Just call us Secret Santa.Some Bunny SpecialLeave 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 AweFetch’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).Finger-Lickin’ GoodThere’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 ShotSponsored ListingMade 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.Animal InstinctsHéctor Serrano’s temporary tattoos provide endless fun for kids (puppet shows!) and grown-ups (use your imagination!) alike ($8).Stick UpCommitment-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 OffColoring 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.Get CardedWinner 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 BoysA 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).Lucky StripeArrive 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.For more thrifty ideas, check out ShopTalk.