Courtesy of Birthdate Candle

Starting at less than $13, these affordable gifts are a great find for anyone on your list

Nena Farrell  – November 25, 2019 | Updated December 10, 2019

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National Parks Notebooks

Courtesy of Field Guide

Any avid writer or journaling fan would love an extra Field Notes in their bag, but now you can pick a three-pack that resembles their favorite national park for a personalized spin — and for just $12.95 a set.

National Parks Field Notes, $12.95
   

Hemp Sleep Drops

Courtesy of Plant People

Give someone the gift of a better night’s sleep with Plant People’s fast-acting, full spectrum hemp extract designed for relaxation and tranquility to get the ultimate restorative rest. The organic and vegan tincture also helps to moderate daily stress and can support a health inflammatory response.

Plant People Drops+ Sleep, $79
   

Birthdate Candles

Courtesy of Birthdate Candle

Looking for something that feels personal, while being an easy gift? Birthdate Candles has custom options for every single day of the year, so all you have to know is your giftee’s day of birth. The candle includes details about their astrological sign, ruling planet and number, and a personality description about them based on their birthdate, along with a customized scent for only those born on that day.

Birthdate Candle, $48
   

 

Minimalist Apron

Courtesy of GDS Cloth Goods

This new apron from Oakland-based GDS Cloth Goods (known for their reusable coffee filters) is a beautiful choice for anyone who enjoys being in the kitchen, especially with all those handy pockets.

The Good Apron, $88
   

Essential Well Being Book

Courtesy of Vitruvi

Vitruvi, the Vancouver brand behind the sleek essential oil diffusers, put out a new recipe book this year, with advice on how to use essential oils throughout your life. The guidebook has more than 100 essential oil recipes, making it a great companion for a friend who has a diffuser but no idea what else they can use those essential oils for.

Essential Well Being Book, $24.95
   

National Parks Sweater

Courtesy of Parks Project

Parks Project has a great selection of shirts, hats, and even home decor around the national parks, and their new fleece options are no exception. Snag your favorite park-goer a snuggly fleece with a beautiful homage to their favorite escape.

Zion Watercolor Fleece Sweatshirt, $70
   

 

Upgraded Olive Oil

Heidi Bridge, courtesy of Pineapple Collective

Stumped on what to get your friend who has everything? Get them this crazy-cool olive oil from Pineapple Collaborative, a women-run collective with chapters across the U.S. The olive oil packaging comes in three chic colors, and is perfect for adding a combo of stylish-yet-useful flair to your giftee’s countertops.

The Olive Oil, $28
   

 

Crystal Water Bottle

Courtesy of Glacce

Sure, that person on your gift list has a water bottle, but does their water bottle also include the stone of unconditional love? Give this to your cool friend who can always guess someone’s star sign.

Glacce Rose Quartz Water Bottle, $88
   

Moon Calendar

Courtesy of Margins Imprint

Who doesn’t need a calendar ahead of the new year? Give a fun twist on a 2020 calendar with this beautiful moon edition, hand silk-screened on recycled paper. The spiral design features each day’s moon phase, and even adds in zodiac symbols. Plus, it’s available in a variety of beautiful colors for the funky decorator getting this gift.

Cobalt Moon Calendar, $24