Friday, November 30, 2012

25 Holiday Gifts under $25

Teachers, clients, grandmama's, neighbors, with the most giftable time of the year upon us, you'll want to stock up on these affordable goodies.  Not only for everyone who's on your list, but for everyone else you forgot.


cookers
.two. chalkboard spice jar ($10-$12)
.four. tart server ($18)
.five. striped taper candles ($24)
deskies
.six. wooden ballpoint pens ($8)
.seven. hi lunch bag ($20)
.eight. 2013 bubble calendar ($22)
.nine. felt fox laptop holder ($12)
jacks
.eleven. fire truck tube toy ($16)
.twelve. schylling plane carousel ($15)
.thirteen. animal masks  ($20)
.fourteen. blue 2 popup book ($20)
.fifteen. build and paint a robot kit ($18)
jills
.sixteen. sew a dolly kit ($20)
.eighteen. burlap pencil roll ($23)
.nineteen. 2 pack bold patterned tights ($24)
besties
.twenty-three. topman ish leather watch ($24)

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6 comments:

Charlotte Parker said...

Hi Reachel!

I could not resist commenting. Your list is adorable and inexpensive, too! So well put together! I knew the source as soon as I saw item #3 - Le Creuset! Hope you are doing well and I cannot wait to meet the new Bagley through photos and videos.

Georgia Fyke Nesbitt said...

This is a great list, and I'm stealing some of these ideas, but I can't help but comment about the toy scale. I know scales are a must for bakers (I use mine all the time for that), but I also feel like a lot of little girls only see their mom's (or friends' moms or older sisters or whatever) painstakingly measuring their caloric intake on scales. And the fact that it comes with an apple sort of alludes to that (maybe?). I know it's just a toy, but as someone living in recovery from more than one eating disorder, this is not something I would want to give to a little girl.

Reachel Bagley, Fashion Consultant said...

Georgia, I hadn't even thought of that. I use my scale for measuring roll dough and mailing packages, but I can see what you're saying. Eating Disorders are an important issue to me too, and I appreciate help in breaking down those triggers and pathways.

Georgia Fyke Nesbitt said...

Thanks for the response, Reachel. I don't mean to hate - it's really pretty cute. But, that was the first thing I thought. And the fear of passing on my issues to my as yet non-extant children/how to promote healthy attitudes in young girls has been on my mind a lot recently for whatever reason. Just something to think about.

emdash said...

I will definitely be putting a few of these suggestions to use and your list helped inspire some other ideas as well, so thanks! Quick question: do you have any recommendations on makeup brushes? The person I've drawn for Christmas this year has been asking for some and I'm not very familiar with good brands, especially within a $30 price range. Any advice would be super helpful! Thanks!!

Susan Winters said...

I would add a Silpat to your list. Makes us side-tracked cooks look good when our cookies don't burn.

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