With the holidays right around the corner, I've already started making a shopping list.
Like me, you probably have some hard-to-buy-for loved ones.
This year I'll be checking out a neat website to find the perfect gift for His Royal Pickiness or the Queen Who Already Has Everything.
RedEnvelope.com has unusual and customizable products sure to bring smiles to their faces. The company also ships its items in beautiful red gift boxes. Here are a few items that RedEnvelope carries. One lucky reader will win one of these fun gifts! Visit our Facebook page for details!
For the pet lover in the family:The Personalized Pet Silhouette Throw Pillow is a gift they never would have seen coming. Oftentimes, the precious pooch and kitty get overlooked when selecting and hanging family photos, but now their pictures can be displayed for all to see. This pillow is made from 100-percent cotton with a soft down alternative insert and is emblazoned with the pet's silhouette, name and a personalized message. Starts at $49.95.
For the guy who has everything: The only thing better for a guy kicking back with a cold brew is to have one made with his own hands. Fun and easy-to-use, the Mr. Beer microbrew home-brewing kit has a reusable brew keg and screw-top bottles. Mr. Beer creates up to 2 gallons of beer in just 14 days and includes simple instructions to mix the contents of the brewpack. And with refill kits featuring American and international varieties now available. Starts at $39.95.
For the family chef: The Personalized Cutting Board is made from sustainable solid maple with a built-in juice moat to prevent spills when moving from one area to the next. Customers can choose from four customizable designs to tailor it to their recipient. Starts at $59.95.
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How to win
Want to win one of these fun items from RedEnvelope? Visit our Facebook page at facebook.com/CharlestonSavvyShopper. Tell me which gift you want and why, along with your contact information, and I'll randomly choose a winner. The winner will be announced at 3 p.m. Thursday on Facebook.
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