Gift Ideas Under $50 — Week Five
This is Week Five for Under $50 Gifts.
Check out what I’ve found. Click on the pictures or links for more information.
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This is a pretty safe gift. Unless you give something with garish colors or a theme that doesn’t suit the recipient, comforters are welcome additions to any home–especially in the winter. Get them something warm and cozy.
I don’t know about you but our counters are always cluttered with something that needs to be charged. This keeps it neat and efficient.
Shopping for a sleepyhead who has a hard time waking up? This could help!
Every little Storm Trooper should have one.
I have to admit, Greg wanted this. It is kind of cool.
If there’s a tea drinker on your list, consider giving them a sampler set so they can try new teas.
This one won an award for best tasting hot sauce. That’s important. It’s not about the heat, but the flavor.
Say what you will about fruitcake, but Collin Street Bakery is hands down a winner. We buy my mother a fruitcake every time she visits. Don’t knock it until you’ve tried this one.
This one is great. Not only can you can crank it for power but it also has a solar cell for charging.
I love mine so much I bought a second one for Greg. It’s just the right height for sitting in front of your work. The kneeling pad is thick and it’s a great help to have those metal bars for lifting you up.
There are lots of different seed packs, but this one is pretty good at a great price. Non GMO and heirloom vegetable seeds.
I’ve always liked Design Toscano’s catalog of items. They can sometimes be pretty pricey, but this one is in our range. If you’ve got a fan of Egyptology, this would be a fun gift.
That’s it for this week. I’ll be gone again until next week. I’m hoping for encouraging news later this week, but I know we still have a long way to go until things are back to normal. Keep your fingers crossed for me.