The Quickest, Easiest, Most Moderately Affordable Christmas Gift Idea List

I scoured the internet for cool, unique, and inexpensive gift ideas so you don’t have to. They’re delightful, unusual, and they won’t break the bank.

The Luxurious:
Fizz and Bubble Spa Bath Truffles ($20)
For some much needed relaxing at-home spa time.

Handwritten Bracelet  ($31.50)
Transform your handwritten message into a treasured keepsake. (Order early for personalization.)

The Practical:

Always Fits Oven Mitts and Dish Towels ($11+)

These HILARIOUSLY snarky and sweary kitchen mitts and towels are a fun twist on a normally mundane gift.

Leather Touchscreen Driving Gloves ($19.99+)
Lined with either cashmere wool or fleece, these are some handsome and practical gloves that will make anyone feel fancy.

The Fun:

Magnetic Dart Board ($29.99)
A fun way to unwind, and safe for kids, too.

Portable Bluetooth Speaker ($29.99)
A great addition to their gadget collection.

For Your Friends:
Pet Portrait Pendant ($22.40)
Perfect for your gal pal that is a fur baby mom.

Sunflower in a Bag ($12.95)
Representing longevity, a nice way to show your friend how much you appreciate their loyalty.

Six Dollar Shirts ($6+)

This website has hundreds of t-shirts to choose from, starting from six bucks. Fun prints you won’t find anywhere else.

For The Teacher:

Anthropologie Monogram Mug ($10)
A lovely mug with a nice personalized touch.

Bath & Body Works Hand Sanitizer ($11.58)
Teachers cannot have too much of this, and they will appreciate the fun scents.

The Good Neighbor: the Life and Work of Fred Rogers ($19.49)
For a great read on one of the greatest “teachers” of all time.

Happy shopping and saving!