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Category Archives: Christmas gift
Holiday Observation #2
All I Want for Christmas is … a Butt Lift?
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Anti Monkey Butt Powder: A Weird but Fun Gift
This weird and wacky gift might be perfect for your brother or a fun-loving friend. And it only costs about $8.
Fond Family Memories: A No-Cost Heartwarming Gift for Parents
If your parents are at the point in life where they don’t need any more “things” for Christmas or you just want to give them a meaningful gift — create a one-of-a-kind “Fond Family Memories” jar.”
Amazon Echo: An Awesome Gift
It’s just a slim black cylinder, but — oh, the things the Amazon Echo can do! I own one and love it! The Echo is a very cool gift for anyone – from grammar schooler to nonagenarian. It’s fun — … Continue reading
Money-Saving Gift Idea #1 — Extend Your Beauty Cosmetic Tool — Only $2.99
Studies show that about 20 percent of the contents of health and beauty products remain in containers when users toss them — usually because they can’t get any more to come out! The Extend Your Beauty cosmetic tool is a … Continue reading
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Make a Customized Gift Everyone Can Use for $1 — in Less Than 15 Minutes
In less than 15 minutes — with only a computer and printer — you can make a super-low-cost customized gift for friends and family. It’ll save them time and make their life easier.
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Make an Inexpensive Christmas Gift for Less Than $5
Most stores sell pre-packaged Christmas-time-blooming bulbs, such as narcissi (known as paperwhites), in a flower pot. Prices range from $8 – $20, and they make a nice gift. However, you can make the same thing for your friends and family for … Continue reading
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Inexpensive Christmas Gift for Women who have Everything
Shower Queen sequined caps are unique, inexpensive Christmas gifts for women who have everything. Their hair will stay dry and they’ll look like movie stars during a quick shower. This glitzy bathing accessory is available for only $5.99 at Tuesday Morning.
Fun Christmas Gifts and Activities
Opening Christmas gifts is inherently a fun activity. But my sister and I learned how to make Christmas extra-fun from the master. Every year when we were growing up, my normally practical mom bought a Christmas gift for someone (usually … Continue reading