Frédérique Bonmatin's ceramic bowls are glazed in colourful stripes ($26, booth T-29 at the One Of A Kind Show).
Keep junior's toes toasty while he opens his holiday stash in the Gable Nursery's bunny slippers ($40, booth G-52 at the One Of A Kind Show, November 22 to December 2 at the Direct Energy Centre, Exhibition Place, www.oneofakindshow.com).
Mash up two girl-power icons: sip a brewskie in a Bettie Page beer cozy ($6, Doll Factory by Damzels, 1122 Queen East, 416-598-0509) while wearing Paper People Clothing's lime-striped MIA dress ($45, the Rage, 13 Kensington, 416-588-5177).
Give the local art geek Fancy Action Now: The Art Of Team Macho, a showcase of recent work by the quintet of quirky Toronto artists and illustrators ($30, Magic Pony, 694 Queen West, 416-861-1684).
Collect your cannabis cash in this tin coin bank ($12, Propaganda, 686 Yonge, 416-961-0555).
Flipping through The New InterCourses: An Aphrodisiac Cookbook is a recipe for a carnal feast ($40.95, Come as You Are, 701 Queen West, 416-504-7934).
The ROM 's new dino gallery opens December 15, so Dinosauria's stuffed triceratops makes a timely gift for your budding paleontologist ($19.95, Royal Ontario Museum Store, 100 Queen's Park, 416-586-8000).
What's your flavour? Whether it's rose, vanilla, exotic fruits or lavender, Shunga's massage candle promises to satisfy your tastes ($22.98, Lovecraft, 27 Yorkville, 416-923-7331).
Lovelorn robots are embroidered on Hello Sailor's heart-shaped brooch ($15, Freedom Clothing Collective, 939 Bloor West, 416-530-9946).
Hipster pooches earn their off-leash fashion cred sulking on the dog walk in this knit sweater ($40 to $50, Timmie Doggie Outfitters, 867 Queen West, 416-203-6789).
Plug the tub with a baby-blue beluga stopper ($10, MaZone, 63 Jarvis, 416-868-0330).
Campsites go green with Freeplay's rechargeable, windup LED lantern ($35, Mountain Equipment Co-op, 400 King West, 416-340-2667, www.mec.ca).
Dress your little stinker in an iPood soy-fabric baby T ($16.95, Rolo, 24 Bellair, 416-920-0100).
Watch any new Hollywood heist flick and you'll see a brainy teen whip out the Targus Flexible Mobile Keyboard to bypass the security system at the Federal Reserve. You'll look just as slick using it ($29.99, Best Buy, 65 Dundas West, 416-642-8321, and others).