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Christmas gifts guides are all over the blogosphere and tinterweb this season, which is fab news if you need some extra shopping inspiration to buy for your loved ones.
However, I have noticed a lot of the same stuff is doing the rounds.
So rather than repeat the same ol’, same ol’, I thought I’d share a quirky Christmas gift guide for those want something beyond the usual smellies, books, socks and chocolate.
Being the season of good will it would be great to see more of us support small businesses in the UK, so where possible I’m recommending one-man-bands, creatives, and lesser known businesses.
But be quick! We only have a couple more weeks to go.
For your best friend … a morse code bracelet from Etsy
For the creative in your life … I want to create sweatshirt from Rad
For the geeky one … purple gradient keycals from Etsy
For your man … British made Oak Pocket Knife from Future Kept
For the crafter enthusiast … subscription the We Make Collective boxes
For the countryside lover … a subscription to Landlust magazine (my review on it here)
For the cheese fan … everything but the cheese hamper from Not On The High Street
For the quirky fashion lover … pewter brogues from ASOS
For the letter writer … envelope stud earrings from Joy
For the champagne fiend … copper champagne bucket from Oliver Bonas
For the cider lover … always look on the bright cider life mason jar from Not On The High Street
For the quirky homewares lover … metallic paper bag (it’s washable and versatile – so cool!) from Future Kept
For those slow living lover … a subscription to The Simple Things magazine (my review here)
For your favourite booze lover … boozy badges from The Bellwetherer (perfect stocking fillers)
For your hipster friend … terrarium enamel pin from Finest Imaginary
For the thoughtful one … The Happiness Planner
For the film lover … Lost in Translation illustrated poster from Etsy
For the fish and chips fan … fish salt and pepper set from Joy
For the stylish one … navy fedora hat from Oliver Bonas
For the coffee lover … Italian Invention print from Hannah Zakari
For the skincare fan … Omozorivca introductory set from LookFantastic
For him … teak slab digital clock from Wolf and Badger
For the traveller … world map wall sticker from Not On The High Street
For the wanderer … world map flask from DotComGiftShop
For the one who is always cold … cashmere bed socks from Toast
For the experience … champagne for two at The View at the top of the Shard from Last Minute
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