Thursday3Some: 3 Great Stocking Stuffers

I find, with every year that passes, I do more shopping online. I'm usually parked in front of a computer all day anyway, and it's just easier to shop this way than fight the traffic to the mall.

I'm just now getting around to the rest of my Christmas shopping, and I thought I'd share 3 great gift ideas with you on this Holiday Thursday3Some.

1. One year gift membership to JacquieLawson.

 Chances are you've received a Jacquie Lawson eCard in the past. They're awesome, aren't they? I enjoy sending and receiving these cards because they're so creative and the beautifully designed graphics and music are paired delightfully.

Why not give a 1 year gift membership to JacquieLawson. It's only $12.00 for 1 year of unlimited greeting cards. You can go crazy and send a card for every occasion, and the cost is just pennies!

2. Personalized Christmas ornaments.

Many websites offer this. An ornament for the tree is a great, inexpensive gift or stocking stuffer. If you're running late, wrap it as an ornament for next year's tree. Here are a few sites that offer this: Bronners * Front Gate * Christmas PlaceCurrent * World Market.

There are many others. Even WriteWay, my own CafePress shop, has ceramic ornaments designed for those who love words. You can see the Snowflake style at the top of the right sidebar. They come in many shapes.

3. An online gift card in any denomination.

Make it a totally awesome gift or just a stocking stuffer. From an Amazon Prime Gift Membership to gift cards, the following, according to CardHub, are the most popular Gift Cards this year, in order of their popularity:

Visa *Amazon * iTunes * American Express * Netflix * Walmart * Target * Google Play * eBay * Starbucks * MasterCard * Macy’s * Ikea * Sephora * Best Buy * Disney * Gamestop * Fandango * Ticketmaster * Costco * Lowe’s * Dunkin Donuts * Chipotle * Nordstrom.

In addition to books (and just about anything) from Amazon, you can also buy gift cards for books at: All Romance eBooksiTunes/iBooks, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and Smashwords.

Don't forget popular shopping sites like CafePress, Kim Komando's Store, and other specialty online stores.

Takeaway Truth

Happy Shopping and Happy Holidays!

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