Custom puzzles and more great gift ideas for everyone on your list
As you start putting together your holiday shopping list this year, here's a hint: you can't go wrong with puzzles. The analog entertainment options has exploded in popularity during the COVID-19 lockdowns, with everyone in the family able to get in on the fun.
While other retailers might be struggling to keep their most sought-after puzzles in stock, Fine Art America has no such concerns. The online design shop has 16 global production facilities in five different countries, all running 24 hours per day, so each product is ready to ship in only two to three days.
And speaking of shipping, it's free for all U.S. orders from November 21-23. So keep that in mind while you browse the site and this list of holiday gift ideas.
From geometric designs to whimsical animals, majestic landscapes to iconic celebrities, there's bound to be a theme your giftee would love to try. The majority of the designs even let you choose the number of pieces, making this present suitable for a wide range of ages and abilities.
Custom jigsaw puzzles
Know someone who's already put together practically every puzzle out there? Well, they haven't encountered these yet. That's because you can upload your own images to create a personalized gift unlike any other, and it starts at only $26.
Metal prints add texture and interest and make an edgy addition to anyone's decor. Surprise a sports lover with classic or modern depictions of their game of choice, all printed on high-gloss 1/16-inch-thick aluminum and offset from the wall by a 3/4-inch-thick wooden frame. Be sure to buy on November 27, when all wall art is 25 percent off.
Mobile phone cases
Demonstrate your thoughtfulness by picking out a case for anyone who's getting a new phone for Christmas with this excellent stocking stuffer. The impact-resistant hard-shell cases boast a slim profile and fit Samsung Galaxy models and all generations of iPhone (including the new 12).
Choose from men's and women's T-shirts, tank tops, sweatshirts, and even face masks, then emblazon them with designs drawn from digital art, mixed media, drawings, or photographs.