A Family Gift Guide for Christmas


Pooja Krishna, Editor

This gift guide should help spark some inspiration in helping you decide what to get your mom, dad, sister, or brother, but ultimately you know your family best so trust your gut when it comes to gifts and look for good deals before buying. Happy gift hunting!


Jewelry is always a safe bet to get your mother, sister or any female family member. Whether it’s a necklace, bracelet, or pair of earrings, moms love showing off a new piece of jewelry as a token of love.

Alex and Ani has 30% off all fine jewelry right now. See designs below.

James Avery has a $50 and under section with charms, rings, and necklaces.

Spa related items such as certificates or gift baskets also make an awesome gift to help your mom de-stress after the rush of the Christmas season dies down. Gifttree.com has gift baskets ranging from $29 to $140.


If your dad is a sports fanatic, any sports merchandise makes for a great gift. Sports-themed sweaters, t-shirts, and coffee mugs are just a few of the countless options you can explore. See the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys sweatshirts below.

Or if your dad’s interests vary, https://www.gifts.com/gifts-for-dad is a website that has a wide variety of different gifts that range from golf gear and apparel to personalized cuff links to an executive desktop foosball game. You can narrow your search to gifts under $25, gifts under $50, gifts under $100, and gifts over $100.


Candy, especially chocolate, makes for a great gift to show your sister how much you love her. Godiva has a Christmas sale going on right now on some of their best items.

Gift cards also make for a fantastic gift, so your sister can go out and buy whatever she wants. Some popular places to buy gift cards for are Target, Amazon, Starbucks, Nordstrom, or any other restaurants or clothing stores she might enjoy.

If you want a more personal gift to give your sister, https://www.etsy.com/market/gifts_for_sister has a variety of sister-inspired gifts starting at prices below $25.


Depending on his age, shopping for a brother can be tricky. If he isn’t into sports, gaming gear or a new video game can make for a great gift. Best Buy has a really nice selection of keyboards, headphones, and other gamer paraphernalia that your brother might enjoy.

If he loves a particular movie, show, or game, you can buy him posters, apparel, or other themed merchandise. See below for Game of Thrones merchandise from the HBO online store.