Gift Guides

How To Tie a Gift Bow

How To Tie a Gift Bow

You've finished your holiday shopping; now it's time to wrap up all the gifts. But don't worry! Here are a few tips to turn a basic gift box and ribbon into a present fit to be placed under any tree...
No Time To Wrap? We Offer Gift Boxing!

No Time To Wrap? We Offer Gift Boxing!

We know it can be hard enough to find time to shop, let alone get all of those gifts wrapped. But don't worry! Our talented gift boxing team can get your order gift-ready and include your personalized gift message. You can add gift boxes during the checkout process online, or ask a representative to box your items when ordering by phone (1.888.365.0056) for an additional $4.95 per box...
Uncommon Gifts for the Whole Office

Uncommon Gifts for the Whole Office

You work so hard all year and just when it's almost time to check out for a much anticipated holiday vacation, you are tasked with the toughest job in 2011-- finding a gift perfect for the entire team. Let's face it. Some of the previous company gifts have been epic fails- the embarrassing umbrella with the company logo, the creepily life-like wooden duck sculpture, the tin of unidentifiable cookies.
How to Ask for Cash (or Gift Certificates) for Christmas

How to Ask for Cash (or Gift Certificates) for Christmas

We've all been there. December 26: The carpet beneath the unlit tree is bare (except for those fallen, dried-out pine needles), the last of the holiday feast is confined to tinfoil in the fridge, and you're stuck with an over-sized sweater, tube socks, and a pre-packaged Christmas cookie gift box wondering if you should have just asked for cash. If you're saving up for something special, have a store you'd love to shop from, or just know that your friends and family don't really get your taste, the answer is yes. It's okay to ask for cash, or gift certificates, as long as you do it with class and follow a few etiquette guidelines...
Gift Lab: Jingle All the Way

Gift Lab: Jingle All the Way

Kayla: I was so excited when Kim told me that we would playing the recorder for Gift Lab. In the fourth grade I had a recorder and even though I have no recent practice at all, I thought it would be a fun experience to live out childhood memories from a long time ago. Kim: This could potentially be an epic failure, because I have no recollection of how to do this. I do, however, think it will be hilarious.