and bestsellers. Or, opt for a Barnes & Noble gift card and let her choose.
7. Rolling pin
Grandmas love to spoil us. If her specialty lies in her baked goods, then a new rolling pin can help the sweet treats keep coming.
Target has wooden rolling pins from $10 or, for a premium baker, Macy’s has a marble rolling pin with a display stand for $50.
8. Aromatic candles
Yankee Candle has plenty of fragrances to get your grandma relaxing, from homely scents such as Autumn Wreath and Clean Cotton to summer smells like Lemon Lavender and Lilac Blossoms.
Bath & Body Works also has a great range of candles in a luminary design holder for under $30.
9. Box of chocolate
Indulge her sweet tooth with a box of chocolates.
Ghirardelli Chocolate Company is a premium choice in the chocolate world. Their chocolate boxes start from around $20 and come with a range of milk and dark chocolate.
Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory also does assortment chocolate boxes, featuring buttercreams, caramel squares and nutty clusters.
10. Family calendar
Where to get them: Shutterfly, Staples
Price range: $10 to $35
A personalized calendar with pictures of all her grandkids is a great keepsake gift for your grandma – something to display with pride.
Shutterfly has a great range of personalized calendars from around $30, including rustic and natural displays, as well as fun and colorful themes.
Staples also has custom calendars you can personalize with your pictures or use their Calendar Creator for an electronic version.