Monday, January 12, 2009
This cute little cupcake looks good enough to eat....but don't. It's a bath fizz. Drop it in the bath tub for silky water, and silky skin. It's a fabulous birthday gift that will only set you back about $8. Buy it here.
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Posted by Amy Platon at 8:49 AM
Sunday, January 11, 2009
This teardrop vase makes a beautiful housewarming gift. Priced at only $3.95 each gives you room to give a cluster of them. You can even snap off a few stems from your garden to personalize it. (Don't have a garden? A nice simple bouquet with large buds would work great too.) Buy it here.
Posted by Amy Platon at 12:18 PM
We love these "his and hers" chop stick holders. They retail for about $9 found here and would make a cute gift for kids or for the chop stick impaired. Couple the chop sticks with a takeout box filled with fortune cookies found in the ethnic section of your grocery store. You can even sweeten the deal and cover the fortune cookies with white chocolate. (look for the recepie under the comments for this post) What child wouldn't love that? Got some extra time on your hands? Order this Giant Fortune Cookie and white chocolate cover it. You can also order cookies with special messages and boxes here.
Posted by Amy Platon at 12:03 PM
This is a cool retro fish-eye camera that uses good old 110 film. The coolest part of this camera is that your images have a bubbly look to them that make ordinary family photos unique. You may have to buy extra film online. It sells for $50 at Veer and is a great gadget for the artisan in your life.
Posted by Amy Platon at 11:36 AM
The Ped Egg is one of those useful gifts and priced around $10. You can pick this product up at most drug stores in the "As Seen on TV" section, or you can click here to purchase it online. This little gem is just perfect for the girl who had to cut back on expenses and no longer gets weekly visits to the foot salon. Don't waste your money on a pumice stone, because this foot file takes less time, less work, and does a better job. Give the gift of silky feet. You can also add a couple bottles of your favorite polish and foot lotion for a nice gift grouping.
Posted by Amy Platon at 11:16 AM
We loved this gift for the young wildlife enthusiast in your life. And if like most kids today, they have everything imaginable already, that makes gift giving a little bit of a drag. But no worries, World Wildlife Fund has a unique conservation idea that has gifting all wrapped up. For a $50 donation your gift recipient will get an adoption certificate, a photo, plus a stuffed animal of the adopted species. Brilliant!
Posted by Amy Platon at 11:06 AM