The 3 main components that I look for in my Christmas gifts are: Affordable, Useful and Unique (A.U.U). There is nothing worse than spending a fortune on useless items that almost everyone else is getting on Christmas as well. Here is my holiday gift guide!

Fred Flare Bottle Opener, $12
For the best friend/sister/aunt/mother in your life, this bottle opener is cute and inexpensive

MoMA Eye Mask, $22
Everyone can get use out of this unique gift. Sleeping will never be as relaxing or photo worthy as with this eye mask

Uncommon Goods Mug and Cookie Holder, $18
Eating cookies has never been easier with this cookie holder/mug. This gift would be great for the couch potato in your life

Any Club Of The Month, varies
This is the gift that keeps giving all year long. You can purchase just about anything from food, drinks, clothing and even plants that suit your gift receiver best

Hexi Portable iPhone Charger, $35
Unique designs and useability make this gift a must-have on my list. I've learned the hard way that I never want to be caught without a phone charger

Spoon Sister's Pizza Pi Cutter, $19
Pizza? Play on words? Need I say more?

Personalization Mall Keepsake Pillows, $30
Personalization at its cutest. These pillows will make a great addition to any kiddo's room Wake Up Call iPhone Dock, $30
This clock doubles as a phone charger and an alarm, plus it has a vintage look that is sure to please

The Original Christmas Classics Blu-ray Collection, $30
I'll admit, this one is not as useful or unique as my other picks, but it is a classic! There is a reason that these movies have not lost their popularity throughout the years. This is a must-have for Christmas time movie watching with your loved ones

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