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Christmas Gift Ideas

Christmas Gift Ideas

Christmas Gift Ideas

I am still in panic mode when it comes to Christmas; still unsure what I am getting for a lot of people and worried I haven’t got the right thing for those already brought for. I guess the trouble is there are so many great gift ideas around this year, that it really is hard to choose.

I wanted to share with you just a few of the great gift ideas that I have come across this year.

Send a Cow
For those who have everything or want nothing then this website is a must visit, you can gift the recipient a gift which will go to help those in need and with gifts starting at as little as £5 for a semen straw, right up to £1450 for a farm family, meaning there is something to suit every pocket and taste.

A Girl for All Time
I remember going through a phase when I was younger of collecting dolls a little like this. Each one of these dolls have been made from a high quality vinyl and has been fashioned on a certain period in history. Each doll also has an accompanying novel, which features them in their given time frame and extra clothes can be brought.

Sarah Cross-Body Bag – £205
With perhaps the best name, this cross-body bag is going to wow any lucky recipient this Christmas morning. Made by British craftsmen, the leather has been hand cut to form this beautiful bag. Which is perfect for any occasion, from a night out on the town, to a posh restaurant or festival.

HEXBUG Circuit Boards Half Pipe – £29.99
HEXBUG have been a much loved toy for the past few years and this year they have branched out with these wonderful circuit board sets. This particular one, which is part of the Tony Hawk range, includes a motorised Birdhouse authentic skateboard deck with power axle, remote control, and a half-pipe ramp.

Cake Craft World
Making for both a gift and something you can do as a family are the wonderful cake making and decorating items available over at Cake Craft World. No matter if you are a novice or a seasoned baker you are bound to find something that will make your Christmas cake special this year.

Jingle Belly Christmas Dinner
This Christmas Ella’s Kitchen have teamed up with the charity Kids Company and are giving them at least 30p from the sale of each Jingle Belly Christmas Dinner pouch. Made for children 7 months plus, this is a special Christmas dinner – containing sprouts and all the trimmings has been made especially for the youngest in the family.

What do you think of these six ideas, do any look like gifts you need to buy this Christmas?

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  1. I think I like the sound of the cake decorating kit just for myself!

  2. Wow, I would love to receive that body bag!

  3. That cow idea is brilliant – a lovely thought. Hope you have a great Christmas!

  4. I love the Christmas dinner sachet from Ella’s kitchen. I’d be totally sucked into that if I had a baby of the right age and the wrapping is beautiful too!

  5. I love Cake Craft World! I wish I had time to indulge!!!

  6. Isaac has hex bugs for christmas

  7. Some lovely Christmas gift ideas. Thanks for sharing.

  8. Some great ideas and my 8 year old has just got in to Hexbugs big style!

  9. I’m still in panic mode as well!! I really must go out and do some shopping…soon! Or Christmas isn’t happening in this house!

  10. A lovely collection of gifts


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