The Gift of Creativity: For People Who Love to DIY, Craft & Make Things

Holiday Gift Guide from Apartment Therapy

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If you know someone who comes alive in a hobby or craft store, then pay close attention to this gift guide. I can think of at least one person (ahem - me!) who'd love to get their hands on a Silhouette Cameo, for example. Although $299 is at the upper end of the scale for some folks, there are lots of other fun, colorful and creative things that make for perfect presents or stocking stuffers.

  1. Washi Tape Dispenser from Etsy; $14.75
  2. Chalk Ink Markers from Etsy; $27.99
  3. Cutting Mat from Amazon; $27.90
  4. Bakers Twine from Red Carousel; $1.20
  5. Bottle Cutter from Kinkajou; $49.99
  6. Wooden Rulers from Hay; $8.90
  7. Cricket Loom from Purl Soho; $149
  8. Cameo Electronic Cutter from Silhouette; $299.99
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This year, Apartment Therapy and The Kitchn aren't just sharing great ideas in our gift guides, we're giving away $1,000 to help one lucky reader purchase presents for their friends and family! Through Friday, November 13th, we'll publish new gift guides each day on both sites while collecting entries in the sweepstakes. (See Official Rules for details. One entry per reader, please.) Enter below for a chance to receive a bit of extra help from us this holiday season — we want it to be your best and brightest yet!

And we're not done. Starting on Monday, December 16, the Apartment Therapy and Kitchn editors have lined up ten absolutely unbelievable items (really, you won't believe how great they are!) for our big, blowout week-long Holiday Giveaway 2013. To be notified on when and how to enter to win these super-special gifts, sign up for our giveaway email today, and you won't miss a single one.

Happy Holidays!

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When Dabney's not writing around here, she's digging through other people's attics for fun and interesting stuff, or running around with her bloodhound Friday. Originally from the East Coast, she's still shocked to find herself living in Missouri.