Just call us Secret Santa.
|Some Bunny Special|
Leave it to the Japanese to make a market tote this adorable ($30). When not carrying organic produce, it turns into a silly rabbit.
|Choc and Awe|
Fetch’s Frenchie chocolates are, well, fetching ($28). The almost-too-pretty-to-eat treats will melt the mouths and hearts of dog lovers. And that’s no bull(dog).
There’s nothing better than the real thing. Except these silicone meringue rings ($22). The architectural adornments will bring joy to bakers and sweet tooths.
|Hey There, Big Shot|
Made by Tito Beveridge (seriously) in Austin, TX, Tito’s Handmade Vodka is crafted in a traditional copper pot and microdistilled six times ($25). Tito will even create a hand-signed custom bottle label for the holidays.
Héctor Serrano’s temporary tattoos provide endless fun for kids (puppet shows!) and grown-ups (use your imagination!) alike ($8).
Commitment-phobes can deck the halls with photos in sleek sticker frames ($20). Modern, decorative, and reusable, they won’t harm the walls.
|Get Your Rocks Off|
Coloring can be better than therapy (and cheaper, too), especially with soy crayons made right here in the USA ($5-$27). The artsy stone shapes add to the appeal.
Winner takes all with a deck of cards from Tiffany & Co. ($30). Gather some sharks and make the stakes high. Then put on your best poker face.
|Factory Girls and Boys|
A few bucks gets you one poster zine, which consists of fifteen works of art on newsprint by artists who formed a neat collaboration called The Pencil Factory ($10).
Arrive bright eyed and bushy tailed from the red-eye with J. Crew’s chic travel pillow and eye mask made out of soft cotton jersey ($30). A sure bet for the jet set.
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