Birthday gifts for five, six or seven decades

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Do you know someone approaching one of the “Big 0” birthdays?

Help them celebrate that landmark day with a special gift. Bring back the nostalgia of younger years and add a bit of humour to the celebration.

Old Time Candy Company has some birthday treats that are sure to bring back days of youth. Choose from their Birthday with a Zero gift boxes, their party favor packs to send home with party attendees and their glass jars of old-time penny candies such as Bazooka Bubble Gum, Smarties, Tootsie Rolls, Necco Wafers, Atomic Fire Balls and Jawbreakers. Sounds like a lot of fun.

The Petersen Store offers unique gifts for men and women. Begin in their tech and gadget department to find items such as i-phone cases and battery packs. Try their arts and collectibles section for scale models (1:18) of classic cars. Browse their t-shirts, hoodies and home décor items. Slanted toward gifts for men, you’ll also find a few items for women such as necklaces and compacts.

Bought Beautifully is a free trade organization with a stunning gift selection. You’ll find gorgeous jewelry, clothing items such as t-shirts, hoodies, belts, sandals, headbands, hats and aprons. Their home décor items include baskets, bowls, wooden spoons, wall hangings and mobiles, trays and coasters. These items, created by third world small businesses are made with no slavery or child labor. Genuinely beautiful products.

Red 5: The Ultimate Gadget Shop is for the young at heart. It boasts hundreds of toys, gadgets and gizmos to entertain and gift the birthday guy or gal with a good laugh. Choose from the Rubber Band Shooter Supreme, the Plasma Ball, the U4 Gyro RC Helicopter, the Headonizer Head Massager or the Table Top Soccer Game.

Lots of fun for those Big 0 birthday gifts.

juliet

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