Dude, hippy tokers will totally love these locally made hollowed-out gourd bongs, finished with a non-toxic glaze. ($80, $100, Clandestiny, 768 Queen East, 416-732-7761).
Junior will be the pimp of the play yard in See Kai Run's red and brown booties ($59.95, Bubble Face, 926 College, 416-535-8506).
If she's picky about presents, cover your bases with a double bag whammy including Matt & Nat's studded orange "Angie" style ($90, Wash Up and Brush Co., 107 Danforth, 416-484-8592) and Subarna Design's red felt tote ($60, Itsmade 1604 Queen West, 416-844-9193). House of Spy bat-wing sweater ($98) and Kollontai lace print skirt ($89.99, both at Trixie, 2313 Bloor West, 416-762-0084). Sorel plaid boots ($100, Lileo, 55 Mill, Building #35, 416-413-1410).
Climbers cushion their noggins with Petzl's Ecrin Roc Helmet ($84, Mountain Equipment Co-op, 400 King West, 416-340-2667).
Hot boys with a conscience will dig this reconstructed vintage tweed blazer patched and stitched by Courage's Schriver family ($80, Courage My Love, 14 Kensington Ave, 416-979-1992).
Gourmet multi-taskers can keep perfect cooking time with Bengtek Design's triple kitchen clock ($74, Williams-Sonoma, 100 Bloor West, 416-962-9455, and others).
Wrap up cold-weather coziness with Ghetto Couture's reclaimed wool scarf ($60, Itsmade, 1604 Queen, 416-844-9193, www.ghettocouture.ca) and En Gry & Sif's multicolour pom-pom wrap ($52, Token, 888 Queen West, 416-9586). Tin-boxed nativity set ($35, Clandestino, 249 Crawford, 647-436-4761).
This red plastic globe head can work as a fish bowl or storage for dog treats ($65, Timmie Doggie Outfitters, 867 Queen West, 416-203-6789).
Cheap USB keys are now as ubiquitous as sushi restaurants in the Annex. The 256MB Franklin MWD-170 Merriam-Webster USB Dictionary & Thesaurusboosts the bang-for-your-buck quotient by adding some welcome functionality: a dictionary, thesaurus, grammar guide and crossword puzzle solver. $56.54 from www.franklin.com
For that horny environmentalist in your life, look no further than the solar-powered vibrator that can be charged by a desk lamp or natural light ($56, Come as You Are, 701 Queen West, 416-504-7934).
Lions & Tie Girls designer Lori MacDonald cleans out vintage button drawers to do up her chunky bangles $55, Frock, 97 Roncesvalles, 416-516-1333).
Strike gifting gold with a foam bowling set ($84, Eye Spy, 1100 Queen East, 416-461-4061). Argyle appliquéd vest ($95, Model Citizen, 913 Dundas West, 416-553-6632). Apartment green T-shirt ($75, Gotstyle, 489 King West, 416-260-9696).
Katy Chan's zip-up felt pods ($69 for medium-sized ball, MADE, 867 Dundas West, 416-607-6384, www.vestcollective.ca) eat key-table clutter.
Artist Beppe Del Greco's train conductor gnome ($99 on sale, Rolo, 24 Bellair, suite #6, 416-920-0100) is part of Ritzenhoff's My Private Hero series.
Deck the wall with this swan trivet ($80, Paul Petro Multiples + Small Works, 962 Queen West, 416-979-7874).
Geoffrey James's Toronto photo book($85, Type, 883 Queen West, 416-366-8973) features a forward by pop philosopher Mark Kingwell.
Drum Dial's tuner ($80, Long and McQuade, 935 Bloor West, 416-588-7886) makes sure bongos and tam tams perform with perfect pitch.