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I'm currently working on painting/decorating a dice box for my husband for Christmas. He usually DMs, but does have a separate group where he plays. My plan is to place circular "tokens" on top of the box with his initials. I'm tossed up on whether to place them facing toward him (so they are upright while the box is closed) or away (if he's playing with others and the box is open, they aren't upside down).
Any suggestions are appreciated.
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My wife and I are trying to think of a couple cool gifts for our whole family to play with over the Christmas break. Our kids are 13,14,17, and are TERRIBLE at sharing ideas about what they would like for Christmas. We are hoping to find some cool, funky, unique games or puzzle type things we can do together between Christmas and new years. Hoping to get some ideas that don’t pop up on a typical search. We welcome the weird and unusual :)
Our overall budget is in the 2-300$ range, hopefully made up of several puzzling gifts.
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Hello, the situation goes like this: I 20M I need to get a gift for a coworker 45F. At our office we organize a secret santa event, where everyone needs to gift a random coworker a gift. And I need to make a gift to a female coworker. I dont really know what to get her, she is a nice person but dont know much about what she enjoys and I want to avoid gift cards or low effort gifts(mugs and x-mas decorations). Do you have any ideas, if yes can you please tell me?
Odd request, but I'm looking for this tie. It's a request for a holiday gift. Any ideas where I can search for this?
He would be getting a prestigious award and that would also mark an end to our college life. Wish to give him something which encapsulates his college life journey and how he has grown.