‘Tis the season to be jolly! Unless you’re full of Glee like me, in which case you are generally jolly all year round.
Know what will make folks ESPECIALLY jolly? Receiving a great holiday gift from YOU!
Do you doubt it? Think about it! There are myriad gift options across Internet Land. I’ll help you get started by sharing the gift guides I’ve scanned! Each guide lists one gift that’s recurring. Read on to learn to what I’m referring!
First off, you’ve gotta check out TreeHugger. Their 2008 Holiday Gift Guide is themed “Give Green to Save Green.” It’s plum full of earth-friendly gifts, with over 100 ideas in cute categories like “Jet Setter”, “Green Geek” and even “Wee-Hugger” for the kiddies. Check out the “For the Foodie” section to find a feature on my very own Make Your Own Candy Kits!
On Goodies for Mom, the Green Holiday Gift Guide includes everything from certified organic catnip for feline friends to the Powermonkey Explorer Solar Charger for techies. The Make Your Own Chewing Gum Kit makes an appearance too!
The Make Your Own Candy Kits are also listed as one of the Top 10 Kids Gifts in Yahoo! Green’s 2008 Green Holiday Gift Guide. Other neat gift ideas they share? The Neuton Electric Lawn Mower, the Bamboo Utensil Set, and a rather robust Rain Barrel!
On the Examiner.com, the Make Your Own Chewing Gum Kit is highlighted in their Holiday Gift Guide 2008. The “Gifts for Little Scientists” section also featured the zOrb by Carson digital microscope and Great Scientist Finger Puppets. Fine company!
And for gifts that do good, check out World of Good by eBay. It’s an online marketplace of sellers and products that are “People Positive and Eco Positive.” They even offer a “goodprint” guide to the positive impact of your purchase! As you may have guessed, my beloved activity kits for kids are available there too! (Remember I am a mascot after all. I’ve gotta stand for something!)
Any gum chums in South Carolina? If so, tune in to “Your Carolina with Jack & Kimberly” on WSPA (CBS Greenville/Spartanburg) this Friday, December 5 between 10 am and 11 am to catch a holiday gift segment featuring an “Under $40 Guide” – including, of course, the Make Your Own Candy Kits! For more info, check out the show website.
In conclusion, it appears that the Make Your Own Candy Kits are pretty much the greatest holiday gift around. So as not to appear too biased (biased? who, me?!), I would also like to remind you that my Mini Glee Variety Pack makes the sweetest stocking stuffer this side of Candy Land! Just in case you are still scratching your head…