December 8, 2013

INEXPENSIVE GIFTS THAT YOU FEEL GOOD TO GIVE

Are you always looking for inexpensive gift ideas like I am?
So many people to buy for like teachers,
neighbors, friends or even hostess gifts.
But we don't want the gift to look cheap or tacky, right?
We want the it to convey that we appreciate and care about them.

Here are some ideas I've run across that would make a very
nice gift but won't break the Christmas budget.

World Market

White Hobnail Ramekin, Set of 4
$7.96
World Market

Small Slate Cheese Board
 $9.99
World Market

Pin Cushion Tart 
 $8.00 ea

Heirloom Pantry Cake Mixes
 $12.00 ea
beekman1802.com

Seed Keeper
$19.00
Uncommon Goods

Orange & Spice Handmade Soap
 $5.00
($6 flat rate shipping)
Ellie's Handmade Soap

Rustic Christmas Beeswax Candle
$15.00
Prodigal Pieces

Christmas Blue Mangle Cloth Heart Ornament
$6.00
Sutton Place Designs


I think any of these would make a special and
thoughtful gift for the holidays.

source

Add a pretty gift bag or creative wrapping and your
gift has that extra special touch.

I would love to hear any ideas you have for
 inexpensive gifts this season.

HAPPY SHOPPING!

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8 comments:

  1. Lovely gift ideas, Joanne! I would appreciate any one of these, especially the orange and spice handmade soap! Besides my annual Christmas Orange Cut-Outs that I place in pretty tins, I also like to give decorated poinsettias in beautiful pots.

    Thanks for sharing!

    Poppy

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  2. Love the sweet cloth heart. I do keep small gifts such as scented soaps and small ornaments for guests when they visit. Great ideas and beautifully presented.

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  3. So many neat things. I love the seed keeper, never saw one before.

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  4. Great gift idea. Thanks tons for linking to Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

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  5. It's really the thought that counts and I think that they would all make lovely, thoughtful gifts! Especially when wrapped like that~ *swoon*!

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  6. Wonderful gift suggestions. Anyone would love to receive those.

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  7. Wow. I love your post, is very beautiful. You are very creative and wonderful. Kisses and hugs. happy holidays.
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  8. Thank you so much for featuring my candle! I happened to notice getting traffic from you blog and I had never been here before...I love it! :o) Keep up the good work and Merry Christmas to you.
    Larissa ~ Prodigal Pieces

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