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With the holiday season almost over, the last of the gifts are set to be bought and wrapped for giving.
Here are five gifts that can be given to anyone in the family this December.
- Kodak Mini Project Projector: Available for a discounted price of $189.99 on the Kodak website, the Kodak LUMA 75 is a mini-projector that can be taken anywhere. Able to fit in anyone’s pocket, the device can play HD videos with a 1080p resolution that can fit on any surface that’s up to 100” wide. On average, the projector lasts up to two hours, has a built0in speaker and has HDMII, USB and MicroSD inputs.
- The Two Million Dollar Puzzle: Sold on Stacksocial for $30 and on Amazon for $25, the Two Million Dollar Puzzle combines games with a chance. Anyone who purchases it, they get the opportunity to complete a 500-piece jigsaw puzzle. Once they get the puzzle done, they can scan the puzzle and find out what they won. Guaranteed a win, they can win a prize ranging from $1 to $1,000,000.
- SHASHIBO Shape Shifting Box: Already considered an award-winning product and a finalist for three consecutive years for the Toy of the Year award, the SHASHIBO Shape Shifting Box is a product anyone can use as stress relief or get their creativity flowing. Held together by 36 rare earth magnets, the product is made of 100% recycled mold plastic and has different styles, including a Grateful Dead-inspired one.
- 3D Moon Lamp: Available on the Amazon website for a price of $21.99, the 3D Moon lamp is exactly what it sounds like. Sold by the BRIGHTWORLD company, the product is made using 3D technology. Created to emulate the moon’s surface, the lamp has a fun little twist to it. Featuring LED lights, one touch to the metal button on the bottom can change the product from either a warm white to a cool white.
- Uncommon Goods’ Personalized Family Mugs: Available on Uncommon Goods’ site for prices ranging from $32 to $160, the Personalized Family Mugs are made from ceramic material in Arizona and decorated in Upstate New York. Offering up to eight mugs, the company has them each personalized with not only each family member’s name, but also each family member’s looks and clothing. Each mug is made by a professional artist such as Shelly Klein, a painter with a BFA from Kendall College of Art and Design.