15 Hilarious Christmas Gift Ideas For The Funeral Director In Your Life
Article by Krystal Penrose, FuneralOne
The holidays are fast approaching, and if you’re anything like me, you still have all of your Christmas shopping to do!
Shopping for Christmas gifts is such a hard thing to do… especially if the person you’re shopping for is a busy funeral professional.
So this Christmas, why not look like a total Santa Claus rockstar? Show up to your holiday family party with one of these hilarious, yet awesome gifts and you’ll be the talk of your family for years!
#1 – “12 Days of Christmas” stocking
On the first day of Christmas, my true love gave to me… Ok, it’s not exactly the best version of the infamous 12 Days of Christmas song, but this creative stocking will definitely offer up some good laughs this holiday season!
#2 – Head chef apron
There aren’t a lot of aprons out there that are as intimidating yet hilarious as this one. It’s easy to slip on and slip off in the crematory… oops, we mean kitchen!
#3 – A funeral guide for newbies
Have a friend who’s just entering the funeral profession? Then why not show them the ropes of funeral service with this comprehensive guide for newbies? Just make sure they don’t try any of the techniques listed in there without supervision!
#4 – Funeral director magnet
I don’t know about you, but this is one of the funniest magnets I’ve ever seen. Plus, it celebrates you women out there in funeral service. Perfect for the home or office, this magnet is sure to make you chuckle.
#5 – A humorous and creepy t-shirt
If you know a funeral director or embalmer who has even the slightest sense of humor, these t-shirts are the perfect gift for them. I once saw someone wearing one of these t-shirts, and to this day, they are my hero.
#6 – Future funeral director bodysuit
Let’s face it… finding a unique gift for a toddler can be difficult. Why not give them something out-of-the-box that they’ll remember forever? This awesome bodysuit is totally a fashion statement. Plus, you can pass it on from generation to generation if you’re a family-owned funeral home!
#7 – Casket business card holder
Need something to hold all of those business cards you’ve collected over the years? Don’t throw them in a messy pile in your desk drawer anymore… use this handy casket business card holder! It comes in two colors and, it’s pretty darn creative if you ask me.
#8 – Anubis wine bottle holder
We know you learned about Anubis, the God of embalming, in mortuary school. And now, you can get Anubis made into an elegant wine bottle holder. We love the design, plus it’s handmade! It’s truly the perfect addition to any office or dinner table.
#9 – Urn cuff links
Looking for a truly unique gift that’s handmade? Then these sterling silver cuff links are the perfect choice for anyone in the funeral service industry.
#10 – Skull oven mitt
This oven mitt isn’t only stylish, but it helps you keep your hands safe when reaching into the crematory… oops we mean oven! You can order this oven mitt here.
Read the rest of this article from FuneralOne here: http://blog.funeralone.com/industry-trends/hilarious-christmas-ideas/
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