Jewelry Christmas Gifts for Co-workers

Some people actually get along well enough as co-workers to be able to give each other gifts at Christmas time. A very common gift given to co-workers with a good working relationship is jewelry.


Why is jewelry so often the most selected gift for co-workers? Well, for one thing jewelry is extremely easy to find. You probably have a real good idea of what to buy as you see these people every day of your life nearly and spend many hours with them. The jewelry gift choice should be fairly easy as well. A jewelry gift is an item your co-worker can actually use, that is, if he or she wears jewelry. Jewelry gifts are practical gifts to give at Christmas time to your co-workers.


For your male co-worker regardless of who he is, your boss or a co-worker, “cuff-links” makes a nice jewelry gift. Are you saying, why? I would be right at this moment. Well, I am going to tell you why. Cuff links are usually priced fairly and in a limitless selection of designs. Cuff links is a Christmas gift that the recipient can wear for work or special occasions. Don’t you like to give “practical” gifts. I know I do.


A tie pin is also another good choice for the males on your work team. Same thing as for the cuff links and that is the prices for tie pins are usually fair, not so much that it will break your budget and even better if you have several males on your work team you need to purchase a gift for. They are a great useful gift to give at Christmas time.


Need another idea? Okay. Money clips. Money clips are actually more common than you might realize as useful gifts to males. They are widely available in a variety of styles and designs made of metal, stainless steel, gold plated and many other marvelously looking materials. They are a sharp kind of a gift to give to the males on your work team at Christmas time.


For the females on your work team earrings never go out of style as a gift for any occasion, but especially for Christmas, a pair of Christmas-themed earrings are nice to give without feeling as though you are making a very personal statement to the recipient. Of course other designs are also appropriate like those having beautiful sparkling gemstones, birth stones, studs or dangles.


Charm bracelets are a great Christmas gift choice for female co-workers. The recipient of a charm bracelet is able to add more charms of their choice over time. Charm bracelets are fun gifts to give.


A brooch might be considered a bit old fashioned by some people yet if you look around you might also see some of your women co-workers wearing brooches. Brooches are coming back better than ever in jewelry designs and collections. It is an old favorite of grandma perhaps, but is coming back in for just about any age of woman. You can find many with a Christmas-theme such as bells or Christmas wreaths that make very nice Christmas gifts for the female co-workers on your work team.


There are a lot of other Christmas jewelry gifts options for co-workers who actually do enjoy the company of one another while at work. These are just a few main ideas to get you thinking in terms of purchasing a jewelry gift this Christmas for your co-workers. Don’t simply go with the same old big box of chocolates you slap down on the desk top or counter tops. Give a gift that is practical, one people can use and wear.


Written by: Connie Limon, Bead Jewelry Artisan


Meet Willa


dangle earrings willa


Willa is a pair of dangle earrings I added to Carmilita’s Exotic Collection of Handmade Dangle Earrings. She dangles about 1 1/2 inch from the hook

Materials Used:

2 Gold Plated Dangle Earrings
2 Antique Gold Plated 16 x 22 mm Triangle Connectors
6 Gold Plated 2 inch Head Pins
6 Gold Plated 5 mm 19 Gauge Jump Rings
2 Antique Gold Plated 6 x 4 mm Decorative Discs
4 Red Carnelian 6 mm Semiprecious Rounds
2 Lapis Lazuli 12 mm Semiprecious Rounds

Willa’s Price: $15 (includes shipping)


Purchase Willa here: Carmilita’s Earrings

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Author: connielimon2014

Bead Jewelry Artisan, mother of one daughter and grandmother of two grandsons, daughter of Korean War Veteran.

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