Your Holiday Gift Guide for Little Adventurers

‘Tis the season for adventure. Sledding, snow angels, forts and fights, and footsteps that crunch underfoot...The whole snow-blanketed world beckons kids to peel back its covers and jump right in.

But outdoorsy exploits don’t have to end once the snowsuits are off. If your free spirits would rather scale mountains than settle down, bring some of that wintry magic indoors with these holiday gift ideas for mini explorers:

Snow capped mountains, mini pines, and tiny villages from Mountain Haus Studio will keep your kid’s sense of adventure alive. All handcrafted from wood, these beautiful pieces make great stocking stuffers that are wonderful for both play and display.

Warm and whimsical, Frankly Made TN’s knitted cowls protect your little critters from the frost and freeze when they’re outdoors….and will have them bucking around like Rudolph fireside. Expect enough imaginative play to keep everyone merry. Besides, who could resist pudgy little cheeks framed by a reindeer hat?

Keep memories of your winter adventures going strong year round. Three Bad Seeds’s peaked pillows bring a touch of the outdoors to your home decor. Made of 100% woven Pendleton® wool, they’re a playfully elegant addition to your child’s bedroom.

The PERFECT bolster for epic pillow fights and run-of-the-mill Paul Bunyan impersonations, Hi Tree’s Wool Logs make for adorable woodland accents. Pile them up on beds or seating for a super sweet touch of the great outdoors.

For an impossibly beautiful holiday vibe, Liekeland’s illustrations are nothing short of magic. These handmade works of art really speak to a child’s sense of wonder and adventure. So simple yet striking in their graphics, they’re pieces that just get you dreaming….endlessly.

For a gift that says it all, Clouds and Currents offers personalized t-shirts that truly define your little adventure-seeker. T-shirts come in white, black, or grey with your choice of lettering.

One of my personal favorites, Little Red Stuga’s Kebnekaise Pouf is a far cry from college dorm decor. Inspired by the highest mountain in Sweden, it quickly goes from cozy lounge seating to exciting climb-and-play, making mountaineers out of munchkins.

Studio Roof’s entire range of 3D cardboard totems are downright amazing. Build, play, and display a full range of wildlife figurines. Gorgeous to look at and and fun to play with, they’ll captivate your little adventurer even in their downtime.

Do you have a wild child on your hands who would rather explore the great outdoors than come inside? What do your your gift-giving ideas include?

Cover image via Studio Roof

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Nancy Melamed
I really like the Three Bad Seeds pillows
Lindsey Velasco
All the pillows are so adorable.
Maya Slavin
The top image is so pretty. Such cute cardboard cutouts
Nikki M
Absolutely love all of Liekeland's illustrations.. New Year's goal to practice drawing and painting!
Kim Williams
That pouf!!!