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By Christine Davis
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November 11, 2015 - 0 comments

Blurb photo books

A custom photo book makes personal gift giving easy. Share your memories in a high-quality photo book that can be shipped directly to the recipient. Available at Various prices


Family Tree DNA

Give the gift of history with the world’s largest DNA database that analyzes an individual’s complete DNA to trace the geographic origins of that person’s forefathers, even looking for Neanderthal ancestry. Kit requires the person’s saliva. Available at From $99 US


Dyson V6 Animal

Offering better performance than most full-size corded vacuums the Dyson V6 Animal has one of the highest geometric average pickup performances, dust loaded, when different floor surfaces are combined. Available at Best Buy. $549.99


Rock-Ola Jukeboxes

These next generation home music management systems allow you to load, organize, and play up to 13,000 CDs on 1 TB of storage with a touch of your finger on a 19-inch touchscreen display, housed in a nostalgic Rock-Ola jukebox. Available at Various prices


Eneloop Batteries

Everyone always needs batteries and these long-lasting rechargeable batteries from Panasonic are ready to use right out of the package. They work in extreme temperatures and can be recharged up to 2,100 times. Available at major retailers. 8-pack $37.88


Smart Sink Tray

This convenient, portable and lightweight foldout tray fits over most pedestal and traditional sinks for instant added counter space. It makes a great gift for anyone who has downsized and is finding a smaller bathroom difficult to work in. Available at $24.99 US


Electrohome Archer Record Suitcase

Featuring built-in speakers, USB port for MP3s, headphone jack and AUX input for smartphones, this classic turntable offers ultimate audio technology with a great nostalgia factor in a portable suitcase. Available at $108


Catalyst Waterproof Apple Watch case

The first waterproof Apple Watch case is designed to exceed standards for waterproof protection and is a coveted piece of gear for both adventurists and every day users. Available at $59.99 US


Host/Hostess Gifts


Abbott Coffee Stencils

Fancy coffee art isn’t just for baristas. Place the aluminum stencil on top of latte or cappuccino foam and sprinkle with cocoa power or cinnamon to create your work of art. Also works on baked goods. Available at shopAGO. Set of 2 $11


Cookina Reusable Baking Sheet and Oven Protector

Home cooks and bakers will appreciate these non-stick PTFE coated sheets. Baked food slides right off the baking sheets while the oven protector catches overflow and spills before they get baked onto the oven. Available at leading retailers. Single sheets $9.99; Limited Edition trio (two baking sheets and one guard) $24.99

Gardeners Hand Therapy Ornament Tin
This striking tin contains two Hand Therapy creams in a Crabtree & Evelyn favourite fragrance, Gardeners. The lid has a ribbon for hanging on the tree. Available at Crabtree & Evelyn. Available at $12


Windsor Forest Home Fragrance Spray

Back by popular demand, a home fragrance blend inspired by the evergreens at Royal Windsor Great Park in the UK. Available at Crabtree & Evelyn. $16


Green & Black’s Organic chocolate

Mint is the newest flavour of this upscale chocolate brand. An ideal ratio of cool peppermint and 60 per cent cocoa dark chocolate make a great gift and addition to holiday baking recipes. Available at major retailers. $3.99


Reese Clusters

Each individually wrapped Reese Cluster provides the perfect combination of creamy peanut butter, caramel, peanuts and pecans wrapped in milk chocolate. Delicious. Available at major grocery and mass retailers. $9.99


Silver Owl Studio ornament

This Faberge-inspired glass ornament from Silver Owl Studio makes a beautiful addition to any Christmas tree. Available at $33


Whiskey Wedge

Designed to melt much slower than traditional ice cubes, Whiskey Wedge helps retain your drink’s full flavour. Available at shopAGO. $24



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