11/26/2014 02:38 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

10 Best Gifts Under $25

For the homeowner or DIYer in your life: a wallet-friendly wish list, hand-picked by the editors of This Old House
Keep it simple!
Not every great present costs as much as a mortgage payment -- if you know where to look. This Old House rounded up some of the coolest, ultra-affordable gifts around for everyone on your list (and if you buy them for yourself, we won't tell).

See More: Holiday Gift Guide: 25 Great Ideas Under $25

1. For the Eco-Conscious Homeowner
Casagami Solar Nightlight

Thanks to its miniature solar panel, you'll get up to 5 hours of LED glow after dark from this 3-inch-tall paperboard house. (Bonus: It's cute enough to brighten up a windowsill by day, too).

About $12;

2. For the Woodworker
DMT Dia-Sharp Sharpener, Credit Card Sized

This monocrystaline diamond-coated steel sharpener fits in a wallet's credit-card slot -- and is easy on your wallet, to boot.

About $13;

3. For the Gardener
The Companion Beach Chair
Made of sturdy steel and hard-wearing polyester, this foldable stool has eight open pockets that are ideal for stashing tools within easy reach.

About $18;

4. For the Foodie
Blue Striped Bee's Wrap

Keep that wedge of Gruyère fresh with this Vermont-made muslin and beeswax wrap, which can be used again and again on bread, produce, and more.

About $24 for three wraps;

5. For the Handyman
Simple Scribe

One way to make your mark: this reinforced nylon scribe, which has seven registration faces and fits a standard pencil.

About $10;

6. For the Crafter
Small Heirloom Brass-Handle Scissors

Hand-forged steel and sand-cast brass scissors are perfect for the person who is both crafty and a bit, ahem, snippy.

About $18;

7. For the At-Home Bartender
Personalized Gift Bamboo Bar Board

For the merrymaker who has everything--except a monogrammed bamboo cutting board.

About $22, including personalization;

8. For the Candle Lover
Bartlett Candle, 3 Initial

Made in Vermont of unscented soy and palm oils, with a cotton wick for a slow, steady burn.

About $25, including personalization;

9. For the Person with Marble Countertops
Sky Cup and Saucer Set

Hand-painted by Japanese artisans, this stoneware set looks like marble but it's dishwasher safe.

About $15;

10. For the Architecture Fiend
Archi Desk Accessories File Holder

Not your average plastic file corral. This one was inspired by the 19th-century cast-iron buildings of New York City's SoHo neighborhood.

About $25;

See all our budget-friendly holiday gift picks: Holiday Gift Guide: 25 Great Ideas Under $25

More from This Old House:

DIY Gift Guide

$10 or Less: 20 Super Cool Stocking Stuffers for the DIYer

The TOH Top 100: Best New Home Products 2014