Last-minute Christmas gift ideas for procrastinators

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December 21, 2012, 9:45 am
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(NECN) – Procrastinators, listen up! You have just four shopping days left until the Christmas holiday.

We've got some great last minute gifts for the loved ones in your life.

Bryce Gruber, editor of, is here with some wonderful ideas for all of the procrastinators out there.

Do not panic. There are terrific last-minute items you can buy.

Gruber says you can order online or go to the store and buy in person. She says the gifts will still make it there by Christmas.

Cute mugs are great, especially for someone really into coffee or tea. You can get a set of four for $28 at It’s a really great deal and they ship pretty last minute.

Hand creams are perfect for the holidays. Facial creams are good for the beauty attics, as well.

If you have a teenage daughter, Kiss makes nail decals that are instant nail art. You can find them at almost every drug store out there. They make great stocking stuffers.

Winter is officially upon us, and Echo also does a whole line of men’s accessories for cold weather. They have hats, gloves and scarves.

Therafit shoes are the most comfortable shoes to workout or walk in. They are great for nurses and teachers.

Anyone who has an iPhone knows you need a dock, available on opensky.

Tags: Christmas, Christmas shopping, Bryce Gruber, last minute gifts, procrastinator
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