25 Gifts $50 and Under

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I’m almost at the end of my price-based gift guides, rounding out this week’s selections with beautiful, high-quality gifts that are $50 and under. In my family, we do a “Secret Santa” process, so we rotate who gets who a gift every year. Our price limit is always $50 and we all work very hard to find the best and most meaningful pieces we can in that range. I kept a wide range of recipients in mind, from hosts and hostesses to business owners, cooks and gardeners. Hopefully one of these pieces will help someone on your list start a new tradition at home or work. xo, grace

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  1. Lindsey says:

    So pretty! I want all of these things! lol. Love the striped glasses!

  2. Sarah says:

    Love the compilation! I recently featured those gold striped glasses on my gift guide as well.

  3. Who will make those cross mittens into dog sweaters for me??

  4. Tara says:

    This is a great collection. I don’t think there’s one item pictured that I wouldn’t love to have personally. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Erica says:

    Nice! I love looking at gift guides!

  6. The crystal necklace and the copper shaker are really awesome. I agree with Deb, that mittens pattern needs to be a dog sweater.

  7. Love the Plus Mittens! Always on the look out for cute gloves, especially for riding and these are sweet!


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