Your Guide to Gifts Under $100 Available through Craft + Design Online
A great, handmade gift doesn’t have to cost a lot this holiday season. No matter who’s on your list, you’re sure to find a unique gift for under $100 at Craft + Design Online. This fall, VisArts is taking the show virtual to give over 120 artists from across the country the opportunity to exhibit their work from the safety of their homes.
TO BRIGHTEN THE HOME
Looking for a one-of-a-kind gift to brighten someone’s space at home on those chilly winter nights ahead? This colorful, knit pendant light ($80) from Jorgelina Lopez is both stylish and whimsical.
For a gift that can brighten a room during daylight hours, check out Valerie Molnar and Matt Spahr’s collection of ceramic vases ($35-$85). They can serve as standalone decor pieces or hold lively floral arrangements.
Shopping for a jewelry lover? Nina Zabal’s polymer earrings ($25-$85) make statements in a multitude of colors, shapes and styles. For something classic geared towards everyday wear, try a stacker ring in sterling silver ($38) by Rebecca Perea-Kane.
A collar scarf ($92) by Elizabeth Holliday makes for a heartfelt and warm gift. Searching for a cozy gift for a little one or a set of parents-to-be? Kate Koconis hand weaves baby blankets ($85) from soft, lightweight wool.
FOR THE COOKING ENTHUSIAST
The chef in your life needs a place to keep their recipes organized, so why not gift them a wooden recipe box ($95-$99) by Sallie Plumley? A great meal deserves to be served in great tableware from Ruchi Gupta. Her colorful ceramic bowls ($28 – $98) are sure to please the cook.
Lions, rhinos, and bears, oh my! Jennifer Gubicza cleverly crafts your favorite animals as wall decor ($38 – $78). Trying to find a gift that will capture a child’s imagination? Agelio Batle has just the thing: pencil bloks and pencil blok letters ($10) write like a pencil on any paper without staining little hands.
Unsure of what someone on your list might really want? Are they generally hard to shop for? Opt for something that’s sure to please: Ceramic mugs from Deanna Dorangrichia ($40 – $75) or cups and tumblers from Abbey Howarth ($23 – $37). How about a key clip ($18), Virginia coasters ($24), or pocket notebook cover ($28) by Paul Hansbarger? You can’t go wrong!