How about a pasta maker?
The 22-year-old singer told Twist, she's hoping for a pasta maker, some antique picture frames, and like many girls her age, anything from Free People or Anthropologie.
Of course she knows that giving is better than receiving, and says she plans on giving her friends "funny or thoughtful gifts based on things they've said this year."
But Taylor is really looking forward to spending some quality time at home and spending as much time as possible with her family during the holidays.
"It's amazing to have us all together ... To have everyone back in Nashville for the holidays is one of my favorite things about this time of year," she told Twist. "My family and I always decorate a big Christmas tree together and look at the ornaments [my brother] Austin and I made when we were kids. It's so nostalgic, looking back at all the Christmases past and comparing them to how different our lives are now."
While Taylor may be taking some time off for the holidays, she hasn't forgot her fans.
"I hope that [my fans] are happy, wherever they are ... I hope that this holiday season they feel loved by the people around them," she said. "And most of all i hope they feel appreciated by me. My life would look nothing like this without them."
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