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At Sugarfina you'll find an array of unique candy (from all around the world) for the family member who's famous for their intense sweet tooth.
Bestplayever has the best gifts ever for the TV show binge watchers and film buffs in your life.
Pop Chart Lab sells goods covered with incredibly detailed infographics. There'll be something for practically everyone on your list (from the literature lover to the photographer), but their food and alcohol related products are especially fantastic. Get a cheese plate for your dad and a pint glass for the aunt who's attempting to brew her own beer in the garage.
4. Wild Things
The most adorable children's clothing that you've ever seen. Truly. Buy something for the little "wild thing" in your life.
Buy some indie food for your friend who is always (ALWAYS) eating. You can put together a selection yourself or purchase one of their pre-chosen batches of edible goodies.
The Boygirlparty shop is filled with so many cute products it will make your head spin. Take a look at everything, but you definitely need to buy one of these sweet onesies if you know someone celebrating their first Christmas this year.
The rings in Verameat's inexpensive Vmoji collection are an excellent choice for your sister who barely ever texts you a single word (only thumbs, crying faces, and pizza slices).
You'll find things for your favorite hermit (the person who loves you, but who always cancels plans at the last minute so she can stay home).
Have a nephew who loves art class? Buy him a giant coloring poster (or a not-so-giant coloring sheet) from Pirasta.
Totes, water bottles, mugs, towels, and other accessories printed with city names in attractive designs. Buy something for your pal who recently moved to the other side of the country and remind him of the place he chose to leave (so rude).
Bean bags are always pretty darn cool, but the ones at Woouf send the coolness level up into the stratosphere. Your badass niece would probably love to lounge on one while playing video games.
12. Owen & Fred
All the attractive, classic goods at Owen & Fred are designed and made in the United States. Have a hard time thinking of something to get your uncle or brother every year? Head here.
Fairgoods sells a "curated collection of type and typographic goods" (and most of them will make you laugh): pick out something for your friend who loves humor as much as he loves design.
Vintage and vintage-inspired stationery goods for your coworker who's obsessed with outfitting her desk.
15. Lazy Oaf
For your favorite lazy oaf. Just kidding, that's not really accurate. This is a great place to find something for your friend who would rather go naked than wear a boring garment.
MinaLima = the graphic designers for the Harry Potter films (and the upcoming Fantastic Beasts films). Buy a beautiful print (or notebook) for your roommate who rereads the series at least once a year.
17. Finest Imaginary
Quirky pieces of laser-cut jewelry and accessories that are sure to make the recipient smile
18. Plum Print
At Plum Print you can turn your child's artwork into a variety of products: shower curtains, throw and floor pillows, calendars, poufs, posters, and more! Give your daughter something covered in her own work or have a lovely gift made for a grandparent.
The Designboom shop is filled with inventive products to decorate your home with. Buy a gift for your brother who just moved into his first apartment (he needs all the help he can get).
The people at Ban.do say that they're "serious about fun," and after paging through their selection you'll be inclined to agree. Buy one of their heart-print products for the one you love.
At Buyolympia you'll find hundreds and hundreds (and hundreds) of affordable products by small businesses and creators. Do you have someone you buy a new calendar for every year? Their selection is top notch.
22. Donna Wilson
Donna Wilson's shop is "a place where pattern and color collide and the imagination is free to run wild." Buy a capybara cushion for your cousin who loves going to the zoo.
Have a relative who always talks about how they "don't need any more crap"? There is nothing that could possibly be referred to as "crap" at Kaufmann Mercantile. Buy them a quality gift that they'll keep forever (and won't be able to complain about).