IF you can’t afford to get them a plane ticket that is.
Forget flowers and chocolates. Make these beautifully meaningful gifts instead.
I hope you have a wonderful holiday.
The most important kitchen tool of all. At every price point, for every kind of cook.
So, like, gifts for everyone!
Sure, you could buy them. But things always taste better when you make them yourself, and these make a great holiday gift.
Watch out, world: I’ve got a small piece of plastic shaped like the Millennium Falcon and I’m NOT afraid to use it.
Secret Santa gift exchanges are an opportunity to get kitschy, nostalgic, or just plain odd. Here are 16 quirky gifts and the people they’d be perfect for, brought to you by Savers and Value Village thrift stores.
Give me a ceramic Chihuahua to hold my tacos or give me death.
Bet you can’t get through this post without putting something on your wish list.
Because every ’90s lady needs some mocha lipstick in her life.
2013 is quickly approaching, and iCals are so boring. These also make affordable last-minute holiday gifts.
Buying someone a cookbook for the holidays = Cool. Buying someone a little ingredient they’ll use with it = The Coolest. Here’s your guide to both.
So you want to send a nice fruit basket or something. Read this first.
Just try to make some ancho chili-cinnamon bark and not eat the whole darn pan before it’s out of your kitchen.
There is nothing worse than when someone opens your gift and is all “Oh! You…made this [backs away slowly].” Avoid that crestfallen look with these awesome crafty ideas.
The New York Times Style Magazine presents a $4,320 gingerbread house, styled after Mies van der Rohe’s Farnworth House and featuring fondant-covered walls, poured-sugar “glass” windows and sugar-paste I-beams and staircases. Perfect for the friend who has everything!
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Give the gift that keeps on giving this holiday season: birth control. A Planned Parenthood in Indiana is offering gift certificates for the recipient’s choice of birth control method. Or you can just make your own certificate for a box of condoms. It’s the thought that counts.