In this Tully's How-To, James is here to help you find inexpensive gifts for anyone in your family. It's late in the game, but it's not too late to save money and make someone you care about happy.
For kids, I found two options that are both under $20. The Crayola Emoji Maker lets your kids be artistic and trendy and you don't have to shell out a large amount of money for something like a smartphone. It's only $10.
If you think they are ready for a smart device, the Fisher Price Tablet has some solid education based apps and it retails at only $18.
I found three ideas for dad that are also all under $20. Keysmart is a cool way to organize your keys that make them smaller than a pack of gum. ScreenKlean is a carbon pad that removes dirt and oil from any smart device screen. This has good reviews on Amazon as an effective cleaning tool.
Glowbowl might look like a gag gift, but it's actually a hot seller this holiday season. It's a motion activated light for the toilet bowl that gives you 13 colors to choose from. It'll make those middle of the night visits a little easier.
For mom, based on my co-anchor Deiah Riley's reaction, I saved the best for last. Etsy is now featuring a Handwriting Bracelet. You send in a picture of a handwritten message with your order and the bracelet comes back looking just like it. This is a unique way to remember your child's handwriting at a certain age or memorialize a loved one's written messages. The bracelet starts at $30.