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Under $25: The YBH 2019 Gift Guide

A round up of gift items that cost less than $25! A gift guide from Yellow Brick Home

How many gift exchanges are you a part of this year? Whether it’s for the office pool, a White Elephant party or a group of your closest friends, we’ve rounded up items from quirky to practical – and everything you see is under $25!

Gifts Under $25

1| A jar of calming Palo Santo sticks ($20) for warding off bad energy and cleansing the mind after a long day at the office.

2| This 14 oz. Yeti mug ($25) keeps drinks hot or cold for (literally) hours and they’re 100% dishwasher safe – yes, even the lid. No more microwaving your hot drinks!

3| A trio of tea towels ($22) that are sure to keep anyone’s kitchen feeling cool, casual and welcoming.

4| This magnetic cable manager ($20) keeps your desk tidy and the important stuff nearby – you know, like that phone charger that’s always slipping behind the table.

5| A handsome and highly-rated multitool ($11) that’s perfect for their glovebox or backpack.

6| Lucy loves it when we pretend that this wall-mounted bear bottle opener ($6) is biting our fingers. (He’s actually quite friendly, though, and makes everyone smile.)

7| This beautiful glass ornament ($16) for your friend who spends every weekend in Michigan. (You know who you are.)

8| Building a fire is a necessary life skill. This handsome book ($15) will help them hone their skills and look good doing it!

9| A gift set from Burt’s Bees ($23), because your friend won’t stop talking about how dry her lips are (and her hands and her hair and…)

10| A brass snuffer & trimmer set ($25) will keep their favorite candle looking good ’til the end, because they’ll never just buy one for themself.

11| This sturdy Carhartt cooler bag ($25) has storage for all the essentials – you know, like snacks and beer. Great for lunches, the beach or any adventure!

12| The 90’s called, and they said scrunchies are back ($18). Reserved for only your coolest friend that can pull off, like, anything.

13| This Roku Express ($24.00) will help them turn any ol’ TV into a modern streaming machine! They’ll be Netflix & chilling almost instantly.

14| Our friend swears that LCR ($7) is the most fun family party game of all time. We just ordered one for ourselves, because you can never have too many games and too much laughter.

15| This moisturizing moon mask ($22) with rave reviews for all skin types, for this most wonderful (read: dry) time of the year!

See all of our gift guides here, or check out these 2018 guides for more ideas:


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  • Kristi11.22.19 - 12:11 PM

    This is a good and simple list!  My main issue with gift lists is stopping myself from adding them to my own cart…ReplyCancel

  • Mary V11.22.19 - 1:24 PM

    Soapbox: Can I make a plea for everyone to reconsider Palo Santo sticks? The trees are facing extinction in their native forests in countries that don’t have the means to enforce sustainable harvesting practice. ReplyCancel

    • Scott11.22.19 - 1:51 PM

      Thank you for your thoughtful comment! You’ve given us something to read up on for sure.ReplyCancel

    • Rooney11.23.19 - 12:53 AM

      Although there is a species of Palo Santo tree that is endangered, Bulnesia Sarmientoi, the species used for the vast majority of Palo Santo sticks (including the one pictured here), Bursera Graveolens, is not. In fact, the harvest of Palo Santo for retailing purposes, especially since most good Palo Santo comes from wood that has fallen from an adult (4+ year old) tree naturally (I.e. the trees are not cut down for this purpose), has encouraged the protection of these trees as well as given jobs to those who desperately need them. These projects have been recognized by the U.N. and are serving to protect the forests where Bursera Graveolens grow. The easiest way to tell what type of Pale Santo tree your purchase comes from is just to look at it. The endangered tree’s wood is a dark, mahogany-like wood, while the other is a yellowish wood resembling pine. There’s so much misinformation out there on this subject, and the renewed interest in Palo Santo has actually done great things for the people and trees of Ecuador. Here’s a really good breakdown of the pertinent info:
      No worries Kim & Scott! And great gift guide, I love that Carhartt bag and Yeti mug combo!ReplyCancel

      • Kim11.23.19 - 8:53 AM

        This is incredible. Thank you so much for this information! Love you guys for being so thoughtful with your feedback.ReplyCancel

    • Shay11.3.20 - 5:32 PM

      To add I have seen requests from Native people asking for others not to use their sacred practices as their own, as well as taking their resources for this. Just adding more perspectives to the discussion. ReplyCancel

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