I'm venturing into Manhattan today to go shopping for my husband and toddler. I'm not looking forward to this, but the month has caught up on me and it's crunch-time before the holidays. The toddler will be pretty easy to shop for, but my husband has a taste all his own. If you in the same boat as me there are a lot of ways to score some last-minute deals as well as options to get creative at home. Here are a few of my favorite gift ideas for those of us that wait until the bitter end.
1. Living with Coupons has a great collection of last-minute gift ideas from Amazon gift cards to magazine subscriptions. Easy and they can all be done online!
2. Queenbee Couponalso suggests gift cards but I also like her idea to make a homemade coupon for a service '?? babysitting, cleaning, yard work, errands, etc.
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4. If getting to a store is not an option, you can make the simple Cookie Making Kit from Destination Craft. Featuring Better Crocker cookie mix, guest writer, Kellee, then covered the mix in a cute red damask plastic bag from Michaels and then wrote out the baking instructions on a tag! Easy, delicious and super cheap that would work for a hostess, teacher or friend.
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