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  1. #1
    Deal GURU
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    Default Christmas Gift Ideas for Under $10

    1. Gourmet coffees with a personal coffee cup
    2. Pound of pistachios
    3. Child's artwork, framed
    4. Journal with special inscription inside
    5. Teacup with box of herbal tea
    6. Deck of cards and book of card game rules
    7. Homemade cocoa mix in a pretty jar
    8. Collage of special photos
    9. Gel pens and pretty stationary
    10. Bottle of sparkling cider
    11. Home baked bread, include recipe
    12. Disposable camera or rolls of film
    13. Basket filled with deli cheese and fruit
    14. Craft supplies
    15. Holiday serving bowl or platter
    16. Pretty basket filled with special jams or mustards
    17. Decorative napkins and napkin rings
    18. Fancy chocolate bars tied with a ribbon
    19. Gardening gloves with a plant or flower seeds
    20. Photo album, hand decorated is even better
    21. Makeup tote
    22. Prepaid photo developing envelopes
    23. Homemade cookie mix with instructions for baking
    24. Variety of bread mixes
    25. Special coffee cup filled with candy
    26. Fancy magazines tied together with a pretty ribbon
    27. Gourmet popcorn and flavored oil
    28. Locally made barbeque or steak sauce with basting brush
    29. Pancake or waffle mix and a bottle of real maple syrup
    30. Movie theater gift certificates
    31. Board games
    32. Jar of sourwood or pure honey with biscuit mix
    33. Note cards and book of stamps
    34. Picture frames, buy them on sale!
    35. Specialty cookbook
    36. Pretty glass jar filled with candy
    37. Collectible sports cards
    38. Muffin mixes with muffin pan
    39. Books, there are still a few for under $10
    40. Set of dish towels and dish cloths
    41. Nail polish kit
    42. Pretty night shirt
    43. Basket filled with kitchen gadgets
    44. Video rental gift certificates
    45. Pepper mill and fresh peppercorns

    46. Handwritten copies of your favorite recipes
    47. For the pets, gourmet dog biscuits or cat treats
    48. Baking pans and supplies
    49. Prepaid long distance phone cards
    50. Small clock or radio
    51. Pretty box for keepsakes
    52. Colorful Post-It notepads
    53. Address book
    54. Christmas ornaments
    55. Puzzles
    56. Blank video or cassette tapes
    57. Sewing supplies
    58. Flashlight with batteries
    59. Favorite quote embroidered on a nice handkerchief
    60. Makeup brush set
    61. Expensive socks, still under $10
    62. Special soaps and bath puff
    63. and don't forget my absolute favorite... home baked cookies!

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    still digging' my way out
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    Oct 2008


    It's a really nice list. now all one has to do is match them to family and friends. Thanks!
    live and help live

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  5. #3
    Frugal Goddess
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    Some really nice ideas here!!! Thanks!
    Tragedy, sadness, loneliness and despair taught me that life is really a beautiful thing; if it wasn't I wouldn't be able to recognize that anything was wrong - Lynn in Virginia

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  7. #4
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    Sep 2008


    Great post! I am going to sew a few things with some scrap material I saved. The only thing it will cost me is a little electricity for the sew machine. I will pick colors that I know each person will like. DH & I don't do gifts to each other anymore, We decided if we wanted it, get it then. However there is seldom anything we want & we certainly harrdly ever need anythin-just our monthly meds. We made arrangement & paid for our cremation a few years ago. It was a locked in price if fully paid for. The only thing our DD will have to pay for is transportation for our bodies & our death certificates. We didn't want to leave a financial burden for our daughter. Not being morbid just being practical & facing facts.

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