Choose a pretty Christmas pattern, like poinsettias, and impress your coworkers with a crafty gift that's easy to make in bulk. Roll clay to 1/4-inch thickness on parchment paper and refrigerate for 8 to 10 minutes. Remove the clay from refrigerator, keeping it on parchment, and place on an even surface. Press the rim of an ovenproof bowl into clay, and cut around bowl with a crafts knife. Press a rubber stamp into clay to create pattern; if it sticks, lightly oil stamp surface. Lightly oil inside of the bowl used as a circle template. Place clay circle in center of bowl, gently molding it to sides, then place in oven and bake as directed on clay package. Once cool, remove clay bowl from mold and lightly sand edges if necessary. We love this Christmas gift for family and friends, too.
Now, all this talk is great and helpful, but if your guy doesn’t consider himself to be ultra stylish, you have to look out for something. SOs, you have to make sure they don’t feel like you are trying to dictate their wardrobe like you want to see them in something else instead of their normal day-to-day wear. You want to avoid seeming insultive, so you’re going to leave all this talk out of why you got that specific jacket and pair of jeans for them.
EDC tools and functional items, things that they can actually use in their day-to-day life that optimize tasks. These say that you’ve been paying attention and that you have values in line with theirs: saving time wherever and whenever possible. Multi-tools and gadgets that can simplify their lives are all thoughtful, and things you can still see them using down the road.
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This DIY Christmas present revitalizes your favorite memories in a display to frame family and friends. Start with a photo that's cut to fit a glass bottle. Coat the front of the photo with glass decoupage using a foam paint brush. Press the photo face-down onto the outside surface of a bottle, smooth out air bubbles, and let the decoupage dry. Repeat this process on several bottles to create a sprawling display. Write cute Christmas notes and suspend them from a few of the bottle cork toppers using gold wires. This gift is perfect for memorializing old family Christmas photos for years to come — just add a new one each year.
So you’ve gone to all the trouble to find what you thought was the perfect gift, only to read the expression on their face, and thank the stars above that you kept that gift receipt or proof of purchase. This is where you’ll have to pay serious attention to shopping online. Buying from stores that have brick and mortar establishments nearby will allow you to go with them, and physically exchange the gift for one of two things: store credit, or an item of equal or lesser value.
One of the sleekest and smartest trackers on the market, Fitbit's Versa makes a great gift for the health-conscious traveler. Some of our favorite features: auto-exercise recognition and built-in guided workouts, 24/7 heart rate tracking, room to store hundreds of songs for phone-free listening, and an impressive four- to five-day battery life. Toss in a few interchangeable leather straps and gift them as a bundle.

To make the gift giving experience a little easier, explore categories that are compatible with different life stages and hobbies. Having a hard time figuring out what kids are into these days? Find an age appropriate gift for a child by checking out Baby Gifts, Kids Gifts or Tween Gifts. Not sure what to get for the gamer in your life? Take a look at Gaming Gifts and find the newest consoles, video games, headsets and gaming chairs for less. For your fashion-forward friend, browse the latest trends in Stylish Gifts, or for your computer savvy co-worker, check out Techie Gifts and find the hottest wireless headphones, 2-in-1 laptops and smartphones.


There are some do’s and don’ts when it comes to personalizing. If they’re opening gifts at a wedding, business event (promotion), or anything where they could be embarrassed, it’s best to refrain from any inside jokes or inappropriate gifts personalized on the gift. They’ll be on the spot and expected to display it for all to see, and if there’s an engraving, they’ll read it.
Fun Christmas gifts for kids, some say these unique plants are more like pets. Imagine the thrill of receiving TickleMe Plant Party favors for Christmas and growing real house plants that actually react when you tickle them! The leaves fold together and even the branches fall down when you tickle this amusing houseplant. Recommended for kids 5+, the TickleMe Plant can be easily grown indoors...
Still haven't been to the Polo Bar? Ralph Lauren's Kipton Mixologist Box lets you bring the designer's signature cocktail style with you wherever you go. The travel set includes a hand-cut crystal decanter, four matching glasses, a leather-bound book full of cocktail recipes, a bottle opener, six cocktail picks, four coasters, and a silver-plated brass jigger and nut bowl. Everything comes in a soigné saddle leather carrying case lined with Ralph Lauren's signature Wexford plaid.
As you’re building a home together, what usually happens is that you focus on the basics — sofas, shelves, beds and towels — then lose momentum when it comes to choosing the decorative accessories that really make your house a home. So start to nest a little with cool but still sentimental art that can serve as a starting point for a life of collecting art together. This small-ish print (it’s 14” square) can work in just about any room, as a standalone piece or as part of a gallery wall with an eclectic mix of artwork. It's the perfect gift for her, for a daily reminder of how much you love her. 

We’re in an era where men’s fashion has a huge focus right now. There are cliches being shattered all over the place because men actually like to go shopping for clothes and unique style items more than they ever did. Every man should have a certain set of items in their wardrobe and based on those categories, you’ll be able to pick out something from the pile that they’re certain to fall in love with. We’ll go into each category of clothing, and break them down one by one.
Okay, this cardigan has over 2,500 reviews on Nordstrom and a 5-star rating. Why don't I own this? It looks like a comfortable blanket disguised as clothing. When it comes to cardigans and sweaters, the limit does not exist for the amount one can own. They make great gifts—especially when they’re this cozy(chic). Not shopping for a cardigan person? Barefoot Dreams also sells a robe. Just saying...
Not sure what to get the wellness seekers in your life? You can't go wrong with Moon Juice’s cult-favorite Moon Dusts with this sampler pack, which includes two tea bag–like packets of the California–based brand's six best-selling edible “dusts.” Can’t sleep on planes? Stir in the dream dust to your favorite tea or a glass of warm milk before boarding. Suffering from jet-lag? Stir the brain and power dust into a smoothie; both are loaded with ingredients that support mental clarity, alertness, and energy.
Most experience events, if not all, should also have you included in the initial cost. It’s not much of an experience if they don’t have someone to go with, and if you’re a best friend or sibling, you know them intimately enough to get something they’ll truly, deeply enjoy. That’s an experience that they’ll want to share with you. The biggest mistake that experience day shoppers make, is not including themselves and running into financial problems. Just understand those experience days, on average, don’t include the cost of transit, tolls, food, drink, etc.
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