Look no further for your White Elephant or Secret Santa gift ideas! Whether you’re exchanging gifts with friends, family, or coworkers – these are sure to please!
1. Punderdome: A Card Game for Pun Lovers Deluxe Edition
EXCLUSIVE! Invented by a father and his comedian daughter, Punderdome is part game, part conversation starter, all fun. You don’t have to be a master punster to play; you just have to enjoy making bad jokes. Pairs of prompt cards get you started, and everyone has 90 seconds to figure out a groaner. Then everyone shares their puns and the prompter decides whose is best (actually, worst). The deluxe edition includes 20 extra cards, expanded box, plus extra writing pads and pencils.
2. Genuine Fake Prank Gift Boxes
They’ll be excited as they unwrap it, and puzzled as they see the box. Then the real fun begins as they try to figure out how to thank you for such a weird and, frankly, awful gift. Everything about the box is convincing, from the photos to the layout and the copy. It looks exactly like something you’d buy from a cheesy TV infomercial. The box arrives empty, and the point, of course, is to put the real gift inside and save the day. But for a moment or two, it’s a great prank. Box is about 9″ x 11″ x 3″.
3. Bank Note Zipper Pouches
Stash your cash, cards, makeup, pens, the little notebook you carry everywhere, and more in these handy pouches. Each is polyurethane printed with an oversized bill, finished with a zipper top. 9 ¼” x 4 ¼”. Specify $10 or $100
4. I’m Dead. Now What? – Estate Planning & Last Wishes Book
Don’t leave a mess for your loved ones. Instead, leave all the information they need to take care of your belongings, business affairs, and wishes. This practical and not at all morbid book walks you through the important stuff: personal information, medical information, key contacts, dependents, documents, financial information, insurance, who will care for your pets, how to handle your email and social media accounts, personal wishes, last words, and other vital details. Hardcover, 96 pages.
5. Porcelain Surprise Christmas Gift Box Ornaments
Precious little porcelain boxes, sized to hold small treats or tiny treasures. Tuck gifts, candy, or cash inside, then tie them to presents, hang them on the tree, hand them out as party favors, drop them into stockings, or add them to place settings on your holiday table. All have gold-tone metal trim and hinges (in Limoges style), with gold thread hanging loops. Each 3-4″ high, 2-3″ wide. You’ll want several, so the more you buy, the more you save.
6. Wordsmithery Game – Improve Your Vocabulary – Learn 700 New Words
Easy to learn, quick to play, and fun for everyone. Guess the meaning of a word without help and get 2 points; pick the correct definition from 3 possibilities and get 1 point. All the words are the kind many people pretend to understand but really don’t—words like egregious, phalanx, and salubrious. The first person or team to reach 10 points wins. Comes with 700 words on 300 cards, 50 cards for kids (easier words), scoresheets, and a pencil. For 2 players or teams ages 8 and up.
7. “It’s a Wonderful Life” Bevin Bell Christmas Ornament
In the famous final scene of “It’s a Wonderful Life,” a small bell rings on a Christmas tree. And Clarence, the angel, finally gets his wings. That bell was purportedly made by Bevin Bells in Connecticut, founded in 1832 and the only remaining bell manufacturer in the U.S. Hang on your tree and start a family tradition. About 2″ diameter, 3″ high. Silver-plated. Comes in a velvet pouch with a satin ribbon and story card.
8. Fine Art Identity Protection RFID Wallet
Compact, pretty wallets are tougher than they look. Each is aluminum with a built-in security latch. Inside are eight slots for credit cards and ID. Plus it’s RFID-safe, guarding you from possible identity theft. 4½”w x 3″h x ½”d, it slips into a purse or pocket. Choose between Irises, Starry Night, Sunflowers, Café, Waterlilies, Waterlilies 2, Starry River, Garden Walk, Hokusai Wave, The Kiss, Red Branches, Poppy Vase or Almond Branches.
9. Two Elephants Forming Heart Sculpture
EXCLUSIVE! A Signals bestseller, symbolizing luck and love. Cast resin with the look of hand-carved, hand-polished wood. Set of two elephants, each with a raised trunk. An elephant with a raised trunk is a symbol of good luck. To fit the two pieces together, gently slide one trunk beneath the other. When the ends of the trunks come together, they form a heart. Lucky elephants are often used in Feng Shui to energize certain areas of the home. A meaningful gift for an engagement, a wedding, or a housewarming. 7″ wide (when fitted together), 9″ high. It’s believed that an elephant sculpture with a raised trunk will bring luck, prosperity, and happiness into your life. That’s why so many people have and collect fanciful elephant sculptures with uplifted trunks. But where did that belief get its start? It probably began with Ganesha, a Hindu god with the head of an elephant, four arms, and a big belly. Ganesha is the most popular and beloved god in India. Most homes in India contain at least one statue of Ganesha. Devotees believe that worshiping Ganesha brings success, prosperity, and protection against adversity. Sometime during the late 19th or early 20th century — the time of the British Raj (British rule in India) — lucky elephants figurines became popular in Europe, Canada, and the United States. At first, they were made of ceramic, porcelain, jade, ebony, plastic, and ivory — not so lucky for the elephant. Today, many people with elephant sculptures are passionate about elephant conservation. Here are three ways to bring some lucky elephant Feng Shui into your home: Place a lucky elephant (or two) at your front door facing inward, as a sign of blessings entering your home. Place an elephant or pair facing outward to protect your home. Display an elephant or pair in the bedroom to promote love and faithfulness. To learn more about elephant conservation, contact the World Wildlife Fund.
10. Men’s Bob Ross Socks
From 1983-94, Bob Ross taught PBS viewers how to paint happy little trees, clouds, and mountains. Claiming “We don’t make mistakes, just happy little accidents,” he convinced America that everyone could paint. Men’s cotton blend crew socks are one size fits most (8-13). Specify Happy Little Accidents (cream), Happy Clouds (blue), or It’s Bob Ross (grey). Machine wash. Imported. Sold separately.
11. “If You Can Read This” – Hidden Message Socks
Want your feet rubbed? Need a beverage? Let your feet do the talking. Cozy cotton-spandex socks are one size fits most. Machine wash. Imported. Specify Bring Me Some Wine, Bring Me Some Coffee, Please Rub My Feet. Colors as shown. Unisex.
12. Expandable Vases
Translucent plastic vases arrive flat. Fill with water and they stand up straight, strong enough to hold a bouquet. Stable, reusable, and attractive for use anywhere you need a vase: indoors or outdoors, for weddings, events, and travel. Choose from the following designs: Iris Landscape (Tiffany), Magnolia Landscape (Tiffany), Dragonfly (Tiffany), The Kiss (Klimt), Great Wave (Hokusai), Starry Night (Van Gogh), Café Terrace (Van Gogh), The Scream (Munch), or Water Lilies (Monet). Each about 10″ high, 6″ wide in use. Stores flat in reusable sleeve.
13. Novelty or Gift Prescription Wine Glass
EXCLUSIVE! Take 1 to 2 glasses per day, as needed. Refills? Yes, please. Printed 11-oz. wine glass is just what the doctors ordered — Dr. Napa and Dr. Valley. 8″ high. Pair with a bottle (or two) of wine for the perfect gift.
14. ‘Nessie’ Loch Ness Monster Ladle
When you’re not using her to scoop up soups, sauces, and punches, you’ll leave her on your counter to admire. Toughened blue BPA-free nylon ladle stands upright on four little feet. An internet sensation, she’s famously hard to find in the USA, so we’ve stocked up for you. Dishwasher safe but don’t microwave. Please note, at 9½” long Nessie is smaller than most standard soup ladles and stands best in thicker liquids.
15. Elephant Paper Towel Holder
Never forget where you put the paper towels. Cast iron elephant holds a roll at the ready on his very long trunk. Or use him in the bathroom for TP rolls. About 4″ wide, 19″ high.
16. Christmas Trivia Game
Tis the season! What better time to engage in a game of Christmas trivia than when the family’s gathered together for the holidays? From Saint Nicholas to Sinterklass, and Ebenezer Scrooge to Frosty the Snowman – test your knowledge on carols, holiday movies, stocking stuffers, the north pole, and other Christmas traditions. There are no complex rules or game pieces to keep track of. Just open and enjoy! Without a doubt, it’s the most trivia fun this holiday. Ages 12+
17. Penguin Tea Timer
EXCLUSIVE! An absolute lifesaver – or at least, tea saver. Devoted steepers know that timing is everything for the perfect cuppa; this penguin holds a teabag in the hot water for an exact number of minutes before lifting it out, preventing bitter over-steeped flavors. Doubles as a kitchen timer up to 20 min. Plastic. 8″h.
18. Soap Opera Scrubber Holder
Because everyone has a dish scrubber and no one has a good place to put it. Devoted little diva (she’s always singing, even in the tub) turns your scrubber into her latest hairstyle. Each new scrubber changes her look. Plastic; about 4″ long, 2½” high. Comes with a silvery metal scrubber; works with other standard scrubbers.
20. Reading Cat with Mouse
Delightfully decorative on a bedside table or the table beside your reading chair. Nicely detailed, from the welting on the chair to the fur on the cat, and small enough to fit anywhere. The little mouse waits for the cat to read aloud. Cast resin and hand-painted. About 2 ½”w x 3 ½”h x 2 ½”d.