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There are many ways to show someone you love them without buying a gift – like sending them a note or calling to say hello. But if your partner’s love language is getting gifts, or if you just want to surprise a friend with a little something, there are plenty of personal (and affordable) Valentine’s Day gift ideas on Amazon for under $ 25. . Below, we’ve researched the best inexpensive gifts for a range of valentines – from the tea obsessive to the dog parent, and of course the valentine who would just love a chocolate bar (beautiful and ethically made). With February 14 being this Sunday, most of the items on this list are eligible for Prime and should arrive before Sunday (although at this point you can also print a gift card or get a virtual gift, just to be sure).
This fanny pack has enough room for their phone, wallet, keys, hand sanitizer, and mask.
Six monster-shaped tongs to keep their Doritos, Flamin ‘Hot Cheetos or their chickpea sprouts with white cheddar chilled.
A deck of over 100 cards with different meaningful conversation prompts, such as: “What made you smile today?”“
These seven wooden dice, each of which is adorned with different yoga poses, are a sweet reminder to try and stretch them out and get back into the flow.
A set of magnetic moons and stars that they can arrange in different shapes: a sculpture on their desk and one next to the bed.
From our favorite brand of mushroom night lights comes another pair of mushroom night lights that change color and look more like enokis than porcini mushrooms.
This Creuset honey dipper, in a shade of red suitable for Valentine’s Day, will make their morning cup of honey tea much more charming.
Designer Zac Posen puts Dr. Teal’s “incredibly soothing” Epsom salt in his daily bath to “relax”. This gift set also comes with bubble bath oil to pamper you even more.
Made from strong and durable nylon straps and metal clasps, this Carhartt leash won’t get chewed or pulled by your hands. And, it will match your beanie.
If they place the box near a window with indirect light and mist twice a day, within ten days they will have their first (of several) oyster mushroom crops.
A set of two prints of terracotta pots (unframed) – one showing a palm leaf and the other that looks like a flat-leaved Pilea peperomioides – which would make it possible to pull up all the blank walls.
They’ll be easier to find in this hard, secure case with a loop to connect to their keys (and plenty of room for coins and other stuff).
These ceramic salt and pepper shakers don’t have the same nutritional value as an orange and a lemon, but they’re pretty cute.
Strategist editor Katy Schneider writes that a sleek bath mat can turn even the most “Lilliputian town bathroom” into an almost cozy room, and this one has a cold picnic sort of vibe with it. letters.
From all-natural beauty brand Herbivore, this citrus and floral scent bar is also known to ‘remove impurities’ – with a slightly less dreaded pink clay.
We believe this fish pattern tote will pair well with a shiny and durable tin of Fishwife Tuna.
Latria Graham, nature writer and equipment critic, told us that instead of hiking with a bulky stainless steel container, she preferred to use one of HydraPak’s 1.5-liter collapsible bottles, which “Crash down to the size of an eyeglass case that I can just stuff in my pocket.”
Spending over $ 20 on a pair of socks might seem like overkill until you factor in Darn Tough’s lifetime warranty – and we’ve been told (by the name) merino wool socks are among the pairs. the most durable on the market.
An unlikely combination of their two favorite hobbies. Each orange triangular leaf of “Gouda” says “Sweet dreams are made of cheese”.
They can slip on these cashmere-print vegan slides – the stylish stars of quarantine shoes.
Bushwick Kitchen’s take on the classic red rooster sauce, with a little extra spicy umami from gochujang, a Korean fermented chili paste.
Some sophisticated finishing salts recommended by experts that are sure to impress the seasoning discerning person.
Instead of getting your Valentine’s Day gummy worms, treat them to these sour-made Swedish-made skulls, which can apparently be found anywhere in Stockholm.
A Diptych is always cool, but this one is a lot more fun: it starts out in white and then drips down in a rainbow of colors.
You can’t go wrong with tasteful, lightly woody Japanese incense sticks.
A pack of six removable bottom tartlets for baking perfectly formed quiches and cheesecakes (they will only have to bake blind to avoid a soggy bottom!).
A duplicate: Frank Lloyd Wright’s aerial shot of Fallingwater on one side and the house’s iconic exterior on the other.
An insulated mug recommended by two coffee experts, including Caleb Chauncey, barista at East Pole Coffee Co. in Atlanta, who says it keeps drinks hot or cold for long periods of time (without sweating or burning his hands) .
A classic collection of essays chronicling life in Old New York City (we recommend pairing it with McSorley’s takeout pints).
Caroline Goldfarb discovered that this “vaguely threatening” gallon of water bottle helps her drink 128 ounces of water a day.
We hate to side with Jack Berger on this one, but scrunchies are an almost ubiquitous New York hair accessory, and this jacquard tie is less likely to damage hair than a rubber band (even after wearing day-to-day).
According to André Aciman, it is “the Volkswagen of pens, with a Jaguar engine”.
A stylish set of expert recommended note cards – pair it with the fountain pen and you’ve got a nice gift.
In the form of a squared and guided notebook that Molly Young calls the “good wine” of notebooks.
The graphic packaging alone makes these milk chocolate bars worth buying, but they’re also delicious (and their manufacturing practice supports slavery-free chocolate production).
The classic Casio watch doubles as a mobile calculator for a cool look.
This Umbra organizer seems a lot more expensive than it actually is and could help control the clutter of odds and ends that are building up.
As former strategist writer David Notis noted: “Made in Germany. Pearwood handle. Soft boar bristles. What more could you want? “
You both can enjoy a heart-shaped ice cream scoop.
Even before the pandemic, it was advisable to wash your fruits and vegetables before consuming them. You might as well do it with a brush from Bürstenhaus Redecker, a company specializing in the craft brush sector for over 75 years.
This trio tea timer has color coded sand timers to indicate how long to brew white, green and black tea.
A dew classic for a reason, this trio of lavender, cucumber and rose scented face sprays is hydrating and nothing less than “reset”.
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