5 Housewarming Gift Ideas

We’ve all done it. Peek out the window to see who the new neighbor is as the giant moving truck rolls up. And then talking about how much work it is to move and that you’re glad it’s not you!

After you’re done spying, how about giving the new neighbor a little housewarming gift! This also gives you a great opportunity to introduce yourself and give them a proper welcome to the neighborhood.

Check out these 5 Housewarming Gift Ideas:

1. Ready to Bake Cookie Dough Rolls: After a long day of unpacking boxes, the smell of freshly baked cookies would surly relax anyone and make their house feel like a home! Or, you could take over already baked goodies or even a full meal.

Source: SouthernLiving.com

Source: SouthernLiving.com

2. Bucket Full of Must Haves: Gather up some of your favorite household items and place in a bucket or basket. Maybe even include some of your favorite local service providers if you know they are new to the area!

Source: MarthaStewart.com

Source: MarthaStewart.com

3. Custom Stamp or Address Labels with the New Address: New address labels often go to the bottom of the list of things to do when moving, but it can be the most fun. With Etsy and so many online companies the options are endless! This might require a little pre-planning, but would surely break the ice with your new neighbor.

Source: Etsy

Source: Etsy

4. Organize a Block Party: Maybe the best way for you and your fellow neighbors to welcome someone new is by throwing a party! I mean, who doesn’t love a good party! Click here for step-by-step party planning.

Source: Lowes.com

Source: Lowes.com

5. Showcase Their New Address: New walls call for new art work and why not highlight their new address. Etsy has a lot of different options like the one below, but you could even make your own!

Source: Etsy.com

Source: Etsy.com

For more housewarming ideas, visit our Won’t you be my neighbor? Pinterest board.

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