Now that we are well into October, I don’t think it is too early to start thinking about Christmas. There, I said it! I know some people hate to see everything in the shops, but planning ahead helps so much. It can make it much easier on your wallet if you spread the cost and don’t just buy everything in December. So with that in mind, I thought I’d share some ideas for Christmas gifts with you. It can be tricky knowing what to get everyone. So here are a few ideas for all sorts of people in your life.
For Your Foodie Friend
If you have a friend or family member that is a bit of a foodie, there are plenty of options of what to get them. You could get them something for the kitchen, if they enjoy the cooking side as well as the eating. Something like a mixer or food processor are essentials. Even some colourful silicone bakeware would be a great idea. If you prefer to give experiences, then you could book them an afternoon tea or a voucher for a restaurant. Then they can plan something at their leisure.
For Any Music Lovers
These days concert tickets can be quite expensive, so if your budget doesn’t stretch that far, there are other options. You could get them a book about their favourite musician or perhaps some memorabilia. If they like to make their own music, then getting their music put onto a CD or old school record would be really special. Somewhere like Nationwide Disc Duplication do this for you. A gift voucher could always work for somewhere like here. Then they can choose which of their music they would choose to immortalise.
For the Hair and Beauty Fans
Male or female, the chances are that you will have a friend or family member that takes a lot of pride in their appearance. So it makes sense to get them a gift relating to that. You could put together a hamper of some of their favourite products. You could include things like facemasks and hair styling products. You could get them something like a tangle teezer or perhaps a makeup palette. Bath Bombs and bubble baths are always a fantastic idea too. Everyone can make use of those, right?
For the Young at Heart
If there are some people a little older in your life, it can be tricky to know what to get them. You could get them something really quite unusual, like a hot air balloon ride or a racing car experience. Things like that might depend on their current health, though. Other things that work could be things for the home, like bedding or candles. Clothing is a great idea too. If they know someone ‘young and hip’ has bought it for them, they are much more likely to want to wear it.
Have you started your Christmas shopping yet? Do you have any ideas of what you might get for everyone?
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