Fancy gamers flex their vocabulary or real estate skillz with luxe limited-edition Scrabble and Monopoly sets ($99.99 each, Indigo, 220 Yonge, 416-591-3622, and others).
Only a classic Brooks saddle will do for serious bikers ($90 on sale, Urbane Cyclist, 180 John, 416-979-9733).
Who doesn't love a little bling-bling with her butt plug? This pretty plug is inlaid with a super-sized Swarovskicrystal ($94.95, Lovecraft).
Cooks with a kitschy kitchen will eat up this apple-shaped cast iron pot ($59, Homesense, 195 Yonge, 416-941-9185, and others).
Grab an heirloom-style clutch bag filled with four MAC pro brushes ($62, 363 Queen West, 416-979-2171, and others).
A feathered fedora like this Cassel Goorin chapeau is perfect for hat-headed girls and boys ($65, Gotstyle, 489 King West, 416-260-9696). Plaid scarf ($20, 69 Vintage, 1100 Queen West, 416-516-0669).
Mosey around in the rain in Nomad's cowboy rubber boots ($55, Doll Factory by Damzels, 1122 Queen East, 416-598-0509).
The bird lobby has a stranglehold on the style biz, hence the pair of swallows dangling from Paper Snake's gold earrings ($95, Frock, 97 Roncesvalles, 416-516-1333).
Metallic glaze drips down Areaware's Redstr/Collective cup and saucer ($94, Ministry of the Interior, 80 Ossington, 416-533-6684).
Puff away on MacQueen's cherrywood russet pipe ($57, Earth and Fire, 489 Queen West, #202, 416-203-4138).
Industy's photo-transfer gloves are printed with New York subway scenes and cityscapes ($89, Trove, 793 Bathurst, 416-516-1258).
Modern mantelpieces will appreciate Nancea Whitham?s fun fur-free stocking ($60). Her gift bag is an equally contemporary way to tote your presents ($30, booth V-52 at the One Of A Kind Show).
Fans of Izik Levy?s glass robot pendants can save with his smaller-sized Junior model ($72, booth J-35 at the One Of A Kind Show, www.rockettoro.com).
Schaaf's Kling Klang might not wind up Pop Goes The Weasel, but it's time to start broadening Junior's music tastes anyway ($69, Eye Spy).
The Tyco R/C Terrainiac is a remote-controlled car that all ages can enjoy. It uses a huge plastic sphere in the rear to cruise on any terrain - cement, grass, dirt or water at a speedy 23 kph ($79.97, Toys 'R' Us, Dufferin Mall, 900 Dufferin, 416-532-8697, and others, www.toysrus.ca).
Heavy grocery shoppers who can barely fit a week's produce into their canvas carryall can upgrade to this plaid buggie ($68, Ma Zone).
Local hatters Wildhagen branch out into accessories with their woven Kevlar wallet ($70, Wildhagen, 575 Queen West, 2nd floor, 416-830-8589).
If you must plant poinsettias to mark the season, at least arrange the dusty blooms in Urbana's resin and wood vase ($69.90, Ziggy's at Home, 794 College, 416-535-8728).