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There are few holiday traditions more beloved than meeting up with friends and family in a local bar for a celebratory drink. This year is, of course, going to be a bit different for most of us. But you can still support some of your favorite establishments across the country by giving these spirited gifts. Whether you’re in the market for a mug for a friend, a jigsaw puzzle for a sibling or a cozy sweatshirt for yourself, you can find something for everyone at these beloved cocktail bars. Jigsaw Puzzle ($25), Amor y Amargo, New YorkWhile we’d like nothing more than to be sitting at the tile-topped bar of New York’s Amor y Amargo, this jigsaw puzzle is the next best thing. Featuring artist Jill DeGroff’s lovely illustration of owner Sother Teague behind the stick, it’s the perfect weekend project for any Negroni lover. Also keep Teague’s Let’s Get Blitzen holiday cocktail book and custom “I Heart Bitters” Vans shoes ($150) in mind for the special amaro fanatic in your life. Flask ($80), Death & Co., New York & DenverWhether you want to take a dram of Scotch with you on a hike or just like to carry a bit of bourbon with you wherever you go, this shiny copper flask is the way to go. It’s wrapped in a black leather case embossed with the logo of award-winning New York and Denver bar Death & Co. Irish Coffee Glasses ($8) & Deneen Mugs ($20), Buena Vista, San FranciscoHistoric San Francisco bar Buena Vista is known by cocktail lovers far and wide for its deliciously creamy Irish Coffee. Luckily, the bar is selling its Irish Coffee glasses, so fans can recreate the warming concoction at home. For a Hot Toddy or coffee drinker, pick up the bar’s 12-ounce mug that features the establishment’s facade and is made by Deneen Pottery in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Bikini Banana Glass ($20), Lost Lake, ChicagoChicago’s tropical oasis Lost Lake teamed up with Bay Area artist Kristina Micotti for this delightful cocktail glass. It’s adorned with illustrations of bananas in bikinis—ideal for adding a touch of whimsy to a Painkiller or a Whiskey Sour. T-Shirt ($20), Erin Rose, New OrleansWishing you were in New Orleans right now? This t-shirt from world-class dive bar Erin Rose is the perfect way to proudly wear your love for the city. Unfortunately, it does not come with one of the establishment’s signature frozen Irish Coffees or po’ boys. Sweatshirt ($35), Bar Goto, New YorkSupport one of the best bars in the world, while looking stylish. These elegant and understated sweatshirts are emblazoned with Bar Goto’s name in Japanese characters. It comes in black, gray or navy, and soon you’ll also be able to buy a gold version. Quik Dog Sweatshirt ($40) & Koozie ($6), Trick Dog, San FranciscoTrick Dog’s creativity extends beyond its innovative and award-winning cocktail menus. In yet another eye-catching collaboration for its new takeout joint Quik Dog, artist Ferris Plock designed this canine-inspired logo, which is featured on a snuggly sweatshirt, stocking-ready koozie and more. Enamel Pins ($10–$25), The Fox, NashvilleYou can only stuff stockings with so much candy and fruit. Spice things up a bit this year with these sleek enamel pins from Nashville’s the Fox Bar & Cocktail Club. Choose from one of the bar’s fox-themed pins, a three-pack, or a commemorative cat pin (holding a Nick & Nora glass, of course) that benefits the local U.S. Bartenders Guild tornado relief fund. Irish Coffee Kit ($60) & Face Mask ($10), Dead Rabbit, New YorkWhatever your gifting needs this year, look to the Dead Rabbit’s well-stocked gift shop, including a face mask made of stretchy, washable fabric. Or give the gift of mixology with the bar’s Irish Coffee Kit, which includes the necessary glassware, coffee and tools to mix up this iconic drink at home. Mad Libs ($10), The Spare Room, HollywoodA collaboration between acclaimed Hollywood cocktail bar The Spare Room and the folks at Mad Libs, this boozy take on the nostalgic word game is the ideal way to inject a little playfulness into your holiday gift giving. It fits easily into a stocking or gift bag, and all of the net proceeds benefit staff members. Stickers, The Gin Joint, CharlestonIf you’re looking for a little something extra to slip into your holiday cards, consider this pack of seven die cut stickers from Charleston’s The Gin Joint. Like its t-shirts, the stickers depict the bar’s fox mascot cheekily enjoying a drink, soaking in a rocks glass or puffing on a pipe. Tote & Bamboo Straws, Hunky Dory, BrooklynWhether you’re looking to gift a handy tote or a little something to make cocktail hour more sustainable, check out Brooklyn’s beloved Hunky Dory. Its bamboo straws are laser-engraved with the bar’s A-OK moniker, and its navy or orange bags feature a dreamy tropical design with an inner zippered pocket and a flat bottom—helpful for transporting a haul from the local liquor shop.Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.
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Once upon a time, a little version of you may have graced your family’s holiday card. Now you’re the one creating your own season’s greetings — and you need a site that will help you do it, whatever your goal or aesthetic. Maybe you want to express your holiday cheer with snaps of you and your friends and accompany it with some witty holiday truism. Maybe you want to embrace the weirdness of the 2020 holiday season. Maybe you’re more the bleak, Instagram snowscape type. Or, maybe you like rich letterpress cards with tasteful typography. Whatever your vision, you want to reach out to loved ones with stylish and personalized good wishes for the year ahead.Fortunately, creating a just-right-for-you card no longer involves hours spent trolling bargain bins at bookstores or sitting at home with Love Actually playing in the background, licking stamps and addressing envelopes — because the sites ahead put a modern, efficient spin on this annual process for you. (Including Instagram compatibility, purchase rewards you’ll actually use, 3D snowman styles, and eco-friendly charitable considerations.)At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission.Artifact UprisingThe streamlined designs on Artifact Uprising look more like magazine ads than holiday cards — the company was founded by sisters who also happen to be professional photographers. The holiday collection features more than 50 original card designs printed on 100% recycled paper. Foil-stamped and hand-lettered options are also available.Shop Artifact Uprising Artifact Uprising Little Branch Holiday Card (50), $, available at Artifact UprisingPapierThis London based specialty paper and stationery store is a treasure trove of sweet holiday cards, invitations, and personalized stationery. Shop PapierBow & Arrow Press Christmas Dachshund (10), $, available at PapierSociety6 If you're in the market for a more stylish and unique holiday greeting, Society6's colorful collection of original cards crafted by independent artists from around the globe are wow-worthy material.Shop Society6stinkpad A Very Rona Xmas Card (10), $, available at Society6EtsyHow could we not shout-out the one-stop-shop for everything handmade? From DIY computer templates to hand-painted one-of-a-kind winter scenes, to kitschy illustrations, Etsy is a dream shopping destination for every kind of greeting and holiday card you could imagine. Shop EtsyFiveDotPost Social Distancing Holidays Card, $, available at EtsyVistaprintYou may have used Vistaprint to design your first set of business cards, but it's also a great place to order personalized stationery and holiday cards. You can even pick up a coffee mug or wall calendar with a matching design if that suits your fancy. Shop VistaprintVistaprint Holiday Card, Flat 4.6" x 7.2", $, available at VistaprintMintedMinted offers an endless array of designs created by its expansive network of independent artists. They're elegant, high-quality, and customizable, with photo, letterpress, and foil-stamped options. There's also a line of ornament cards that come in sparkly snowflake shapes with a pre-punched hole and ribbon for hanging. The best part? All orders come with free recipient addressing.Shop MintedDanie Romrell Weird Note Holiday Card (50), $, available at MintedPostableIf you and your friends got together to create a card company, it might look like the casual, colorful Postable. The site has a distinctly Millennial attitude and acts as a kind of Holiday Card Command Center. You can export your contacts into the address book feature, personalize your cards, and enlist Postable to stamp and mail them for you.Shop PostableSmall Adventure Warm Wishes Hats, $, available at postableFine StationeryAn OG name in the customized stationery industry, this site churns out everything from the highest quality in timeless holiday cards to invitations and announcements. On top of premium stationery products, customers are also given satisfaction guarantees and free-card consultations along with every order.Shop Fine StationaryPimlada Phuapradit Joy Greeting Card (25), $, available at Fine StationaryThe Met StoreThe Metropolitan Museum of Art's online store offers a surprising selection of unique holiday card offerings — and what they lack in photo personalization, they more than make up for with artsy elegance. The impressive options range from timely still life prints to festive renderings of historical scenes and seasonal paintings.Shop The Met StoreThe MET Store Ruellan: Winter Cardinals Holiday Cards (15), $, available at The Met StoreRifle Paper Co.Along with planners, office supplies, and home decor, Rifle Paper Co. also stocks a load of sweet hand-painted looking greeting cards. Their selection includes the perfect mix of whimsical and classic designs.Shop Rifle Paper Co.Rifle Paper Co Holiday Tree Farm (8), $, available at Rifle Paper CoZolaThe stylish wedding-registry destination is also a stylish holiday-card shop, too. The site offers free shipping along with free guest-addressing on all invite to paper products. Shop ZolaZola Carcassonne Holiday Card (100), $, available at ZolaPaperchaseAlthough this stylish paper brand is U.K.-born and based, it still offers free shipping to the U.S. on all online stationery to greeting cards and gift orders for $30 or more. Many of the unique goods are exclusively crafted by an in-house design team — so you can spread your holiday cheer with a one-of-a-kind card all the way from foggy London Town this season. Shop Paperchase Paperchase Merry Cat-Mas Christmas Cards (8), $, available at PaperchaseGreenvelopeGo green this holiday season without sacrificing personalized style by opting for paperless greetings from Greenvelope — the card site features virtual stationery designs that are handpicked by local artists and thoughtfully delivered into recipients inboxes with a customized envelope. "By creating a positive online experience, we hope more hosts will consider sending invitations electronically for formal events – to help save trees, time, and money," the site explains. And in line with this sustainability mission, Greenvelope also donates a percentage of every order to a non-profit, tree-conservation org called Mountains to Sound. Shop Greenvelope Greenvelope Eco-Friendly E-Cards (20), $, available at GreenvelopeShutterflySending the same card en masse can feel a little impersonal, but who has the time to hand-write a message onto each one? Shutterfly is known for its catalog of photo-themed gifts, but it also allows users to create custom messages to each recipient.Shop ShutterflyYours Truly Fun Script Holiday Card (50), $, available at ShutterflyZazzleZazzle turns the expression of personal style into an art form by featuring address labels, stickers, and even holiday stamps to match the design of your card. This is huge for us perfectionist-types who feel a tremendous letdown when we stick a Liberty Bell stamp on our otherwise decorative envelopes.Currently, you can snag any of their holiday cards, invitations, and announcements for 60% off with the code "PAPERSAVINGS".Shop ZazzleFarlane Design Co. Modern Scandinavian Fun Deer Holiday Card (50), $, available at ZazzleMoonpigThis U.K.-based site ships its highly festive and highly customizable cards worldwide — the varied assortment of holiday greetings range from subtle stylish party invites to novelty customizable photo options and more. Shop Moonpigmoonpig Film Spoof Christmas Card - Love Definitely, $, available at moonpigSnapfishIn addition to selling cards, photo books, and keepsakes galore, Snapfish also allows users unlimited photo storage. Syncing photos to your account is easy, and afterward, you won't have to worry about losing your favorite vacation pics when you finally upgrade to a new iPhone. Then, when it comes time to send a holiday card, you'll have an entire year's worth of memories to choose from all in one place. 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And if you are looking for something a little more personalized, there's a stocked page of customizable address labels in a wide array of festive styles. Shop AmazonBest Paper Greetings Holiday Greeting Cards Box Set (36), $, available at AmazonAmerican GreetingsAs one of the largest greeting card makers in the country, this trusted site doesn't disappoint with its bounty of classic holiday options. The greetings range from boxed card and envelope packs with festive designs to personalized Ecards with celebrity Smashup capabilities.Shop American GreetingsAmerican Greetings Metallic Medley Assorted Christmas Cards (20), $, available at American GreetingsPaperless PostIt may sound like an oxymoron, but Paperless Post also sells a wide range of printed cards. Through its website, you can customize everything about the card, from the font to the liner. After your card is created, you can choose to send both paper and electronic copies of your holiday greetings, meaning Grandma and your Instagram-addicted kid cousin and get the version perfect for them.Shop Paperless PosteviteIn addition to invitations, this strictly-digital site also boasts an impressive lineup of customizable holiday cards at more than convenient price points. The festive options range from Christmas to Hanukkah and New Years' templates, all sold in individual, small, medium or large-sized packages ranging from free to under $50 totals.Shop eviteEvite Light Your Nights Card, $, available at EviteWalmartDon't sleep on mega-retailer Walmart as a fast, easy, and affordable solution for crafting holiday greeting cards this season — the understated yet stylish options cover a range of customizable and festive designs. Shop Walmart Gartner Studios Personalized Traveling Tree Card, $, available at WalmartTiny PrintsIf the idea of having your cards mailed for you sounds great, but there are a few you want to send yourself with a special letter or gift, Tiny Prints lets you pick and choose the cards you’d like them to mail and the ones they send to you directly. This allows you to personalize and mail out just as many as you really want to.Currently, you can get 30% off premium cards, 25% off everything else on Tiny Prints with "TPFREECARDS".Shop Tiny PrintsTiny Prints Merry Happy Bright Holiday Card (75), $, available at Tiny PrintsPaper CultureIf you're dedicating your holiday greetings to someone who cares a lot about the environment, a card from this eco-friendly stationery company will make them smile. The cards are printed on 100% post-consumer recycled paper, and the brand has pledged to plant a tree for every order received. 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