Enjoy yourself with these under $40 treats. You don't have to break the bank to enjoy these colorful items.
Garden Variety: The Plant Herb Seed Kit lets you grow 10 tasty herbs in any sunny spot ($18, http://www.uncommongoods.com). With easy instructions and labeled stakes, you'll always have spare thyme.
Frost Bites: No more chasing the ice cream truck: The Zoku Single Pop Maker turns fruit juice or yogurt into a healthy treat in less than 10 minutes (http://www.williams-sonoma.com).
Great Service: Printed Fleur de Provence salad servers by Le Cadeaux are the ideal complement to a solid colored bowl ($10, http://www.touchofeurope.net).
Lip Service: Crayon-like Stick moisturizing lip balms blend jojoba-seed oil, mango and shea butters for a nourishing dash of summer-weight, meltproof lip color ($16, http://www.clinique.com).
Lime Light: There's a real citrus zing to Byrd's pie-inspired, award-winning Key Lime Coolers ($10, http://www.byrdcookiecompany.com. Use code GH50OFF to buy one tin and get one at half price).
Buckle Up: Finish an office or weekend outfit with a summery accessory like Cocobelle's boho-chic stretchy belts made of coconut beads and polished wood ($28, http://www.dianesbeachwear.com).
Hot Foot It: Slip into South Beach style in ballet flats by The Webster at Target ($25). Melon-hued faux leather trims preppy palm-print fabric that's sure to jazz up jeans, skirts and capris.
Fresh Serving: The Cost Plus World Market Pandan tray. Handmade from tropical leaves, with bamboo handles, it's as helpful on top of a dresser as it is at a backyard barbecue ($20, http://www.worldmarket.com).
Making Scents: Playing perfumer has never been easier. TokyoMilk's teeny Mix n' Match Eau de Parfum kit contains six vials of three fragrances that are alluring worn alone or in combination ($18, http://www.tokyo-milk.com).
Tea for One: Five-calorie servings of Lipton Tea & Honey Single To-Go Packs ($3, grocery stores) turn a glass of water into a proper tea break. Pick from six flavors, such as mango pineapple and peach apricot.
Calm Balm: A dab of Clear Headed Balancing Balm by Lather can help take the edge off a stressful day. Its lavender, mint and eucalyptus oils create a pleasant relaxation sensation ($9, http://www.lather.com).
Pot Luck: Redo a run-of-the-mill flowerpot by slipping it into IKEA's sweet Skurar galvanized-steel sleeve ($3). Or, go big with the oversize planters.
Plants of Approval: Privet House at Target's Design Your Own Stationary Set 16 cards and envelopes, four stamps and an ink pad ($13) stylishly ensures that you're never at a loss for words.