Pumpkin cheesecake, $55, for obvious reasons.
Bay leaf wreath from California, $29.95, which is "exquisitely aromatic" and will look pretty in her home. Bonus: The leaves will dry naturally and can be used in cooking throughout the year.
Bear address stamp, $65.
Western wool coasters, $26 for four, plus a bottle of wine to drink together.
Zig zag cuff, $110.
Put an Egg on It, which proves that everything—from salad to buttered toast to leftover pizza—is more delicious with an egg cracked on top. $13.98.
United States cheese board (of her favorite state) plus cheese, crackers, honey, salami and chutney, $90. Party in a box!
Fair Isle leggings, $98, or socks, $16.50, to keep her cute and cozy all winter.
Ear acupressure massage, which targets the ear's "minefield of pressure points" and "sends the entire body into Gumby mode." How awesome does that sound? $35 for 15 minutes.
Jacks, $6.50, "just for funsies," as she would say.
A $25 microloan in her name to someone who needs it—such as a Kenyan farmer who wants to double grain production or a young Bolivian woman who needs school tuition. The coolest part: When the borrower repays the loan, the money returns to your account, and you can loan it out again to someone else.
P.S. More gifts for sisters, and the 2013 gift guide so far...
(Ear acupressure via NYMag; photo from Stay.com. Egg cookbook photo by Emma Christensen for the Kitchn)