Christmas is just around the corner, and if your gift anxiety is reaching fever pitch, we’re here to help. You don’t have to wrack your brain or search every corner of the mall for gifts for your neighbors, your Aunt Linda, your young cousins, and your kids’ teachers. We’ve combed the Internet for 10 great gifts under $25. Just try not to buy one of each of these for yourselves!
Unzipped Glass Zipper Bag, $16.50
Is it a plastic bag? No, it’s a glass piece created to look like a plastic bag. This is just the type of unique, kitschy gift your friend, colleague, or loved one will…well, love.
Let’s admit it. That constant stirring is the worst part about cooking, are we right? Anyone who loves spending time in the kitchen will appreciate this gift.
This just might make you wish you didn’t upgrade your phone to the X! This cool case fits iPhones 6–8 and reacts to touch, just like a mood ring.
Behold the perfect hostess gift! You’ll undoubtedly see this 14-piece stainless steel bartending set again…the next time you come over!
Who doesn’t want to make restaurant-quality quesadillas at home? Forget the microwave. This is the real deal.
This falls somewhere between a stand mixer and a hand mixer, and, at under $10 each, you’ll want to buy one for everyone!
When you can’t afford the Instant Pot, you can at least go with the cookbook.
Your Type-A friends and anyone who needs to chill will love these natural hot baths, “with revitalizing ingredients like matcha, turmeric, and spearmint” that allow them to “easily be able to moisturize, soothe, and unwind,” said Woman’s Day.
Staying over with family or friends during the holidays? Come bearing this gourmet, artisanal brunch accoutrement. You’ll be the hit of the party!
LifeStraw Personal Water Filter, $11.99
This one is perfect for your favorite adventurer. “When they’re stranded out in the wilderness without anything to drink in a misguided attempt to become Bear Grylls, this handy little stick might literally save their life by turning the dirtiest sludge into drinkable water,” said Esquire.