gift guide ($25 or less)

Here is a little gift guide for fun…I bought some of these very goods for people on my shopping list :) All photos come from the websites I am linking.

Sarah (the small object) has teamed with Chronicle Books to put out some pretty fantastic sets. This thumbprint notecard set is pretty perfect. I also really love love love her Label + Sticker book too, and a nice price! I know the thumbprint set shows as on backorder, but if you google you can find it for sale on other websites too. Don’t forget to check Sarah’s webshop for her awesome creations as well.

What about Bake It Pretty for a baking-loving friend. I just love the cupcake decorating kit! There is so much other good stuff on the website too, so even if you have a smaller budget you could put together your own box of stuff like a cookie kit–with cookie cutters (she got great ones), sprinkles, etc.

How about some beautiful paper goods from Rifle Paper Co. They are so beautiful that it is hard to choose!

Something from Kitschy Digitals would also be quite nice! The wonderful thing about Danielle’s goodies are they could really cover several people on your shopping list. The digital kits would be great for any scrapbooker, crafter, or you could buy the kits for yourself and then use them to make presents for that camera lover, fruit fan, etc. So good!

And without photos, but just as good as everything above—
1,000 Places To See Before You Die-this book sounds great to me!
zines-depending on what zine you buy, these could make excellent presents for most people on your list.
Ramen Noodle Chocolate Bars-how awesome is that? They also make Tortilla Lime + Salt chocolate, and french toast chocolate as well, yum.

I know this list isn’t very big, but I thought it would still be fun to share!, I am going to try and make another gift guide listing things you can make. I’d love to hear some things you’ve purchased for gifts and are ecited about!

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4 Responses to gift guide ($25 or less)

  1. Heather says:

    Those chocolate bars sound insane! I want to try them!

  2. Katie says:

    Ramen noodle chocolate sounds intriguing!

  3. haley says:

    Hi! I just found your blog via…somewhere (craft? etsy? I forget). I just love your work. Beautiful.

  4. Summer says:

    I got this book for my son and it’s hilarious!

    I’m also going to be making homemade playdough for him and his cousin (with fancy stuff like glitter in it). Oh, and at his pre-school, they put pumpkin pie spice in the homemade playdough (they make a new batch each week)…it smelled so good!