Christmas Gifts - Holidays & Occasions
If you’re hosting a holiday party for your family, chances are the kids will need more entertaining than sleepy Uncle Joe. Here’s a few ways to keep them entertained, start to finish.Read More..
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|Tips For Giving & Getting17|
Kathy Buchanan’s advice on how to react politely to a disappointing gift
|The Most Useless Gifts15|
Thinking of buying someone coasters for Christmas? Think again!
|Rules For Re-Gifting13|
Tips and advice for unwanted presents from Kathy Buchanan
|What your husband really wants for Christmas8|
Not sure what to give your hubby this holiday season? We’ve all been there (he can only have so many cologne sets and colourful ties!). Here are some creative ways to show him that you care this Christmas.
|Great ideas for Christmas stocking fillers7|
Here’s a little help to get those stocking trinkets the attention they deserve.
|What the grandkids really want for Christmas5|
Kids are always hard to shop for – especially when everything you pick up is “so last Christmas!” Do something special for you grandkids by giving them a present themed with their favorite things!
|Homemade Christmas Cards4|
Send a personal message with a Christmas card made on your computer.
|Grape Gift Ideas3|
You don't need to blow a week's pay to buy a wow wine gift
|Help those most in need over Christmas2|
We understand – your holiday gift list is already a mile wide and a mile long. But one of the best ways to add meaning to your holiday season is to remember those in need.
|What Dad really wants for Christmas 2|
Put down that ho-hum tie and forget about another bottle of cologne. Shopping for Dad has officially become FUN again!
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