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    Just 51 Great Gifts To Buy Your Sibling This Year

    Goodbye bickering — you're gonna win your sibling over this holiday.

    1. The Lord of The Rings trilogy box set your sibling will happily geek out over and insist you marathon together immediately.

    2. A Two Minute Mornings journal complete with gratitude prompts they can use to start the day off on a positive note (even BEFORE coffee, can you imagine!?).

    3. An all-too-relatable "Always Overwhelmed" T-shirt they'll appreciate getting from their sibling who just GETS them.

    4. A striped pullover they can throw on when they're late for brunch but don't want the rest of your siblings to tease them about it for the umpteenth time.

    5. A set of five nail polishes and a top coat so they can create one of those trendy ombré manicures without heading out to a pricey salon.

    6. A Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer & Volumizer Hot Air Brush to remove any unnecessary stress from their morning routine.

    7. A retro-styled fleece Patagonia jacket, so cozy they'll be so appreciative of you the next time a snowstorm rolls around and they'll already have the perfect outfit.

    8. An ice roller, which is said to help decrease under-eye puffiness, minimize fine lines, and shrink the look of pores — as well as to relieve headaches and sore muscles. Your sibling's skin will thank you.

    9. A motivational bangle with a rose gold finish they can add to their ever-growing bracelet collection and remember how strong they are when they're having a tough day.

    10. A roll-on migraine stick to help nip their pain in the bud before it gets out of hand and ruins a perfectly good day.

    11. A festive Taylor Swift sweatshirt for the sibling you can count on to stay up until midnight with you each time Tay drops a new single. Family Christmas card outfits, anyone?

    12. A stainless steel ring that doubles as a fidget spinner that'll help keep your loved one calm, cool, and collected in stressful times.

    13. An acrylic monogram necklace you can have customized with their initials for a unique piece to add to their collection of accessories.

    14. A massage roller they can use to apply acupressure on the bothersome parts of their feet to make them feel fantastic before heading off to bed. It's so easy to use they can roll away without taking your eyes off of the latest episode of The Great British Baking Show.

    15. A saddle bag with two color schemes your sibling will be able to use every single day since it'll match everything they own. Definitely a great option if you're looking to splurge.

    16. A throw pillow case cover to make them giggle and remind them of that time you binge-watched multiple seasons while sitting around your parents house with nothing to do over the holidays.

    17. A foil art print that'll recreate a handwritten version of a meaningful recipe one of your parents or grandparents made, so special they may even tear up over how thoughtful you were while choosing a gift.

    18. A teeny tiny Magic 8 Ball your indecisive sibling can use to make decisions on the spot without overthinking it. Should they come over and watch the latest cheesy Netflix holiday movie with you? All signs point to yes.

    19. A subscription to Disney+ so you can selfishly use it also and stream all of the classic movies you grew up watching together.

    20. Dazzling earrings that'll leave them ~starry-eyed~ from the moment they unwrap them.

    21. A hilarious sweatshirt for the sibling that would actually stop speaking to you if you dared to watch Real Housewives of New Jersey without them.

    22. A New York Times crossword puzzle book any word nerd would be delighted to receive — just don't expect them to pay attention to you at all for the next week with the exception of asking you "what's an eight letter word for snow storm!?"

    23. A sparkly holiday tote filled with a six-pack of mini Ruffino champagne bottles that'll set your sib up for a night of fun this New Year's Eve.

    24. A 12-oz bottle of Mike's Hot Honey to help them take the flavors of their boring weeknight recipes to the next level with just a drizzle.

    25. A basic sneaker from Greats to replace the pair with scuffs and scratches all over 'em that your sibling has likely been wearing for three years past their prime.

    26. A winged eyeliner stamp for your sibling who obsesses over makeup tutorials but hasn't been able to perfect liquid eyeliner just yet.

    27. A reusable straw with a crystal attached to it to infuse every beverage your sibling sips on with ~good vibes~.

    28. A deck of Dream Decoder cards for your sibling who has forever been trying to figure out why they keep dreaming about their teeth falling out.

    29. A 2020 calendar that'll bring the magic of Walt Disney World into their day EVERY DAY (since that's what calendars do).

    30. A faux fur throw blanket any homebody would be happy to receive — it's just about that time where it's acceptable to hibernate until the sun comes out again in April.

    31. A semi-temporary tattoo will last about two weeks and provide your jokester of a sibling with a way to prank your parents.

    32. Acrylic drop earrings, so trendy and affordable you can buy a bunch of them to gift the fashionista in your family.

    33. Or a chic Daniel Wellington ring they'll want to wear every day because it's super versatile and'll go with all the other jewels they already wear daily.

    34. A DNA testing kit for your brother or sister who's been dying to know exactly HOW Italian you guys actually are.

    35. A set of SpongeBob face masks that'll have the two of you rolling on the floor laughing while singing "F is for friends who do stuff togetherrrrr."

    36. Acrylic barrettes, so they can easily accessorize on days they just don't have the motivation to really do their hair.

    37. A subscription to Book of the Month because there are few things as dreamy to a bibliophile as cracking open a hardcover book. Mmm I can smell the freshly printed pages already.

    38. And metal vintage feather bookmarks they can use to hold their place in their new book each month without having to dog-ear a single page.

    39. A curtain of twinkle lights that'll make them feel like they headed for the second star on the right and landed in Never Land every time they climb into bed.

    40. A custom plush doll for your sibling who *thinks* they have everything but doesn't yet own a miniature replica of themselves. Honestly, why would they NOT want this?