Val Monroe's Gifts that Delight the Senses
By Val Monroe
November 02, 2011
This impossibly moist confection is delicious, any way you slice it.
$15 | breadwinnerbreads.com
One dozen hard-milled egg-shaped soaps in six transporting scents, including verbena and grapefruit, will give a lucky friend something to crow about.
$44 per dozen | LaLavandeGifts.com
Katie Couric codesigned these reading glasses—no prescription necessary—which benefit Scholarship America, an organization that helps deserving kids attend college.
$75 | eyebobs.com
Give generously: a palette of 100 eyeshadows in almost every color
imaginable. No one else has to know they're only ten cents each!
"Who wouldn't want her closet to smell like a Provençal meadow in early summer? This linen and silk hanger cover with a pocket of French lavender will do the trick." —Valerie Monroe
$36 | ElizabethW.com
"I love how these bubbles fill the air with just a hint of fragrance. They're a playful way to sweeten someone's holiday."
$20 | NeimanMarcus.com
Exotic chocolates—chili powder, tahini—tempt even the most jaded candy lover.
$12 for box of five
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