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Last-minute Christmas gift guide
By April Hardwick
December 18, 2013 | 6:53am
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This cocoa mix from Dylan's Candy Bar offers various flavors.
FOR THE KITCHEN
ugg Cocoa mix: Grab a mug and get ready to stir it up with a nice frothy cup of hot cocoa from Dylan’s Candy Bar, in flavors like salted caramel, hazelnut and sugar cookie. Yum! $12 at dylanscandybar.com
uggs outlet Shot glasses: Who doesn’t love a little drinking humor, especially on barware? This Anne Taintor set features statements like “Why am I sober?” — something you might be wondering yourself after all that last-minute shopping. Pairs nicely with a bottle of whiskey. $22 for a set of four at E.A.T. Gifts, 1062 Madison Ave.; 212-861-2544, annetaintor.com
discount uggs Gold-glazed spreaders: Spread the joy of gift giving with this elegantly handmade set from the Dauville collection. Each porcelain handle is dipped in metallic glaze for a dazzling finish. $22 for a set of three at Canvas Home Store, 123 W. 17th St.; 212-372-7706, canvashomestore.com
uggs for cheap French press: Get the perfect brew for those early morning wake-up calls. Le Creuset’s stoneware French press is a timeless classic and is extra festive in cherry red. Dishwasher-safe. $60 at Le Creuset, lecreuset.com
cheap ugg Christmas tree cheese board and spreader: While the snow may be falling outside, your holiday party will be warm and merry inside, surrounded by great food, friends and all the best accessories, like this cheeseboard from C Wonder. It’s made of rubber wood and comes with a matching spreader. $38 at C. Wonder, 72 Spring St.; 212-219-3500, cwonder.com
Water-resistant speakers allow you to listen to music in the bathroom.
FOR THE BATHROOM
uggs for cheap Water-resistant speakers: Singing in the shower takes on new meaning with this sleek Bluetooth speaker system, compatible with all iPhones, iPads, iPod Touches and Androids. It allows you to connect to as many as five devices at once, so everyone in the family gets stage time with their own playlist. $100 at sharperimage.com
Bathroom guest book: You may find out more than you ever wanted to know about your friends and relatives when they discover the bathroom guest book! This decorative journal has more than 112 pages for doodling and recording all those wonderful holiday memories (’cause what else are you going to do with all that free time?). $15 at uncommongoods.com
Soap on a rope: Feeling rough after hitting the holiday party circuit? The aftermath is never pretty, so hit the shower and rejuvenate with Ricky’s Drunk Brunch soap on a rope. $10 at rickysnyc.com
Candle-and-planner gift set: Jump-start the New Year with the Dream & Do gift package. The Om Aroma soy candle in lavender will keep you relaxed and thinking clearly before you take on 2014 in the Daily Action Planner (available in six colors). $39 at Savor Spa, 327 W. 11th St.; 212-304-2887, savorspa.com
Cleansing brush: We’ve been told that every lady (and gent) should experience the Mia First Clarisonic cleansing brush, so if you haven’t already, now is your chance. This new limited-edition version is affordably priced, simple to use, and only available through the holidays. $99 at clarisonic.com
UGG Dakota slippers offer comfort during your time at home.
FOR THE BEDROOM
Dakota slipper: If you love your street Uggs, why not get a pair for home? Slip into these mini foot cushions and prepare to take flight. Leather upper with shearling lining and rubber sole. $100, UGG Australia at nordstrom.com
Mosaic triangle jewelry box: Does that bedazzling necklace or watch you just bought need an extra special gift box? This mini treasure chest has multiple uses and is great for everyone on your gift list. $49 at westelm.com
Hold-cold massager: Most of us need a little TLC, especially after several weeks of shopping and party-hopping. This temperature-therapy massager soothes sore muscles and eases tension. It comes with four interchangeable attachments. $70 at walgreens.com
Chandelier pet bed: Sweet dreams, little pampered pooch; this super swanky bed is better than any treats. The cotton cover is allergy-free and filled with eco-friendly PlanetFill made from 100 percent post-consumer certified-safe recycled plastic bottles. $90.25 for the small size bed at opensky.com
Pleated candleholder: A perfect accessory for any boudoir. We love their origami-like shape and playful colors. $12 each at boconcept.com
Campfire sleeping bags provide children with an outdoors experience, even in their own rooms.
FOR THE KIDS’ ROOM
Apple bank: Money may not grow on trees, but luckily, apples do! This little apple from Kate Spade will not only look great on a dresser but will help teach even your tiniest tot the value of saving their lucky pennies. $40 at giggle.com
Bunny alarm clock: Ring in the New Year with these Emily + Meritt larger-than-life bunny ears as part of a new collaboration between Pottery Barn Teen and celebrity stylists and fashion designers Emily Current and Meritt Elliott. They function as both décor and timepiece, guaranteed to help your teen get back to school in a timely manner. Available in white, sky blue and black. (AA batteries not included). $59 at pbteen.com
Lottie doll: What could be a better role model than a science-loving little Robot Girl doll? She doesn’t wear makeup, high heels or fancy dresses, but she has a lot of heart and soul. The Lottie series is winner of numerous international awards. $20, Arklu at amazon.com
iPad animating art center: Your mini Picasso will fall in love with this all-in-one art center. It includes a stylus for drawing freehand, decorative stamps and downloadable clip art using a free app. Kids can draw on photos stored on the iPad or choose from several themed backgrounds. Compatible with every iPad model. Suitable for ages 3 and up. $40 at Hammacher Schlemmer, 147 E. 57th St.; 800-421-9002, hammacher.com
Spongebob Squarepants headphones: School is out, let your tweens kick back and rock out their top ten with a headset that features our favorite yellow captain. The set includes an adjustable headband, padded ear cushions and in-line volume control. $30, ihome at ekids.com
Juggling balls: Another great stocking stuffer for the child in all of us who wants to practice circus tricks. Each EeBoo ball features embroidered motifs on non-slip velvet and is filled with non-toxic plastic pellets, in case Fido mistakes it for a meal. $19 for a set of three at geniusbabies.com
Singing doll: From the much-talked-about new Disney film “Frozen” comes this enchanting singing Anna doll. She lights up when you activate her motion-detection and sings the hit “For the First Time.” $40 at Disney, 1540 Broadway; 212-626-2910, disneystore.com
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