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12 Last-Minute Gifts Under $20 You Can Get at Walmart

It's not too late (or too expensive!) to find great Walmart gifts for everyone on your list. Snatch up these eleventh hour ideas ASAP.

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WoodWick Candlevia

WoodWick Candle

You can never go wrong with candles as gifts. They don’t take up much space, and everyone loves Christmas candles. WoodWick candles feature a wooden wick, which adds a subtle crackling sound to the ambiance of candlelight.

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Measuring Cup Setvia

Measuring Cup Set

Baking supplies are gifts that keep on giving. This measuring cup set is dishwasher safe so it cuts down on the dreaded post-baking cleanup time. If you’re lucky, your friends and family will thank you with home-baked goods.

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Double-Wall Vacuum-Sealed Stainless Steel Coffee Mugvia

Double-Wall Vacuum-Sealed Stainless Steel Coffee Mug

Travel mugs always make excellent gifts. They inevitably get broken, ruined or lost, so backups are welcome. This insulated coffee mug set is great for on-the-go buddies.

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Grilling Apron and Utensil Setvia

Grilling Apron and Utensil Set

Grill up some burgers with this affordable and fun barbecue apron and utensil set. On sale for just $17, these grilling accessories are a steal.

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Funny Bathroom Wall Artvia

Funny Bathroom Wall Art

Spice up bathroom decor with this hilarious bathroom print. Give it to the men in your life as a not-so-subtle reminder regarding bathroom etiquette, or to friends as an unusual housewarming gift. Those new homeowners probably won’t get duplicates of this!

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Heat Resistant Barbecue Glovesvia

Heat Resistant Barbecue Gloves

Gloves are overlooked grilling tools. But if you’re the type of person who likes to play with fire, it’s time to slip on the right pair. These genius heat-resistant gloves feature an advanced material the manufacturer swears will protect you from wrist burns, singed forearm hair, etc. up to 932ºF. They’re useful for all types of grill.

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Magnetic knife stripvia

Magnetic Knife Strip

A magnetic knife strip allows you to move that heavy, bulky knife block off the counter to free up more work space. This 16-inch magnetic knife bar can also be used to hang certain kitchen utensils.

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Garden Tool Setvia

Garden Tool Set

For those who like to spend Saturday in the garden, this handy garden tool set is the perfect gift. This is an especially good gift for new gardeners.

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Off-the-Counter Fruit Basketvia

Off-the-Counter Fruit Basket

Here’s a genius kitchen storage idea: lift fruit off the counter with this wall-mounted fruit basket. Use one or several for storing everything from fruit to onions, even utensils. The basket can be hung from a screw, nail or hook.

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Hardworking Hand Creamvia

Hardworking Hand Cream

For the DIYer who needs more self-care, this hand cream is the perfect gift under $20. It creates a protective layer on the skin’s surface that instantly boosts moisture levels and prevents further moisture loss, so your favorite DIYer can get back to doing what they love without the discomfort of dry, cracked hands. (Throw in one of these kitchen hand creams, too.)

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Baby Bottle Drying Rackvia

Baby Bottle Drying Rack

Save new parents from kitchen clutter by giving them a bottle drying rack. This kitchen gadget will let baby bottles dry quickly without clogging the regular dish drying rack.

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Go-To Hammervia

Go-To Hammer

You really can’t go wrong with this Stanley 16-ounce fiberglass rip-claw hammer. This everyday tool will come in handy for myriad projects around the house—and it’s less than 20 bucks!

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Originally Published on The Family Handyman

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