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Still Procrastinating? Consider Getting One Of These 24 Crowd-Pleasing Gifts

Can't go wrong with a tortilla blanket.

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1. A subscription to Book of the Month because they're going to need SOMETHING to do while hiding inside from the cold weather.

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Book of the Month

This is a super fun subscription service that sends them a new or best selling hardcover book. Each month, BOTM features five awesome books, they pick one (or more), and it's sent right to their door. If they don't like any of the five recommended books, there is also a wider collection of older books to choose from, or they can skip a month. Learn more about this subscription box.

Get it from Book of the Month for $14.99/month.

2. An incense holder and backflow incense cones that are equally relaxing to watch and smell.

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Get the incense burner for $12.99 (available in two styles) and 100 incense cones for $9.89 from Amazon.

3. A Selenite skyscraper for any crystal or magical interior design enthusiast.

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Promising review: "This is a lovely piece!! It is larger than I expected and very sturdy. Makes me wish I had more places to put one so I could buy another!" —Charity Youngblood

Get it from Amazon for $6.99.

4. Pixar: A Pop-Up Celebration – it's bursting full of eye-popping designs that literally jump off the page.

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Promising review: "I absolutely love this book and am so happy to have it in my collection. I was initially surprised and disappointed to find there are only five pages in the whole book, however there are at least five pop-ups on each page and so much to see and discover. It covers all the Pixar films (including shorts) from the very beginning in 1984 up until 2017 (the last movie being Coco). Each feature length film has its own pop-up and they are all beautiful and spectacular! There is a small piece of writing on each page but the focus is most definitely on the illustrations." —Amazonian Mama

Get it from Amazon for $53.

5. Jerky Snob might seem like an ambitious commitment for even the most enthused jerky eaters, but you'd be surprised how fast those bags go once your recipient gets snacking.

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Cratejoy

What you get: Two, four, or eight bags of jerky, depending on what plan you choose. You'll get artisan brands that never use MSG, nitrates, or high fructose corn syrup.

Get it from Cratejoy for $15+/month.

6. An ice cream maker ready to help them make ice cream at home. Folks: ice cream. At home.

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Promising review: "I ABSOLUTELY LOVE this ice cream maker. I never purchase store bought ice cream anymore. I make nondairy ice cream. My children, husband, and everyone who tastes it can't believe I made it." —Saida

Get it from Amazon for $69.95+ (available in three colors).

7. A subscription to Candy Club for people whose sugar tooth can never be satisfied.

four jars of candy (rainbow wheels, strawberry puffs, blue raspberry sour tape, and something chocolate)
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You can send your hungry recipient all types of sweets, from gummies to taffy to licorice to chocolate covered everything. I've tried one of these boxes and confirm it's a wonderful gift! All the candies I tried were top-notch.

Get it from Candy Club for $29.99+/month.

8. A Shrute Farms sweatshirt, puzzle, or Kevin Malone keychain for the person who still can't stop quoting The Office.

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Get them from Amazon: the sweatshirt for $23.99+ (available in sizes S–4XL and 24 colors), the puzzle for $14.95, or the keychain for $11.95.

9. A book full of prompts about why you love your mom/dad/grandparent/teacher/etc. Just fill it in before giving it to them and watch for that almost guaranteed smile.

various books for dads, heroes, grandmas etc. some are as general as "why you're so awesome"
Amazon

Get it from Amazon for $10.11+ (available in 21 styles).

10. A geode kit because nothing breaks up the monotony of everyday life quite like literally breaking up some rocks.

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This kit comes with 10 breakable rocks.

Promising review: "We’ve only opened the first rock but I’m already impressed. Normally these end up being duds but this one was really spectacular and large! My son is 4 and he’s excited to open the rest for his collection." —Heremeow

Get it from Amazon for $24.99.

11. Comma Vintage — a service that takes all the hard work out of thrifting by just sending good stuff right to their door.

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Comma Vintage

What you get: One or two items of clothing and two to three accessories or artifacts, plus a personal note. Most pieces will be American-made from brands like Levi's, Pendleton, and L.L. Bean.

Get it from Cratejoy for $55+/shipment.

12. A subscription service that sends them a monthly shipment of international coffee so they can feel well-traveled, even if they never leave the couch.

Atlas Coffee, Emmy Favilla

See BuzzFeed's review of this coffee subscription service.

You can get a half bag, single bag, or double bags every two or four weeks. Then you can decide if you want light or dark roast, ground or whole bean. Each shipment comes with a handwritten postcard from the country that made your coffee. Oh, and the coffee is DELISH.

Get it from Atlas Coffee Club for $9+/shipment.

13. A toasty *fleece*-lined beanie because warm head attire is the most important step to a cozy ensemble.

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Promising review: "This is the best, cutest hat. And so warm with the fleece inside. I got so many compliments in the sub-zero weather. My head is large (not disproportionately, however I don't like hats that are too tight) and the fit is perfect. My friend even wanted the link so she could order one in a different color! I recommend this, two-day shipping, arrived just in time. I would buy from this seller again." —April Johnson

Get it from Amazon for $13.99 (available in 11 colors, and in packs of two at a slight discount — how *convenient*.)

14. The Complete Calvin and Hobbes — that's right, all their favorite comics in one place. :')

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It comes with a preface written by Watterson himself.

Wow, this takes me back. I was excited to finally get it in the mail. I loved this comic strip as a child. Reading it was one of my favorite things to do when I was given current events homework, it brightened up the homework aspect of reading a newspaper. My favorite thing about the collection is finally having all of the comics in chronological order. Reading this has brought me back to the simple joys of my childhood. In addition, I can now understand the clever humor of Bill Watterson that I would not have understood when I was a child." —Cathy

Get it from Amazon for $69.99.

15. Quirky Crate if you want them to live their brightest, most whimsical life by loading them up with cute accessories.

pink box with socks, a mug, a peach-shaped purse, and other colorful items
Quirky Crate

What you get: A colorful assortment of accessories, stationery, stickers, desk toys, pins, and more to add a little charm to your life. Each box has 7–10 items and a $70+ value.

Get it from Cratejoy for $35.83+/month.

16. Embroidery Now — a helpful book that'll walk them through the art of hand embroidery. Expect an embroidered hoop as a thank you gift.

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Promising review: "I didn't know how to embroider, but have always been interested. This book broke it down simply and I feel very confident now. You learn the tools you need, stitch techniques, embroidering on different materials and pro-tips. Plus, the templates are super inspiring and great practice. I highly recommend this book and applaud the author for making hand embroidery fun and modern!" —Mere

Get it from Amazon for $16.19.

17. A rainbow doormat that'll look great-ient outside their door.

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Get it from Amazon for $19.99.

18. A Funko Pop! figure they can really relate to, whether they hate Mondays, want to stop forest fires, or wear cute cardigans.

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Get them from Amazon: Garfield for $13.72, Smokey Bear for $10.99, or Mr. Rogers for $11.12.

19. A compact shiatsu massager that over 20,000 reviewers swear by for rubbing sore, tired muscles. They can use it on their neck, back, and legs for sweet, sweet relief.

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Promising review: "Over the years I've bought and returned a few different massagers. The ones that attach to the chair are just too big. The smaller ones hurt or just vibrate. The Sharper Image ones are junk. So... I took a chance with this one. Wow! This really works. I like that it's smaller so you can actually position it where you want. It turns in one direction for a little while and then it switches and goes the other way. When it turns, it really feels like a massage instead of that vibrating feeling. I really like how compact it is and how it doesn't move too fast. It's just a steady massage that's hands-free. I can use it on my calfs, legs, back, shoulders and neck. If this breaks I will definitely buy another one. This is the best massager I ever had." —cbear

Get it from Amazon for $64.95.

20. A cozy tortilla blanket for anyone who wishes they were a warm and delicious burrito.

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Amazon

Promising review: "Love this tortilla towel! I ordered it, thinking that it would be a great novelty gift, cheap but funny. It's SO much nicer than I thought it would be! It's heavier than expected and definitely keeps you warm. I got it as a birthday gift and it was a BIG hit!!" —Rebecca Russenberger

Get it from Amazon for $18.99 (available in seven sizes and four colors and styles).

21. A bottle of Mike's Hot Honey that will make any food taste better. Chicken nuggets, a cheese board, wings, ice cream, ANYTHING.

The honey being drizzled on pizza
Amazon

Learn more about the life-changing power of this honey in I Tried This Spicy Honey And It Changed How I Eat Every Meal.

Promising review: "Saw this on a Food Network show and decided to try! LOVE IT! Great honey taste with just a bite of heat at the end. My husband loves 'hot' and even grows his own peppers to eat on anything. He really likes this on his French toast and I like it with peanut butter. However, I just made baked beans and added tablespoon of Mike's Hot in addition to the brown sugar (reduced amount) and they were the BEST baked beans ever! I going to tell Mr Bush and Duke about Mike's Hot Honey!" —Ritakc

Get it from Amazon for $9.99.

Need to bring that hot 'n' sweetness on the go? You can get a 12-pack of hot honey packets from Amazon for $11.99.

22. A pair of monstera leaf statement earrings that'll leaf them speechless.

dangling tortoiseshell earrings shaped like leaves
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Promising review: "I bought these earrings to give my rehearsal dinner look a cute tropical vibe while keeping to our wedding colors! These are soooo cute. Well made and not heavy. I will wear these again and again and again." —Ken G.

Get them from Amazon for $7.99 (available in eight colors).

23. A pack of socks with character face backs that 1. look cute and 2. protect their skin from shoe friction.

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Promising review: "I haven't had these socks for long and I'm not rough on socks, but the comfort is high. The extra tab at the back seems to keep them from sliding and the opening of the sock is smaller than most of my other socks." —Jen Kellner

Get a pack of eight from Amazon for $14.98.

24. And if all else fails, a 5-pound bag of GUMMY BEARS. Can't go wrong with a lethal dose of sugar.

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Promising review: "These are in fact the worlds best gummy bears! I know this because I have been out of the country a few times, mostly Europe, but I always buy gummies when I travel. The thing is, they are just the right amount of sweet and sour. They are a perfect balance. Each mouthful is a burst of gummy flavor. Sweet, chewy yet soft, and never exactly the same. My mouth starts to water in anticipation. I just can’t seem to stop eating them. I need to carefully ration them. Order up a 5-pound bag and enjoy." —Mike

Get it from Amazon for $12.11.

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