The only thing more satisfying than buying the perfect gift is buying the perfect gift at a steal of a price. We totally get it, and that’s why we’ve put together a gift guide featuring our top 10 gift picks, each under $30.
Click here to visit the Eve’s Addiction blog and get all the details on these trendy, affordable pieces. Your gift recipients (and your wallet) will thank you!
Post-Thanksgiving holiday shopping season is here!
Don’t get caught in ridiculous lines or mobs with lots of rushed and disgruntled people. Do your holiday shopping online from the comfort of your own couch! This weekend, take 20% off everything sitewide at EvesAddiction.com. Just use code ‘GIFT20’ at checkout! Happy shopping!
If you’re giving monogram jewelry as a gift this year, here’s another great supplemental gift! If you or someone you know has a great deal of personalized or monogrammed jewelry, but no place to store it all, this pretty and affordable gift sounds just right for you! This engraved jewelry box from Beau Coup can be personalized with a name, script monogram or block monogram, and it shines in a beautiful metallic silver.
It’s smart to have a jewelry box dedicated to protecting and maintaining the shine of your sterling silver jewelry. It gives you somewhere to keep your treasured pieces where they won’t get banged around or left exposed to the air to tarnish. A jewelry box is a great gift for someone who owns lots of jewelry, and why not give an extra special gift and include a piece of monogrammed jewelry inside the jewelry box? Now there’s an awesome Christmas gift! Give your loved one a full monogram experience for the holidays.
Looking for a Thanksgiving dessert outside of the traditional pumpkin pie? Try your hand at these “corny” cookies from Spoonful.com.
A simple sugar cookie topped with scale-like layers of Reese’s pieces or M&Ms candy and wrapped in green fruit leather makes a sweet maize lookalike dessert. Maybe these won’t replace your pumpkin pie, but they’d certainly be a nice addition to any Thanksgiving tablescape!
Head over to Spoonful.com for the step-by-step instructions to make this Thanksgiving treat.
There’s a new fashion-forward and budget-friendly player in the monogram game! Just in time for the holidays, we’re excited to share our brand new tortoise shell acrylic monogram necklace! This trendy monogram pendant comes in three sizes (1.25″, 1.5″, and 2″) and is personalized just for you!
Acrylic monograms have a much preppier style than their traditional sterling silver or gold counterparts. They’re a great, fun piece to add to a more casual outfit, and they’re super affordable to give as stylish, personalized gifts!
Tortoise shell pattern is a great neutral that can be worn with any other color, from neon brights to black and whites. It is not ostentatious, but still makes a fun, personalized statement.
Of course, if acrylic is not for you, there are still plenty of precious metal monogram necklaces for you to choose from!
Awesome alert! If you’ve still got a heaping bag of leftover Halloween candy, but you’re starting to think about the impending hosting duties of the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, these awesomely edible candy turkeys are perfect for you!
All you need is a handful of the right treats, some frosting to double as glue, and a few minutes with the instructions to create this fun, edible and practical Thanksgiving table decoration. This project, discovered via OurBestBites.com, comes with easy-to-replicate, step-by-step instructions (including photos!). These Oreo turkey place card holders are the perfect detail for a family style Thanksgiving meal. Just make sure the kids at the table save them for dessert! There’s also some adorable marshmallow cookie Pilgrim hats if you get to the bottom of the page.
What do you plan to use as table settings this Thanksgiving? If we could, we’d use jewelry! But since we’re not totally sure how to make that happen, I guess we’ll try out the Oreo turkeys.
It’s the day after Halloween and your fridge is inundated with bags and bags of Halloween candy you or your kids scored the night before. Sure, it’s great to have extra chocolate around the house to snack on, but you couldn’t eat through that many Kit Kats if you tried!
You don’t have to let all that perfectly good free candy go to waste! Toss a few bags in the freezer and scroll through this list of recipes using leftover Halloween candy curated by Something Swanky.
There’s plenty of recipes for peanut butter fans, and I’m drooling over the Kit Kat cookie bars! Do you have a favorite leftover candy recipe? Share it with us!
Of course, if you’re skipping out on the sugary treats this year, you can go for a shiny treat instead, like these adorable cupcake stud earrings: