Holiday gifts perfect for stocking stuffers or Secret Santa.
1/18Vintage tie, $10 at Una Mae�s
2/18Periodic beer glass, $9 at thinkgeek.com
3/18Retro blackboard, $8 at modcloth.com
4/18Mop slippers, $7.50 at mcphee.comHave a slacker brother? Multitasker mom? Both will dig sliding around the house wearing these hard-working kicks.
5/18Eat�N Tool, $8 at thinkgeek.comFor your outdoorsy boyfriend: Pair this spork/bottle opener/screwdriver/metric wrench with this filter-equipped water bottle.
6/18Bobble water bottle, $10 at containerstore.com
7/18Cocktail shaker, $8 at CB2For that drink lover on your list, make it a double: Combine this sleek shaker with this rubber tray that makes ice straws. Who says the Aviary has to have all the mixology fun?
8/18Ice straws, $8 at thinkgeek.com
9/184-Some bud vase, $10 at CB2Personalize by adding fresh flowers. Or: Skinny candles make a funky candelabra; cool pens and pencils change it to a desk organizer.
10/18Eni Puzzle, $10 at Marbles: the Brain StoreYour fidgety commuter friend will love trying to solve this pocket-size Rubik�s Cube-like brainteaser on the train.
11/18Prismatic socks, $8 at modcloth.com
12/18I Judge You When You Use Bad Grammar, $10 at amazon.comDrive your copy editor cousin crazy by accompanying this gift with a heartfelt, error-riddled note. Its sure to make there day!
13/18Salted Caramel�s Salted Bourbon Caramels, $10 at Provenance
14/18Oceanic Hotel Nice eau de toilette, $10 for 50ml at Merz ApothecaryYour Francophile friend will swoon over this light, crisp scent.
15/18Earrings, $8 at EskellA cheap item at an expensive store, like these sparkly studs from Eskell, can fool giftees into thinking you spent a lot more.
16/18Christopher DiltsBiden can cozy, $10 at store.barackobama.comInclude a sixer of Hamm�s, because you know Joe would keep it real with his namesake cozy.
17/18Brooklyn Hard Candy, $8.50 at ProvenanceThe bottle makes a nice bud vase after the candy�s been gobbled.
18/18Vintage CD sleeves, $10 at containerstore.comYour Luddite dad�s soon-to-be-obsolete DVDs and CDs can play dress-up to look like an even more antiquated medium.