25 Gifts Under $25

by Amy Azzarito

I am the kind of girl who loves a challenge. There’s not a boot camp that I haven’t tried – I even done P90x three times. Love a challenge!  So the budget guides are always my favorites. I scoured all my favorite sites for the best  gifts under $25.  Most of these gifts can stand on their own – how awesome is that bike bell – but I also love the idea of pairing some of these gifts with something a little extra. So you could pair the bowls (above) with a box of someone’s favorite cereal or better yet, make some granola. The bottle stoppers (below) would be a great addition to a bottle of wine (or give ). Gift a mug with a favorite coffee or tea. Those little extra touches can make even budget gifts feel special.  –Amy

Image above: 1. $8 | 2. $12.50 | 3.  $4 | 4. $24 | 5.  $20 | 6.  $10.27 | 7. $8 | 8.   $24 | 9. $22 | 10. $22

Image above: 1. $9 – 12 | 2. $9 | 3. $14 | 4. $19.95 | 5. $10 | 6. $15 | 7. $24  | 8. $15

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