It'll be good for me to write all this down!
DD - Already bought: Where's Waldo?, the boxed set of Little House on the Prairie books (why do we always call them that? It's the second one. Strange. So's The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe, by which title the Narnia books are sometimes collectively known, but it was at least published first...) The Frances books.
Planned: A homemade Wonder Woman costume; two other homemade dresses.
DS - Already bought: Toddler-size coffee mug.
DH - Already bought: A marketing book off his Amazon wishlist. Cufflinks, which I bought in a panic while mystery shopping and may not give him, because he doesn't have any cuff-linkable shirts.
Planned: A manly apron machine-embroidered with spanners, a gun etc. I actually started this years ago for another Christmas or birthday, and never finished it... Also Cooking for Geeks.
Mum - Bill Bryson book, One Summer. She loves him and hasn't read that one. Pretty washi tape.
Dad - Nothing yet, planning to do garden vouchers at his request, plus a Japanese metal interlocking puzzle thing.
MIL - Owl-shaped baking tin (she collects owls)
Sister #1 - Neat steampunky/anatomical art prints.
Sister #4 - Miss Manners' Guide to Excruciatingly Correct Behavior
Sister #5 - A handmade Etsy book like River Song's TARDIS diary
My (nuclear) family in general - Anomia board game
My family (of origin) in general - Quiddler card game
Friend who does burlesque, modelling and vintagey stuff and has just gotten into baking - Cookie cutters shaped like corsets, high heels, dresses and the like, in a sequinny fabric gift bag made from a hand-me-down T0shirt
Other friend who would appreciate it - Parables of a Country Parson (sadly, not available under its original and much better title The Millionaire and the Scrublady)
Friend who loves Buffy - T-shirt with "Guns Don't Kill People, Joss Whedon Kills People" on it
Whoever wants them - Homemade vanilla essence, once I can find some nice cheap glass bottles to put it in
That leaves FIL, SIL, BIL, two more sisters and several friends, plus stockings for DH, DD and DS and another 'real' present or two for DS. Some of the friends might get homemade fudge or truffles. There are a few people who warrant thank-you-type gifts as well. They'll probably get food too.
ETA: Wow! If I want to buy a decent paperback book here in New Zealand, it's usually $25-$30 easily. I've started buying off the Book Depository, which sometimes brings the total down to $15 or even $13... and I found Ender's Game for $9, which seemed like a minor miracle. You guys get them CHEAP!