Gift Ideas 2007: Crafters, Planners and for people with the smallest budget of all time

November 19, 2007


This is part one of a four part gift guide for the holidays. This guide is for people like me: you don’t have the largest budget and some times you’re stumped as to what gifts you can get for some people on your list. Personally, this year I’m not buying much of anything because I’m going to be making a huge move and need every penny I have (or will have). So, that’s my disclaimer.

So, for round one I’m giving you gift ideas for the crafters and planners on your holiday gift list. Plus, I’m giving out some ideas for you folks with the smallest budget of all time.

Gifts for the CRAFTERS on your list

Kirin and Co.

Kirin & Co. Crafty Bits – A3 Print $45.00


Elsita Maria Rosa $32.00

Textile arts

Textile Arts Mokki fabric print $38.00

Gifts for the PLANNERS on your list
For people who like to plan and be organized

Kate Spade

Kate Spade Pocket Spiral Desk Calendar $16


Moo prints on graphic mini cards $19.99, greeting cards $19.99, note cards $24.99 and more

Paul Arden

It’s Not How Good You Are, It’s How Good You Want to Be: The World’s Best Selling Book $7.95

Gift guide for people who are buying on a budget
Here are some ideas for those on a shoestring budget. If you can’t buy it, DIY it!

DIY Cross stitch Nintendo patterns

Free open source Nintendo cross stitch patterns FREE!

DIY Place mats

DIY Place mat tutorial FREE!

DIY Pot holders

DIY dishtowel potholders FREE!

As Timm Gunn would say, “Make it work.”

Tomorrow, gift ideas part two of four: Boyfriends, brothers and sisters.

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