Looking for a great gift on a budget? These 10 gifts will wow the recipient without draining your bank account. Check them out!
Philosophy Amazing Grace Gift Set, $36 – Every girl loves a little pampering and Philosophy always delivers. This cute gift includes perfumed shampoo, bath and shower gel, conditioner, firming body emulsion, and a hot salt body scrub. You can practically hear the recipient sighing, “Ahhhhhh….”
Altec Lansing Octiv Duo, $99.95 – It seems like everyone has an iPhone or an iPod these days, so why not give a gift that brings these devices together? The Octiv Duo from AltecLansing has two docking stations so that two devices can charge (and get played!) at once. The coolest part? It will even let you mix up the music from both devices at once. Are there multiple iPhone or iPod players in your house? Now everyone can get a charge.
Lightscoop, $29.95 – Have a photography buff on your list? This little tool is fantastic for dSLR camera users—it redirects the flash, so you don’t get that over-bright, flat, look in pictures. So simple, yet so useful.
Center for Puppetry Arts Annual Family Membership, $75 – You know that cliché about the gift that keeps on giving? Well, it totally applies here. For the family with young kids on your list, an annual membership to the Center for Puppetry Arts in Atlanta is a fabulous present. Their schedule includes a variety of fun performances including, “The Stinky Cheese Man,” and “Beauty and the Beast.” Not in the Atlanta area? Annual memberships to zoos, theaters, and aquariums in your area are all fab, too.
Destination Dinners, start at $25 – How about a fresh Thai dish tonight? Or Jamaican? These fabulous dinner kits contain all the dry ingredients and spices, along with a grocery list and fun facts, to make a region-specific recipe in the comfort of your home; perfect for anyone who loves to cook.
Crimson Arm Warmers from MammaMiaEme, $30, – These fabulous up-cycled cotton knit arm warmers have lovely navy lace at the wrist’s edges. They’re a little bit can-can and a little bit rockabilly.
Vintage Roadside T-shirts, starting at $20 – These charming T-shirts pay homage to mom-and-pop roadside businesses from the 1930s to the 1960s. Plus, the tags have a little history about the businesses featured. How fun, right?
CamelBak Groove bottle, starts at $25 – Come on, $25 for a bottle? But seriously, yes. This bottle is worth every penny. The CamelBak Groove is a portable filtration system that allows users to have fresh, filtered water anywhere. Perfect for outdoorsy types, runners, or anyone on the go.
Turf of Champions, $39.99 – Do you have a huge New Orleans Saints’ fan on your list? Then they will adore Turf of Champions, which preserves actual bits of turf that was played on during the 2009 season in special frames. Recipients get certificates of authenticity, along with a piece of turf that their favorite team played on; pretty cool.
Survival of the Hippest necklaces, starting at $49.95 – Twitter has gone from an obscure application for a few tech nerds to the hottest hangout for all the cool kids. These Survival of the Hippest necklaces feature whatever Twitter handle or hashtag you want; super cool.