The holiday season is a time filled with joy, family, and, of course, gift giving. While intended to be thoughtful, kind, and smile-provoking, gift giving can often transform into a stressful task. With Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and many more holiday season sales ensuing, it is hard to know if you are truly getting the best deal. For some, it is even hard to know what gift to select. Below is a list of the top five most versatile gifts (all under fifteen dollars) that are destined to put smiles on the faces of the gift givers and receivers.
You can delight somebody’s life with one of these innovative “cable bites” for only six dollars. From clownfish to sheep you can pick from one of seventeen animals to serve as a technological aid and a silicon spirit animal.
This practical gift is only ten dollars, and is perfect for any friend or loved one. With rose, almond, and citrus scents, this gift is sure to please.
This personalized candle is on sale for fifteen dollars. You can delight a yogi, professional relaxer, or scent connoisseur with this custom candle that will not only fill them with the smell of a bright citrus blend but will also make them feel unique with a customized choice of initial on the front.
Mini Stuffed Teddy Bears
This ultrasoft trio of teddy bears is a perfect gift for people of all ages. They are soft and sentimental, and certainly a gift that keeps on giving hugs. Pair a set of these teddy bears, which cost fifteen dollars, with a thoughtful card and you can transform an ordinary stuffed animal into a heartwarming holiday season brightener.
Sheet Face Masks
This assorted nine-pack of sheet masks costs only nine dollars. Give these masks as a bundle for a gift that is sure to impress, or separate them and give nine gifts for only one dollar each…the choice is yours.
No matter what gift you select this holiday season, it is always the thought that counts. Happy gift giving and happy holidays from Type One.
Sources: Amazon, Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie
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