Ah, it’s Secret Santa time at offices all across the world. Playing Secret Santa can be difficult, especially when you don’t know what to get your colleague. Here are a few fabulous Secret Santa gifts that are affordable, unique, and kinda sorta classy too!
Exclusive Stationary Sets from Pear Tree
I have recently come across this stationary and card company via Twitter. In my opinion, Pear Tree Greetings brings old school fashion to writing letters and cards with a new school approach. These trendy stationary sets from Pear Tree are colorful, cute, and are perfect for your cubicle neighbors. Starting at $4.99, it’s also a steal!
Gel Retractable Pens by Zebra Pens
As a Cubicle Chick, I have an obsession with office supplies, namely writing instruments. When Zebra Pens sent me several samplings of their pens, I became hooked, line and sinker. Their Retractable Gel Pens come in all sorts of colors and write awesomely well. When it comes to handling paperwork, Zebra makes it easy. They also sell mechanical pencils, highlighters, and much more! A stocking full of Zebra Pens would make an awesome Secret Santa gift in the office.
Personalized Journal by Minted.com
Minted.com is a wonderful place to get personalized cards and stationery and they also make journals. You can get a journal personalized for your gift recipient and they only cost around $16. Fab and affordable!
Stylish Personalized Luggage ID Tags
Personalized ID tags for luggage make for a great gift. Stationery Style makes fab and creative tags that add a little flair to any suitcase or carry on. As low as $15 for two tags.
Buckycubes Magentic Desk Toy, RedEnvelope.com
We have all had slots of time in the office when we are bored to tears. Here is a fun game that can keep your Secret Santa giftee occupied while at their desk. Retails for $24.95.
Blissful Brownies in a Box, iGourmet.com
When you give chocolate as a gift, you are instantly loved. And these brownies (which were given to me last year by a colleague) are amazingly yummy and full of flavor. Retails for $22.99.
I, The Cubicle Chick, have not been compensated to review any of the items above. However, since disclosure is a must, I have been given several of these items for my honest evaluation and critique for consideration for my 2011 Holiday Gift Guide.