Unless you have your holiday shopping down to a ‘T’, chances are there are still some purchases needing your attention as we head into Christmas next week.

Thankfully, Amazon has gifted you until this Friday, December 19th to make your last-minute purchases with free shipping included before Christmas (when you spend $35 or more, so bundle). If you are a Prime member you still have your standard two-day shipping, however when it’s the busiest time of year for delivery services it might not be safe to wait until the last minute.

Here, we’ve rounded up ten gift ideas ranging from $10 to $200 in the case that you still need to do some shopping…or better yet, put together your own holiday wish list.

Field Notes 3-Pack ($9.95)


“Field Notes, Original Kraft Ruled 3-Pack contains 3, 3.5 X 5.5, 48 page 1/4 (6.5mm) ruled memo pads in the Original Field Notes design. Perfect for notes, doodles or whatever else inspires you!”

Copic Markers 36-Count Set ($144.97)


“Unlike water-based inks, which tend to pill and oversoak the paper while blending, Copics mix on the surface to deliver the wonderfully rich blends they’re known for. This outstanding performance has distinguished Copic markers as the celebrated coloring tool within professional, semi-professional and hobby circles alike.”

Manufacturing Processes for Design Professionals Book ($62.34)


“A directory of more than fifty materials includes a detailed technical profile, images of typical applications and finishes, and an overview of each material’s design characteristics. With some 1,200 color photographs and technical illustrations, specially commissioned for this book, this is the definitive reference for product designers, 3D designers, engineers, and architects who need a convenient, highly accessible, and practical reference.”

Wacom Intuos5 Touch Small Pen Tablet ($141.99)


“Designed to meet the high performance demands of creative professionals and photo, art, and design enthusiasts, Intuos5 combines Wacom’s finest pen tablet experience with multi-touch input in a single device. Immerse yourself in a natural, intuitive workflow alternating between using multi-finger touch to position and navigate your artwork, and the pressure sensitive pen to precisely sketch, paint, retouch, and edit your ideas.”

3Dconnexion Space Navigator 3D Mouse ($89.49)


“A true 3D mouse, SpaceNavigator represents a great leap forward in price and performance for controller technology. Unlike a conventional mouse that confines movement to a flat plane, the SpaceNavigator 3D mouse makes it much easier to control 3D models and scenes.”

Trusco ST-350-B Toolbox ($117.73)


“The box opens in one smooth motion and reveals copious cubbies with removable dividers that can be adjusted to fit your needs.”

Sugru 8-Pack ($22.00)


“Sugru’s patented technology is unique in its combination of hand-formability, self-adhesion and flexibility when cured. It feels like modeling clay, and it’s that easy to use too. Once cured, its durable properties mean it’s comfortable to the touch, works in extreme environments and lasts and lasts and lasts!”

Leatherman Rebar-Black ($64.85)


“The Rebar pliers have been optimized for strength and feature replaceable wire/hard-wire cutters—a first for a four-inch tool from Leatherman. With all the features to get even the toughest jobs done, in a smaller, slimmer size, the new Rebar is sure to be an instant hit on job sites and home projects the world over.”

LEGO Architecture Studio ($185.99)


“With LEGO Architecture Studio, your own architectural designs can come to life! Be inspired by renowned architects as they share their projects and help you get started on your creative journey.”

Worther Shorty Mechanical Pencil ($12.97)


“With its thick, soft 3.15 mm graphite lead, it can write on almost all materials, including wood, metal, paper, plastic, glass (using a red lead), or x-rays (using a white lead). There is no fuss with sharpening the point – the leads automatically wear to a conical shape as you write. Advance or retract the lead with the pushbutton spring clutch mechanism.”