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[GIFTED] WoodSnap 

Anyone can get a photo printed and put it in a frame, but if you want to be UNIQUE, check out WoodSnap (Starting at $40), a company that prints your photos directly on wood.  

Why would you want this? Well, wood is beautiful, all-natural, and unique.  Printing on it creates a matte finish and adds depth to the photo by allowing the wood's natural grain to shine through.  Basically, it's a gift any hippie would love.  Get on it. 


[GIFTED] Fantastical Fictive Beers Poster 

Real beer is great, but there's always a certain charm to the names of fake beers drank by our favorite characters in movies, on TV, and in books. Homer Simpson's beloved Duff, the Butter Beer in Harry Potter, Romulan Ale from Star Trek, and even Hank Schrader's home-brewed Schraderbrau from Breaking Bad are all showcased here, in this Fantastical Fictive Beers Poster ($29, Pop Chart Lab).  It'll look fantastic (see what I did there?) in any beer geek or pop culture nerd's apartment. 


[GIFTED] My Outdoor Alphabet Prints

You've got an outdoorsy friend.  He's fit and healthy.  While your idea of fun on a Saturday is daydrinking at a beer garden and eating too many giant soft pretzels, is idea of fun is a strenous five mile hike.  He's always jetting off to Colorado to go skiing or planning crazy trips to Europe to climb mountains that you've only heard of on survival TV shows.  You visit his apartment and his "gear" is all over the place.  He has gear.  You have suitcases.  It's obnoxious, but to each his own, right?  Yeah, we'll go with that.

Your outdoorsy friend will flip out over these My Outdoor Alphabet Prints—our favorites are The Skier's Alphabet ($30) and The Backpacker's Alphabet ($30)—that detail out all of the aspects of a life spent outdoors. 


[GIFTED] Keep it Real Print

There's always someone in your life who prides themselves on "dropping truth bombs" and "keeping it real."  They're the ones that are always causing drama or starting fights and then hiding behind the fact that they're "just being honest" (like Taylor Swift says, "So casually cruel in the name of being honest").  Typically this is a trait of young people, who want to run their mouth or let every single opinion they have be known because everything is EXTREMELY IMPORTANT to them.  

But then they get older and realize that nothing is really THAT important anymore, and honestly, they're much too tired to have the same fight with their mother/cousin/sister/father-in-law over and over again times infinity.  

But for the person in your life who HASN'T been worn down by life enough to just not say anything anymore because "it's not worth the effort"—get them this Keep it Real Print ($15, Ban.Do).  They'll love to hang it in their home to remind everyone about their personal mantra until they turn 30 and take it down, embarrassed that they ever hung it up to begin with.


[GIFTED] Keep the Change, Ya Filthy Animal Print

Everyone has their favorite Christmas movie—the one they come back to year after year, whether they watch it around a roaring fire with the whole family or on an iPad on the plane ride home.  A constant crowd-pleaser, of course, is Home Alone, where a young Macaulay Culkin freaks out from all of the holiday stress and wishes for his family to disappear for Christmas (a well-known Christmas wish that is almost never delivered, even to the most stressed out adult children of stressed out parents).  

Clearly, this Keep the Change, Ya Filthy Animal Print ($20, A Beautiful Mess) is the perfect gift for any Home Alone enthusiast who is looking to deck their house out for the holidays.  Just remind her that her house isn't going to look like the McAllister's house.  Nobody's house is going to look like the McAllister's house.  We'll never be rich enough, unless we start robbing houses, Wet Bandit-style.  Wait, not Wet Bandit-style, because they got caught.  SPOILER ALERT, MERRY CHRISTMAS.