Christmas Gift Guide #1 | Personalised Gifts
Welcome to my first gift guide of the season! Now that Bonfire Night is out of the way, we can concentrate on Christmas! Woo hoo! Here’s a selection of my favourite personalised gifts for this year!
Lost My Name
The Little Boy Or Girl Who Lost Their Name is the UK’s best selling picture book. It’s a totally unique, personalised gift based on the letters of a child’s name. For example, a child called Charlie would meet a Chameleon, Hippo, Aardvark, Robot, Lobster, Imp and an Elephant!
You can choose from three different adventurers to make sure your book is personalised perfectly to your child; you can also include your own personalised message at the front of the book so you can dedicate it to whoever you like.
The quality of this story book is outstanding; gorgeous thick paper that will withstand many a bedtime! I love reading this to my little boy, and will be reading it for many many years to come, I’m sure.
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The Handmade Christmas Company
Give more than just a gift this Christmas, with one of these personalised Christmas sacks. A wonderful way to present a sackload of presents on Christmas morning! It’s made with the finest woven hessian, to an extremely high standard, with a variety of different designs available.
It also comes with one metre of branded crimson satin ribbon to tie round the top of the sack; just gorgeous.
If you sign up to their mailing list, you can get £10 off of your first purchase.
Snapajack – Personalised playing cards
Personalised Playing Cards are a unique and memorable gift that brings joy and happiness to the person receiving them and a warm glow in the sender too! With Snapajack you can add your favourite photographs to create a present that everyone will love and treasure.
We got a set for when we went on holiday (a UK holiday means that you should always be prepared for card-games indoors when it stars raining!) It was a lovely surprise for people, and made for a fun game of cards!
Personalised Drinks Coasters
These photo coasters are great – I particularly like that you can choose different photos. It’s so hard to pick a favourite shot, it’s nice that you can choose several different ones.
I get a couple of sets with my favourite photos of Baby B from throughout the year and split them up as a little stocking-filler gift for Grandparents (usually teamed with some chocolates and a couple of trinkets).
It’s a lovely gift that you can do each year so after a few years they will have a lovely set of coasters telling a story… it’ll bring a tear to the eye as you see the difference year-on-year. Make sure you keep a couple yourself too. 🙂
Light Up Letters
We have a light up F in Baby B’s room, which gives off a lovely warm glow.
These letters are made out of cardboard and come complete with a strand of lights, clear bulb caps and instructions on how to mount them onto your letter. What’s more, you also get a template to draw around and cut out on a wide variety of papers and materials that you can insert into the letters as a backdrop. So they don’t have to stay white – you can use any backdrop you like to go with the decor in the room.
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