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Holiday Gifts Under $40



EcoVessel $34.95: Bring that favorite bottle of wine to your BFF’s house with EcoVessel’s VINE. Ecovessel’s TriMax® Triple Insulation Technology maintains temps for up to 36 hours. Its premium 18/8 stainless steel means it is BPA and phthalates free. It also ensures your wine keeps its true taste. The VINE’s secure top makes sure the wine stays inside where it belongs. The VINE carries a full 750 ml bottle of wine, keeping your Merlot a perfect 65-degrees or a Rosé a cool 55-degrees. Cheers to that! Comes in red, black, gold and silver.





Green Goo $3.95: Green Goo lip balms create lush, hydrated lips by not only soothing dry, chapped skin, but also nourishing damaged lips for long lasting effects. All of our lips balms contain a high concentration of Calendula Flowers infused in specific organic oils that emulate the body’s natural chemistry. This unique blend naturally increases the cells’ ability to absorb water making for fuller, more nourished lips.


The Casey BarberSHOP $5:

This holiday season, spoil them with gifts from The Casey BarberSHOP that cater to their latest pop culture passion! An online retail store for those with a love affair for all things movie, TV, and food, The Casey BarberSHOP offers a delightful collection of stocking stuffers ranging from pins to magnets, stickers, cards, and mugs. In a world of quickly dashed-off block letter slogans, a personal, creative touch goes a long way. Crafting each and every adorable accessory with a hand-drawn design, The Casey BarberSHOP has just the thing to get that pop culture-loving friend off the couch.


Boozy Creamery $1.99:

The Boozy Creamery provides a revolutionary new way to make alcoholic ice cream at home, no ice cream machine required! Just add a chilled water or milk and alcohol and then whisk and for 5 minutes. Prep for your party with some awesome pina colada, margarita, or mojito treats! No need to only drink egg nog for hours, this easy DIY alcoholic ice cream is the perfect adult treat for any day or occasion.


Seeding Square $24.95: Get them planning for planting season with Seeding Square! Whether it’s for a new gardener, seasoned pro, or little green thumb, Seeding Square is the Color-Coded Seed Spacer that helps you Grow Your Food™. Optimizing and organizing veggie gardens to grow more greens and less weeds, this innovative tool makes planting a garden simple!




Bump It Off $9.99:

Pamper your beloved pet with BUMP IT OFF. Perfect for grooming and massaging, this reusable silicone sleeve fits perfectly on your hand. It’s also great for lifting pet’s loose hair to keep your couches, clothes and carpet hair free. Bump It Off features gentle silicone bristles on one side of the sleeve and smooth bumps on the other, ensuring you get every last hair, while also providing comfort to your pet. Spoil your canine or feline animal with the perfect belly rub from BUMP IT OFF!



Moore’s Marinades and Sauce $8.93:

Add Moore flavor to white elephant gifting with Moore’s Marinades and Sauces. Moore’s adds that special something you crave to beef, chicken, pork, fish, vegetables, and even wild game. With a wide variety of flavors, they make great holiday gifts for anyone on your list!



Horacio Printing $40:

Help them start the year on a good foot, by gifting them a new planner from Horacio Printing. This Christian brand’s mission is to help individuals unlock their inner artist and connect with their God-given purpose. The best is yet to come with this sleek marble planner.








George Khalife and Actress/Singer Christina Milian created a fine jewelry line, called ReMIXd, a line of 14k gold necklaces with words that can be mixed and matched to create an original and unique piece. Milian started wearing Khalife’s signature pieces in 2016. He then began designing original pieces for her and the pair quickly became friends. After going back and forth for months about collaborating the two finally made their own collection. This is just the beginning, as the duo plans to add and expand with future collections in the near future!  Check out the line here

From razors hidden apples to creepy clowns terrorizing neighborhoods, Halloween is the holiday full of creepy urban legends. PBS explores these bizarre tales in two episodes of their new digital series, Origin of Everything. These short-form video pieces are the perfect content to compliment the Halloween coverage on your site.

Poison Halloween Candy 
Every year around Halloween, we hear the same concern: you gotta check the candy for poison because strangers put laxatives in Tootsie Rolls, Razor Blades in Apples and heroine in Snickers. But is this trick or treat dilemma an actual reality or just a clever way for your parents to steal your candy? The truth is out there (and by out there we mean in the episode that you should definitely watch). 

Scary Clowns 
We all know that 1980s horror movies like IT and Killer Klowns from Outer Space led to the cultural phenomenon of “scary clown,” did you know the reality is much deeper than that? From the Middle Ages through the Renaissance to 19th Century England, clowns have always been around to bring a little chaos. And the truth is, up until the late 1800s they were NEVER for kids. So while Pennywise might be back in the terrifying new IT remake, the truth is terrifying killer clowns are nothing new. Which frankly is even scarier. 

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