Picks lit­tle ones will love.

Western Living - - DESIGN - D r Pi BRUCE WILKIN

“A good gift should not try too hard. Sim­plic­ity is best. The tastes of the giver should not be im­posed on the re­ceiver. Best advice: give ’em what they want! And maybe more im­por­tant: take time to wrap it and present it well.”

Camp In Charm­ing play teepees (from $199) from Van­cou­ver­based Do­mes­tic Ob­jects come in neu­tral or bold cot­ton fab­rics with a co­or­di­nat­ing mat base and two pil­lows. shop­do­mes­tic ob­jects.com

Happy Feet Keep tiny toes warm and toasty all win­ter long in the durable (and adorable) Huddy Bud­dies Lum­ber­jack booties ($60). hud­dy­bud­dies.com

Eg­ghead Does Santa de­liver desks?! If it’s the new (and per­fectly pro­por­tioned) Re­write desk by Ligne Roset ($3,917), he just might. liv­ingspace.com

Build­ing Bridges For the lit­tle ar­chi­tec­ture lover in your life, Ja­son Blower’s High Level Bridge pa­per model

kits ($25) from Snow Al­li­ga­tor might just be the per­fect win­ter- day ac­tiv­ity. youraga.ca

All Wrapped Up Hol­i­day gift wrap ($11), Ri­fle Pa­per Co. ri­flepa­perco.com

World of Kid­craft In de­tailed, il­lu­mi­nat­ing il­lus­tra­tions,

This Is How We Do It ($25) con­trasts the daily lives and habits of seven chil­dren from around the world. chap­ters.in­digo.ca

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