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d*s 2009 gift guides: under $50

by Grace Bonney

today the budget-friendly gift guides continue with a roundup of 40 great gift ideas under $50! yesterday we focused on gifts under $25, and today we’ll up the budget, but just a tiny bit. each of these ideas will set you back $50 or less and will still provide plenty of chances for you to customize the gift or add something homemade to it to make it even more special. i hope you’ll enjoy the roundup and are able to find something for someone on your holiday list this year!

[image above, clockwise from top left: $44, $36 for 4, $36, $12 (fill with a nice bottle for a budget-friendly gift), $30 (call store to order), $26 (can be used at cute desktop bookends), $38, $28, $34, $32, $46 (call store to order), $38, $30, $33, $29, $28, $30 (combine with a nice bottle of sake to complete the gift)]

[image above, clockwise from top left: one of my favorite gift ideas is to pick up a demijohn (like , $39) and turn it into a lamp with this ($29). combine them with a shade as a finished gift, or gift the kit and let your recipient customize the shade. (there’s a cheaper cork lamp kit )]

[image above, clockwise from top left: $38 (they smell SO good), $30+, $46, $35, $32 (stay tuned for her free d*s desktop calendar this friday!), $35, $39]

CLICK HERE for the rest of the 40 product guide after the jump!

[image above, left to right: $32, $42 (fill with a pretty plant to complete the gift!)]

[image above, clockwise from top left: $20 per yard, $23 (learn how to turn that wallpaper into something even more special), $29, $28]

[image above, clockwise from top left: $31+, $39, $44-$48, $48]

[image above, clockwise from top left: $48, $26, $43]

[image above: $39]

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