Are you ready for gift guide number two? (Just when we’ve been talking about doing more with less. Hah! What can I do? There are just so many pretty things to share.) For gift guide #2, I’ve gathered together a collection of items that seem cozy in one way or another. During fall and winter, cozy is the feeling I’m craving the most. How about you?

[ This holiday gift guide is underwritten by Pier 1. Pier 1 is your one stop for unique, imported decor, gifts, furniture, glassware and more this holiday season. I’ve included some of my favorites from Pier 1 below.]

Mercury Glass Candleholders. I love the way mercury glass looks aged with a nice patina, even when it’s new.

Baby Moccasins. Susan of Freshly Picked makes these teeny tiny, buttery soft leather mocs for babies. I have a pair in gold and they are to die for.

Hot Cocoa Set. What’s cozier than a mug of hot cocoa? These mugs are on the mini side. Perfect for kids.

Forest Fir Candle. Bringing an outdoor scent in, makes the room feel all the warmer.

Leather Cuff. The aged leather on this wide cuff is neat. Rustic and cool at the same time.

Bookplates. Labeling your own little library of books is such a warming thought. Bookplates and a favorite book would make a charming gift.

Maryjane Slippers. Slippers always feel like a splurge. Which makes them a nice gift. I love the shape of these maryjane versions.

Embellished Blanket. A cozy wool throw blanket that’s so pretty it might be a scarf. Except it’s a blanket.

Polar Jacket. Your kids will stay warm, and look like adorable little eskimos in this (faux) fur lined parka.

Moon Necklace. Now you can give her the moon! So sweet. (It reminds me of Many Moons.)

Snowy Day Book & Doll Set. Snowy Day, by Ezra Jack Keats, is the coziest children’s book around.

Cozy Cookbook. Harvest to Heat explores the relationship between farming and eating with recipes from America’s best chefs, farmers and artisans.

Mittens/Gloves. In cheery yellow with lovely details.

Wool Acorns. Etsy shop Fairyfolk makes the happiest little acorns — in both brights and neutrals. I want a bowl full.

Chenille Peacock Feather Rug. A chenille rug is the ideal spot to cozy up with your kids for a snowy day of board games and puzzles.

Kindle Reader Cover. In boiled wool with leather detailing. This will help your techy reader feel a bit warmer.

Furry Earmuffs. Cozy!

Cashmere Scarf. Yes it’s a splurge, but the recipient will want to wear it every single day. In several luxurious colors.