I like drawing females for gifts.
It's not exactly within the limits because the value is way over $20-$30 but I can melt down some scrap gold and come up with something without a problem. My out of pocket isn't over the $20-$30 so I figure it works.
My one nephew is easy. He likes old nickels, and so do I. So if I'd want it he'd want it. I just go into the coin dealer and say I want a _______ nickel for around $20-$30. The dealer old so his prices are old and whatever he pulls out for that price is a good deal.
If your husband likes coins he probably has a category he likes.
A long time ago my brother mentioned cast iron cookware. When I finally drew his name I remembered that. It was a good one, other than now that he has a kitchen he doesn't cook as much.
But now that that ones over I can't think of anything.
My niece is wanting apple trees. Her husband mentioned she can get whatever she wants but he's getting an apricot. He wanted stamps, regular NEW postage stamps. He getting an apricot tree, buy your own stamps.
My brother-in-law is difficult, he can afford anything he wants. But he also wants enough DVD series that a new season of something is always coming out.
Another nephew has a hobby of the month. He's also another DVD one.
The last nephew is poor so he's easy to buy for.
I'm a problem. I think of stuff in spring and have forgotten by fall. But I have enough hobbies I should be fairly easy to take a stab at.
Originally Posted by Puddinpop
If he likes t.v. series, get him a DVD recorder, so that he can record his own. You can get them with HD.
You cannot record HD on DVD. That's why they have Blueray and HD DVD.
They don't look bad recorded from digital if you don't record in 6 hours but they're not HD.