Gift Guide: Under $50 [rssbreak] .
Beadle’s rubber-coated-acrylic bead bracelets have a pearlized finish ($12, 1582A Dundas West, 416-850-7390, beadlestore.com).
Imagiplay’s animal puzzle is made with eco-friendly rubberwood ($20, Red Pegasus, 628 College, 416-536-3872, redpegasus.ca).
Our T-shirt pick is Crywolf’s panda-print style ($30, Drysdale & Co., 107 Danforth, 416-484-8592, drysdaleandco.com).
Crafters can stick their pins into Brenda of the Beaches’ tea cup pincushion ($22, Nathalie-Roze & Co., 1015 Queen East, 416-792-1699, nathalie-roze.com).
Reclaimed winter sweaters get recycled into Preloved’s cozy mitts ($22, 881 Queen West, 416-504-8704, preloved.ca).
Keep your shots straight with ASA’s colourful espresso cup set ($45, Ma Zone, 63 Jarvis, 416-868-0330, ma-zone.com).
Junior can grow his indoor garden using this Green Toys kit ($34.99, Grassroots, 372 Danforth, 416-466-2841, and other, grassrootsstore.com)
Limit your seasonal hot chocolate intake sipping from this set’s teensy espresso cup ($16.90, Ziggy’s At Home, 794 College, 416-535-8728, ziggysathome.com).
Catch up with the damned dollies who populate Abby Denson’s alt-comic world in her Dolltopia book ($15.95, the Beguiling, 601 Markham, 416-533-9168, beguiling.com).
Stash rare leftover holiday pennies in this peacock coin purse ($16, Frock, 97 Roncesvalles, 416-516-1333, frock.ca).
Puppy can keep hydrated while holiday party-hopping with Smaltum’s enamel dog bowl ($34.40, the Zero Point, 1590 Queen East, 416-602-6586, thezeropoint.ca).
Photos by DAVID HAWE
Fashion assistant: STEFANIA YARHI