Because he’s been trying to do some handy project around the house and, well, he could use a little extra help! This top-selling compact drill is pretty lightweight (around 2.5 pounds), comes with the drill/driver, Lithium Ion batteries, the charger, and the bag. Plus, we love how it even has an LED light built-in so he can see exactly where he’s trying to drill and you don’t have to stand their with the flashlight.
We've rounded up both large and small gifts for men, gift ideas for your brother or husband, and presents that the whole family can enjoy. So now–instead of worrying about where you're going to find enough stocking stuffers and how you'll ever come up with the perfect gift for your very picky cousin–you can just sit back and relax with a pen and paper to write Santa a list of your very own Christmas wishes.
Nikki M: My husband and I do “found gifts” for one another. The idea is to give a gift that is something you already have, most likely with no real monetary value. You include a letter explaining the significance. The first year we did this, I gave him a rock I painted on vacation when I was a little girl because he is my rock and I always dreamed of finding my Prince Charming, which he really is for me. Last year, I have him an old key to our first house together, which we bought shortly after getting married, and which saw our oldest child come home from the hospital. It’s nice to do something without expense.