When it comes to gift-giving, I just hate thinking that the amount you want to spend is the first item of business. Or that the price reflects the quality of your gift. Wouldn’t it be far nicer and more authentic to think first of the person to whom you want give a gift and then let the issue of money come later? Why does most gift-giving have to be so obligatory? I get much more excited when I actually want to give a gift. Okay, my ranting is over and I’ll reluctantly succumb to the assignment of tabulating a kick-ass list of gifts for everyone on my list and yours, too. Here lies is what we would like in all different colors of the price rainbow for 100 dollars or less.
Incidentally, one hundred clams can buy quite a lot–from Drunk Elephant skin care goodness to gold plated hairpins (by any chance do they come with a Tile tracking device?) to the best fiction and serious reading for everyone’s night table to the candle that is delighting me this very moment.
A Do Not Disturb T-shirt will suit the chicest Ebenezer Scroogette in your family, that is if they have a good sense of humor. We had fun compiling great ideas for all those “100 and under” peeps on you list. (We are joking about the $100 and under peeps –our friends are priceless.)