Poppytalk shares ideas for thoughtful, inspiring, budget-friendly gifts.
I hoped that someday we’d laugh again at 3D dancing babies and flash cartoons on Ebaum’s World. That day never came.
William had been dead for 600 years, but Marina tiptoed along the void of existence and mortality anyway. She was pretty comfortable with skeletons.
Everyone deserves a little cherishing, so wear your heart on your sleeve (or shoe or handbag or crocheted bunting) and share the love.
Maybe it’s too easy to have such a flexible word that encompasses so much. Is there anything that can’t be a metaphor for love?
Girlfriends, boyfriends or just plain good friends, Kate Miss has got you covered with Valentine’s gift ideas.
Goth, twee or retro, there’s someone for everyone.
Ever ahead of the curve, SuChin Pak finds Valentine’s Day gifts that will woo not just your honey or your BFF, but even your mother.
Cate Fitt once came home to paper hearts strewn about the house. She left them on the floor for years, only picking them up to sweep.
Are you filled with the holiday spirit, but short on time? Create heartfelt gifts in a hurry with this collection of tutorials.
What do you give the person who knows you best? Irene Hoofs of Bloesem brainstorms a gift guide for her big sis and yours.
A little luck leads to a worthy gift list of luxe.
Honey Kennedy has the purrrrfect gift for your cat-obsessed friend.
What do you get the aunt with a novelty-cow-collecting problem? Something unexpected, that’s what.
Overwhelmed by gift giving? Today Joanna Goddard of Cup of Jo homes in on the just-so gifts for the season.
Gifts for the hopelessly angry, for the malcontent, for hearts with bills to pay.
Turntable Kitchen knows that pairing your mahi mahi with the right psychedelic funk is just as important as that bottle of chilled riesling.
Let your child’s imagination take flight with gifts for little chefs, crafters and superheroes.
A gift guide of geometric candlesticks and feather wreaths will delight not just your friends and family, but their needy abodes as well.
Erin of Design for Mankind picks out some of her favorite treats and trinkets for everyone on your list.
Shopping thoughtfully for friends and family means more bang for your buck.