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[GIFTED] Malvi Marshmallows

Peeps are all well and good, but if the theme of your Easter basket is artisinal (it should be), you really need to check out Malvi Marshmallows.  Why?  Because rather than just enjoying a marshamallow, you can enjoy a freakin' MARSHMALLOW SANDWICH.  That's right—Malvi takes homemade marshmallows in flavors like Raspberry Hibiscus, Spiked Espresso, Vanilla Salted Caramel, and Mint Chocolate and crams them between shortbread cookies.  

Your Easter basket, Easter brunch, or Easter anything will be eternally grateful.  Malvi's sampler pack goes for just $25 and includes 20 sandwiches in 5 different flavors.  Happy Easter, gluttons.


[GIFTED] Paddle Ball Sets 


Hey, Forrest Gump.  It's Springtime, so you're feeling a little more sprightly lately.  You're actually leaving the office to get a coffee rather than sitting planted in your desk chair for the entire day because you're afraid to go outside and into the cold.  You're feeling like you want to go get a beer with friends after work rather than rush home and read browse Buzzfeed on your phone under a mountain of blankets. In short, you're in a playful mood.

And you know what will make you feel MORE playful?  Actually playing a [low-intensity] physical game with these Paddle Ball Sets ($29, Izola).  They're brightly-colored and fun.  Throw 'em in your suitcase when you're going on a weekend trip and turn a regular old table into a makeshift ping pong table. 


[GIFTED] Dolly Parton Coin Purse

It's hard to be a Southerner living in the North.  Everyone is so abrupt.  Everyone is moving so quickly.  People hear your accent and assume you can't read.  But a lot of things have come out of the South (well, not SLAVERY)—namely, good whiskey and country music (and the ensuing delicious drama created by country musicians). 

And who's a bigger country music character than Dolly Parton?  Everyone knows her because of her big hair, ridiculous sequined outfits, and GIANT BOOBS, but girlfriend is a SURVIVOR.  She has been performing since the 1950's.  She has been married ONCE, happily, for nearly 50 years (bet you didn't see that one coming).  She wrote the song "I Will Always Love You," so you have Dolly to thank for the blockbuster shitfest version from Whitney Houston on The Bodyguard Soundtrack.  Elvis once wanted to buy the rights to that song and she told him NO because he wanted to own the rights.  This proves that Dolly is a true badass as well as a financial wizard, which is why her face is rightfully emblazoned on this Dolly Parton Coin Purse ($26, Bourbon & Boots).  You know she made a KILLING off of that one song.  And others. What a role model.  


[GIFTED] Personalized Paper Dolls

For the person who has everything, here's a gift they're guaranteed NOT to have: custom paper dolls that look like them and their entire family.  Sound awesome?  A little creepy?  Yes and YES.  

Anyone that is a little bookish and weird and appreciates design and tiny paper things (this is basically the definition of twee, if that's a thing anymore) will FLIP out over these personalized paper dolls ($35, Jordan Grace Owens)

How does it work?  You send photos of the people you want to turn into paper dolls (they even do pets, if you want to descend that far into madness), and that's it.  You can even choose the outfit you want the Little Jackie Paper version of yourself to wear.  


[GIFTED] The Many Shoes of Carrie Bradshaw's Closet

In the pre-Girls era of the early 2000's, it's pretty safe to assume that you and your girlfriends sat around a bar and discussed which character you were in Sex and the City.  Even if you didn't watch the show.  Your friends forced you to do this.  "YOU'RE SUCH A MIRANDA!" someone would shout.  It was obnoxious. 

Obnoxiousness aside, though, Sex and the City was one of those TV shows that ended up being a cultural touchstone.  Sales of Cosmopolitans went up.  Legions of idiots moved to New York City thinking they could survive (and thrive!) on a NEWSPAPER COLUMNIST's salary.  Girls who bought shoes at Payless were suddenly pining over Manolo Blahniks.  The character of Carrie Bradshaw became a fashion icon, even though she stumbled into our lives as a grown woman wearing a goddamned tutu.

And so, it's a safe bet that any longtime fan of Sex and the City is going to go crazy over The Many Shoes of Carrie Bradshaw's Closet Poster ($29, Pop Chart Lab), which truly cements Bradshaw as a fashion icon.  The poster details 50 hand-illustrated iconic shoes from Sex and the City, categorized by designer.  Your Bradshaw/shoe-obsessed friend can hang it in her bedroom or her walk-in shoe closet that exists in her imagination.