If you’ve got a watch lover in mind, try something from the list compiled by the folks at Watchismo, which lists watches from less than $100 to almost $100,000.

Oh, and if you decide to buy the watch from the $100,000 category (pictured to the right), please, please let me know.  Or if it’s a gift for me, just let me be surprised on Christmas morning!

The Complete Calvin and Hobbes (Calvin & Hobbes)

If you’re shopping for a comic strip fan, why not check out the complete collections of “Calvin and Hobbes” and “The Far Side.”  Available from Amazon for just $94.50 each, these compendiums chronicle every single strip published in the series.

For the Star Trek fan, there’s the complete set of Star Trek movies, available from Amazon for just $72.99.

I love to cook, which might explain why I have a KitchenAid mixer that I use A LOT.  For KitchenAid Artisan 5-qt. Stand Mixersomeone who has the same mixer, try buying attachments (like the ice cream maker, food grinder or citrus juicer) or getting a matching 3-cup food processor (that’s a small one, but perfect for everyday use) for just $39.99.

 Of course, if your loved one doesn’t have a KitchenAid mixer yet, why not drop $300 on a truly impressive gift?  (Mine’s white, but I CRAVE the red one that Target carries!)

And I’ve had some people tell me that they can’t pick fabrics for a quilter (as suggested in the post, Tim’s Gift Ideas) so here a few links:

 The folks at Quiltscapes sell complimentary sets of fat quarters (a fat quarter is a 1/4 yard of fabric).

The Heart of Dixie Quilt Shop has a wide selection of fabric packs, starting as low at $7.50 for five different fabrics.

The Fat Quarter Shop offers the Monthly Layer Cake Quilt Club that ships 40 squares (10″ each) of premium fabric every month.  The cost to join is $10, with a monthly charge of $31.50 for the fabric and shipping.