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Uncommon New Designs: Pick a Place

Uncommon New Designs: Pick a Place

Maybe it's the recent popularity of the History Channel's How the States Got Their Shapes, or maybe it's the thrill that goes along with your city being featured on any sort of top cities list, but goods depicting geographical locations are definitely in style...
Tip: Use Socks to Disguise Your Christmas Gifts

Tip: Use Socks to Disguise Your Christmas Gifts

When I was a kid, my brothers and I would love to try to guess what our folks got us for Christmas. With so many mysterious treasures under the tree, taunting us, we couldn't help but lift, shake, and squeeze them in hopes of guessing their contents. Okay, the truth is, we still do it...
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...
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...
How to Make a Gift Bag

How to Make a Gift Bag

I tend to procrastinate when it comes to gift wrapping. I purchase the gifts I want to give and stuff them under the bed or on a shelf in the closet until right before Christmas. Then, while I'm fantasizing about radiantly glazed holiday hams and sweetly spiced rivers of eggnog, I'm also faced with making a pile of presents bright and giftable. Those odd shaped, extra-uncommon gifts pose a particular challenge. I suppose I could skip the fancy wrap and just stick bows on things that don't pack up pretty. Or, I could put any asymmetrical or otherwise un-rectangular products in big boxes stuffed with lots of tissue paper, then wrap them. I go with option three--a fancy gift bag...