2016 Holiday Gift Guide – Gifts for Moms who Travel

The holiday season is here so don’t wait until the last minute to get your mom (or wife) a great present.  Of course, the best gifts are handmade so have your kiddo make a card or necklace to go along with one of these picks from my 2016 Holiday Gift Guide – Gifts for Moms who Travel.

2016 Holiday Gift Guide - Gifts for Moms who Travel

2016 Holiday Gift Guide – Gifts for Moms who Travel

Got a new mom who loves to travel and cook on your holiday list? She may not be able to travel around the world right now but she can give her baby a taste of exotic worldwide flavors with Around the World in 80 Purees: Easy Recipes for Global Baby Food. It is so interesting to see what other countries choose as first foods for their babies and learn about spices from all over the world, I’m sure any new mom would love this. Pair this with a BEABA babycook and she’ll be whipping up culinary masterpieces in no time.

2016 Holiday Gift Guide - Gifts for Moms who Travel

2016 Holiday Gift Guide – Gifts for Moms who Travel

Every globetrotting mom on your list will love ARMigami, the wrap that does it all. The soft fabric drapes without clinging and can be worn in dozens of styles from skirts and halters to wraps and beach cover-ups as you simply style it by folding, twisting and buttoning! I received one at the Momtrends holiday event (in black of course) and I have worn it as a scarf, halter wrap and shrug top so far. The wraps are available in a selection of colors and fabrics and they all come inside a matching travel bag making them a great gift for any traveling mom.

2016 Holiday Gift Guide - Gifts for Moms who Travel

2016 Holiday Gift Guide – Gifts for Moms who Travel – ARMigami wrap

I usually throw my regular cosmetics in a ziploc when I travel so when Stowaway Cosmetics told me about their travel-sized makeup line, I was all ears. Their seven-piece essentials kit comes with a travel pouch making it a perfect gift for any on-the-go mom. The petite cosmetics are “right sized” which means you won’t get bored with shades or have to worry about expiration dates. I love how simple the items are to use (no need for extra brushes or sponges) and how easy the eyeshadow palate is to apply. I am usually running out the door in the mornings but when I gave myself a few minutes to sample these items, my mom friends all commented how great my make-up looked.

2016 Holiday Gift Guide - Gifts for Moms who Travel

2016 Holiday Gift Guide – Gifts for Moms who Travel – Stowaway Cosmetics

Every mom I know who loves to travel also loves to take photos. If you’re looking for some photography inspired gift ideas you can’t go wrong with this chic Gold Mine camera strap from Bloom Theory Straps?  I love the Stardust with silver sequins too. For underwater photos, my GoPro is hard to beat and a new DSLR or iPhone is always a great gift.

2016 Holiday Gift Guide - Gifts for Moms who Travel

2016 Holiday Gift Guide – Gifts for Moms who Travel

I don’t like to travel with high-maintenance jewelry which includes anything that needs to be polished. The new line of Nambé jewelry is a great gift for moms who want wear nice jewelry with ease because the sterling silver pieces are Rhodium plated for a tarnish resistant finish. Whether you wear these pieces every day or once in a blue moon, not having to polish is a major plus for busy moms. My favorites are the modern pieces like multi-band rings and twist cuff bracelets that won’t snag clothing or scratch babies.

2016 Holiday Gift Guide - Gifts for Moms who Travel

2016 Holiday Gift Guide – Gifts for Moms who Travel

What are you hoping for this holiday season? Tell me below in the comments.

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  1. myra naseem says:

    You make a stunning hand model. That is so your kind of bracelet. I remember something similar in the 80’s. I guess everything comes back. So thoughtful of you to think of the mommies for gift giving too. A sequin camera strap is a must. How come we didn’t think of that sooner.

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