Thursday, December 10, 2009

Gift Ideas

The Holiday gift buying season is in full swing and you may be feeling the pinch in your pocketbook. The Second Hand Chicks have put together a list of gift ideas for you and the best part is, they are all $25 and under! These gifts are sure to please and there is something on this list for everyone on your list.

Collectable Plate with artwork by Bessie Pease Guzman. $8.

"Possibilities of Angels", a Literary Anthology with illustrations by Peter Malone. $12.
Brocade Jacket by Coldwater Creek with fleece collar and cuffs. Size Small. $24.

English Teapot. $14.

New Handbag by CMZ. $20.

Set of 8 Cut Glass Goblets. $8.

Vintage Owls. $8.

Vintage Apron. $18.
Vintage Tin. $10.

An assortment of vintage hankies from $3 to $6 each.

Baubles $18.

Think we don't carry items for the man in your life? Think again! Here's a sampling of some "dude appropriate" gifts:
Rand McNally Terrestrial Globe. $20.

Vintage Fedora, genuine velour, made by Bee Hatters, size 7 1/2. $18.

A Set of Onyx Bookends. $25.

What former Boy Scout wouldn't love to relive his scouting adventures with this First Edition Boy Scout Handbook from 1981? $15. And don't forget the Hat! $10.

We even have something for the little people in your life. "Friends and Neighbors" published in 1941. $10. Your grandchildren can see how you learned to read back in the day.

1970's Big Bird Music Box. $15. It's a classic.

Vintage Bank. $7. Made in Japan.

And finally, something to inspire the budding young novelist on your list. A Tom Thumb Toy Typewriter from 1948. $25.
So, as you can see, Second Hand Chic is the perfect place to get some of your holiday shopping done. And while you're in, pick up a little something for yourself because you deserve it!
Love, Kelly


  1. Hi sweet friend. Thank you for visiting me and for your comment. We both love aprons - my grandmother use to make them. I have some of hers. If you would be interested in me making them for your shop to sale, let me know.

    I'm in South Jordan, I think you'r in Salt Lake aren't you?


  2. Hi Kelly, wow, you really do have something for everyone! Love all those wonderful vintage treasures...the cut glass goblets are my favorite! Bisous... Julie Marie

  3. Kelly!
    That's such a sweet little typewriter~ it would look so wonderful in an art studio/room! I can remember the toy t.v., my brother had one when we were younger~ or was it mine? Who knows... And that hat is so unique!

  4. I love the big bird music box and the globe. I loevly selection.

  5. I'm Baaaack! Oh, the Christmas Season is so busy and at times can cause one so great a stress as to render one unable to properly comment on one's favourite blogs! I look forward to some fun posts from you and also some fun commenting from others who adore you. Thanks for the fun!