Sometimes, all you need is some inspiration to get the ball rolling with a thoughtful Christmas gift for your loved ones. So we decided to help you out. take a look at some of these ideas below, we are sure you’ll find some inspiration for your Christmas shopping needs.
Unique Gift Ideas for Christmas
Unless you are addicted to learning new things, (trust us – there are lots of people who are) you may not consider giving the gift of an online course. But if you stop to think about it, in doing so, you are giving somebody a life-changing gift.
The good thing is that you don’t have to choose a course for them, you can purchase a bundle course which allows your recipient to choose the courses they prefer.
Tech gifts are always a winner when it comes to gift-giving and they are not only reserved for the family’ tech geek’.
Whether it’s a new iPhone cover for your dad’s phone, a hearing aid loop to help grandma hear her favourite movies properly or a charging phone stand for your sister to use while she watches Netflix and applies her makeup when she should be studying.
Gifts under £10
£10 may not seem to be a lot of money to spend on a gift, but you’ll be surprised at what great gifts are out there for this kind of budget.
Some of our favourites are:
# Custom named mugs
# Chocolate sprouts
# Sample size gift packs, we particularly like Burt’s Bees travel gift set.
# ‘Bring me chocolate’ socks.
# Avocado growing kit
Gifts under £30
Asda are selling bottles of “Gingle All The Way” it’s a seasonal Gin in a charming bottle, and is perfect for gin lovers out there.
There are also many foodie gift packs you can pick up, such as:
# Pukka Tea gift packs
# Hotel Chocolat Gift Packs
# Cheese selections
# Afternoon tea kits
# Truffle kits
Gifts under £50
We like the champagne gift sets from Moet & Chandon, at the Whiskey Exchange. But a Google Home Mini or Echo Dot is a gift the whole family can enjoy.
Gifts under £100
A Kindle E-book reader is perfect for any member of the family and a wonderfully thoughtful gift!
Failing that, how about ‘Star Wars’ cookware – its novel but a great gift. You can get a set of 3 mini round cocotte from Le Creuset, all of which look like a droid!
Gifts for her
# Anything Jo Malone.
# A 52 week guided journal might be right up your girls’ alley!
# Do you have a beauty addict in your life? Why not get her some professional makeup artist training. If you are not sure what beauty course she would like, get her a course bundle.
Gifts for him
# A subscription to Gordon Ramsay’s Masterclass
# A portable campfire
# A wireless Bluetooth hat
Gifts for parents
The first gift we believe most parents would appreciate is the offer of one night’s babysitting! It’s free for you, but it’s probably going to be an excellent gift for some lucky parents.
Make their home smell beautiful, or allow them to instil some calming energy into their house by buying parents an essential oil diffuser, you never know, it might relax the kids too!
Christmas hampers are great for parents to indulge in when the children are sleeping. There are so many available at a variety of price points.
Gifts for children
Dressing up outfits are always good fun for young children. Or how about a family game, that everyone can play? They may not be a popular choice. Still, they bring the family together and may create a culture which allows your favourite family to engage with each other in a way that can be hard to do these days.
Finally, take Play-Doh to a whole new level with the new compound pack, it includes slime, foam, stretchy putty and our well-beloved play-doh too – perfect for younger children.
There are plenty of unique and thoughtful gift ideas out there waiting for you to discover them. Hopefully, this gift guide will point you in the right direction. We are sure that the people in your life will have huge smiles on their faces if you do.