My Favorite Christmas Gift Ideas Online


Back by popular demand!  I have updated the 4tunate Holiday Gift Guide for the following categories:

I figure if these items can withstand four boys and keep them entertained time and time again they are worth mentioning to you! 

* I am still compiling a guide for Ages 4-5 Years, so if you have suggestions that you would like to share, I’m all ears!

Also, I mentioned earlier today that DaySpring has an awesome sale that ends today. You can Save 30% at the DaySpring online store with the biggest coupon of the year (even on clearance items)!  I wanted to pass along this coupon to all of you!

Here’s a few of my favorite finds that I would LOVE to give or see under the tree this Christmas…


This gorgeous Decorative Silver Engraved Tray based on Philippians 4:8 is on sale for $14.00 (originally $39.99) plus an additional 30% off makes it only $9.80!


This Jesus is the Gift Inspirational Ribbon, perfect for decorating or wrapping, is on sale for $4.99 (originally $9.99), but the discount code makes it just $3.50!


This Life Collection – Table Runner originally $16.99 is on sale for $6.79, the 30% discount makes it only $4.75!


The Ever Grateful – Memo Board with Easel isn’t on sale, but with the 30% gift code, it’s a great price of $25.50. (I’ve seen this piece in person and fell in love!)

There’s also Free Shipping on orders over $50.

Happy Shopping and Giving!  And don’t forget to give me your suggestions for gifts for Ages 4-5 Years! 


10 thoughts on "My Favorite Christmas Gift Ideas Online"

  1. Michelle H says:

    Hey Jen! Thanks for the code! I just used it to get 2 of the Phil 4:8 platters (MIL and gMIL gifts for Christmas!) and I got several of the Jesus is the Gift cookie platters for the kids to give their preschool teachers as gifts. At $4.75/platter, it’s a great price! Merry Christmas!

  2. lauren says:

    i really like the Decorative Silver Engraved Tray. i think may just get that for my mom for Christmas. cute ideas! Thanks.

  3. korigammon says:

    My 3 1/2 year old is asking for Fisher Price Trio Blocks. He got one set last year and this year we’re getting him the airport/helicopter set. These things are awesome and really help his creativity. Even Daddy likes them.

  4. I am trying to remember what we got our son around that age. Here are a few that come to mind for birthday/Christmas.

    – Leapster
    – Knight Costume (Really any costume at all. We hit the Halloween clearance racks and he still runs around in some of them)
    – Big Tonka Trucks
    – Marshmallow gun
    – Action figures
    – Pillow Pets (Just got these for our kids and they love them!)
    – Little Tikes Basketball Hoop/T-Ball set
    – Thomas the Train
    – Bowling set with foam balls
    – Tool bench with pretend tools
    – Play cash register with fake money (they’d play “grocery store”)
    – Games: Hi Ho Cherry-O, Candyland, Memory, Zingo (VERY GOOD!), Boggle Jr. , Five Little Monkeys Jumping On The Bed, Cooking Cookies, Hip-O’s Menu Match, Cranium Cariboo, Buckaroo, Ringo Flamingo, Don’t Wake Daddy & Cranium Hullabaloo (big hit!)

  5. Amy/4thFrog says:

    Cranium Hullabaloo for sure! Perfect for getting the wiggles out on those snowed in days.

  6. Great post Jen. Some ideas for 4-5 age that E loved…

    Games are wonderful for this age! absolute faves are Guess What I Am, Hullaballoo, Elefun, Zingo, Cariboo…other good ones…Twister (can make up a bunch a different games with the Twister mat), Cat in the Hat I Can do That!, Slamwich, Monopoly Jr., Yahtzee Jr. (all the Jr. games are typically building blocks for the “regular” version)

    Tangoes Jr.

    Marble Run

    Leapster great for car rides, waiting rooms

    Hot Wheels color changing cars

    And if I didn’t have 4 more to play with everything, I’d send it all to you for sure! 😉 Michelle

  7. Mama2A&B says:

    As mom to twin 5 yo boys – Lego sets are tops on the list. We were introduced to Trio a little late, but those have also impressed me. Scrabble Jr is a great game. And easy craft kits have been a big hit ’round here lately. Tape – scotch tape, masking tape, etc – has always been a popular stocking stuffer. This year they have been studying Matchbox/Hot Wheels car sets and a toy cash register is on the list, too.

  8. Kate says:

    Leapsters are great. With four boys, you can just get each one a game and they can trade them around. We also LOVE the TAG systems for that age. Little animals for imaginative play are huge around here as well. (My kids are 3, 5 and 6)

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