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Top 12 Foodie Gifts for 2010

December 19th, 2010 at 06:31 pm

Itís less than a week before Christmas. If you havenít finished your gift shopping, donít worry, you still have time to do it online.

Today is the LAST DAY to order gifts from Amazon.com and get free super saver shipping in time for Christmas.

Here are my Top 12 Foodie Gifts for 2010, with gifts under $50, under $35, and under $20.

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Under $10 Homemade Gifts

December 22nd, 2009 at 11:32 am

Do you have more time than money? Why not make your own gifts?

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Costco gift ideas

December 17th, 2009 at 03:58 pm

Gift baskets for under $25.

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Kitchen Gift Ideas for under $25

November 17th, 2009 at 11:47 am

I dug through Amazon to find these great kitchen gifts for under $25. They are all eligible for Amazon's free super saver shipping on orders $25 or more.

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Need Ideas for Christmas Gifts Under $10

November 12th, 2008 at 10:27 pm

I need gift ideas for my cousins who are ages 20 - 28. Anyone have any ideas?

Priceless Gift Idea

June 25th, 2008 at 10:31 am

My husband is really into photography and he is great at it. He takes pictures every single day! For many of us, our photos remain on the digital camera or on the computer but are never printed. One day, he decided to print some photos of our trip to the Philippines, ones with his relatives.

Costco is definitely the cheapest place for prints and enlargements that we've found. He ordered them online and then picked them up in the store within an hour. He printed some 8x12 ($1.49 each) and 12x18 ($2.99 each) which are odd sizes, although common dimensions are available. But we found frames to fit them at Aaron Brothers, buy one get another for 1 cent. 8x12 frames were 2 for $10. Basically, if you take the matte out of some of the frames, they will fit these rare sizes. Creative thinking, I love it!

Once the photos were framed with simple black frames, they were amazing! Photos look different when they are in frames. You pay more attention to them. We hung some of the photos on the wall, and it is a special feeling to see not only my husband's artwork surrounding us, but also to see his relatives, who live on the other side of the world.

Photos make special, one of a kind gifts. My husband even created a hardcover, photo book for his friend's wedding in Kona, Hawaii. That was the best wedding gift for her.

You can now do more than put photos on mugs. You can put them on mousepads, make wallet prints, handbags, calendars, throws, ornaments, and even canvas prints.