Visit the Sears website for a quick guide on their affordable monogramming services that can take your everyday gift to new customizable heights.
Monogram week continues with You Name It Baby! Canada’s premiere eTailer for all things baby, toddler, and kids – the majority of which can be super customized for the sweetest tots you know.
Help your friends and family kick back and relax with the Vynebar, a stylish and sleek solution to wine storage that makes vino into a work of art.
Watch the time while at work or home with the power of…water? It sounds crazy but it’s true. Presenting two water-powered solutions to your giftee’s time management troubles.
David’s Tea is a Canadian-owned tea revolution, and you can get in on the action with one of their delicious-sounding tea gift sets, perfect for the tea newbie or seasoned expert in your life.
The Flip line of video cameras gives proof to the saying that you can’t spell function without fun. With a flexible range of options, simple usage, and an affordable price point, Flip makes a great gift for the aspiring Best Director among your friends and family.
Make sweet music for your dearest with this groovy USB that comes in classic mix tape packaging – complete with space to write out your carefully crafted playlist.
Christian Lacroix, beloved but bankrupt French designer, has come out with a line of beautiful paper products that any fashionista would die to get their hands on.
Kitchenware goes chi chi chic with Joseph Joseph’s extensive line of eye-popping kitchen gadgets, including the super stylish and functional ‘Index’ cutting board system.
Remember the magic of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games by gifting someone with one of CTV’s special box sets covering all elements of the game – including our golden hockey moments.
The newest gadgets from Xbox and PlayStation promise to be THE hot toys for the seemingly distant holiday season. Preorder today to ensure you have the perfect presents come Christmas!
Baby books are a brilliant sentimental add-on for any baby shower gift, and Eric Carle’s kitschy Hungry Caterpillar version is sure to stand out from the crowd.