The Gift Guide: A guide to giving the good stuff

Whether you’re celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or the winter solstice, the season of giving is upon us. Plano is full of locally-owned businesses that are ready for the holidays with clothes for your fashionista friends, games and books for your hobbiest and unique decor finds for the home designer. And we’ve got gifts for them all.

My French Recipe
My French Recipe
My French Recipes has several easy-to-make gourmet mixes complete with a QR code to an intructional video by MFR’s Isabel Mota herself. $7.49
Lyla’s: Clothing, Decor & More
Games Room trivia games are fun for the whole family or for friend get-togethers with themes like TV Show Trivia, 2000s pop music trivia and Who Am I Guessing Game. Others available in store. $12 each
Plano Gift Guide top and pants from Urban Core. Mono B Black Ribbed Flare Leggings, Mono B Ribbed Twisted Active Top-Sage Green
Urban Core
Urban Core has a variety of Lululemon-esque athleticwear including these $48 flare leggings and $32.25 active cropped top.
Plano Gift Guide Baking Yesteryear cookbook
Plano Shopping Co-Op
Plano Shopping Co-Op has a myriad of books to choose from, including cookbooks perfect for the holidays. This cookbook brings recipes from multiple centuries together to bring in holiday finds new to your family. $32
Lyla’s: Clothing, Decor & More
For the host or hostess in your life, this cookbook from a Dallas-based chef will fill the holiday tables with appetizers and snackable bites. $24.99
Plano Gift Guide Chai So Fly candle from Read Between the Lines
Read Between the Lines
Chai So Fly is the perfect holiday scent with traditional sweetness, warm clove and fresh mandarin. The 8 oz candle is $42, made from eco-friendly packaging and poured with care by RBTL’s team.
Plano Gift Guide Madness Games game Marvel Dice Throne
Madness Games
A family game for 2-6 players, Marvel Dice Throne brings together Marvel’s favorite superheroes for a card-and-dice combat experienc for $49.99. Other games and collectables are available at Madness Games for game and comic aficianados at every price point.
Plano Gift Guide TonieBoxes from The Toy Tree
The Toy Tree
TonieBoxes are $99.99, already programmed for each character. With dozens of characters to choose from, each character placed on the box sings songs and have customizable sayings. This penguin Tonie is $19.99 and is programmed with holiday songs, while the Stick Man Tonie is $17.99 and comes with a book telling his tale.
La Foofaraw
These puzzles are made with real gold foil, and come in at $41, $38 and $29 respectively.
Plano Gift Guide Pipe & Palette
Pipe & Pallete
Pipe & Palette doesn’t just do classes and parties. Plenty of unique paintings like this one are available for sale ranging from around $300-3,000.
Plano Gift Guide Santa's Kindness ornament
La Foofaraw
This ornament is fun for the whole family with a QR code that allows your child to hear a message from Santa. $38
La Foofaraw​
This set of Santas ($500, $300, $200) were hand-painted by local artist Debby Coal. Made of wooden antique juggling pins, candle sticks and a chidlren’s bowling pen, the trio is a great example of the unique finds available this season at La Foofaraw.​
Plano Gift Guide gold earrings
Cheyenne Earrings
These Cheyenne Earrings are crafted with precision in Assaya’s Bangkok workshop. The earrings are silver-plated with 18k fine gold, water resistant and sure to elevate any outfit. $160
Plano Gift Guide Purple sweater
Plano Shopping Co-Op
These cardigan sets come in a variety of colors and are hand-knitted. Each item at Plano Shoppin Co-Op is uniquely curated by the staff, so items go fast and will not be restocked. This cardigan is $56 and the tank is $32.
Lyla’s: Clothing, Decor & More
Texas sweater with thin corduroy material, perfect for Texas fall. $62
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