For the Cook
Kitchen Conversions poster ($30) from SweetFineDay's Etsy
For the Griller
Gourmet BBQ blends ($16) from Purpose Design's Etsy - you pick 8 of your favorite custom blends, so this seems like a really good deal considering I've seen canisters like these for $1.50-3 a piece.
For your Furry Friend
Personalized dog bowl ($24) from Sunshine Ceramic's Etsy
For the Little One
Dolls from Sophie and Lili ($15-38, extra for totally custom)
Choose from one of the existing dolls or choose the hair, skin color, and clothing for a totally custom doll
Personal pocket mirror ($9) from Olliegraphic
Some other cute items I found perusing the Olliegraphic site:
Plate and bowl set ($42, $20-24 each separately)
Growth chart ($49) - a little pricey, but good inspiration for a DIY version
Language print ($30) - very fun...would be a cool series to have something like this for every trip a child goes on
For your Fave Gal
Stacking Star Rings from Brilliance Found's Etsy
For the Writer
I know these are all over the blogosphere, but I adore these Archie Grand notebooks!
($10 on Amazon)
J writes me love letters in this:
I write J love letters in this:
J writes about cool attendings who compliment him on his SOAP notes in this (I spy a good graduation present!):
I like that the magazine suggests using Wishpot to organize your holiday gift list. I've used it off and on for things I come across and want to save - it's great because it will alert you if the price drops - but I should really start trying to use it for everything instead of a mix of Amazon wishlists, bookmarking, and emailing myself. (I read that you can import your Amazon wishlist into Wishpot but haven't figured that one out yet.) What kind of system do you use for things like that?
If you'd like, check out another post I did recently on free online magazines.