Hey there everyone, how are we all today on the second day of blogmas?? Today I’ve got the Christmas gift guide for the hard-to-buy-for person in your life. For me it’s my cousin or my dad who are the hardest to buy for. So I’ve got some awesome ideas from some small businesses as well as some DIY’s and other unique gifts. So buckle up because there is gonna be some gifts coming your way today!
My first gift idea is a beautiful bespoke gift from a small business Croft End Embroidery who do personalised presents for someone who is so so hard to buy for. I’ve ordered one for my mum and step dad and I can’t wait to give it to them as it adds something sentimental to any room!
My next gift is from the lovely Mallowmaid who creates amazing homemade marshmallows which make lovely gifts for all of the foodies! They’re made in the beautiful Lake District and I can vouch for the tastiness of them! They’re also great for secret Santa gifts as they’re small yet universally loved.
My next gift idea is a beauty gift box such as Glossy Box who send out beauty boxes each month with different products in for people to test and try out. You can pay for each month or a three month set which is perfect for a beauty lovers Christmas gift!
Alcohol! For the lovers of a nice alcoholic beverage a cocktail book or actual ingredients for cocktails/alcoholic drinks would be perfect. Make up a little hamper and you’ve made one person in your life very very happy!
My last gift idea is a self care box which i personally feel is very underrated and left out in gift giving. The gift of self love and care is such a considerate one that I feel like if you know someone in your life is having a hard time then you could easily make one up. I’ve seen Rebecca from Mrs Meldrum make one up on her instagram and I think it’s a fabulous idea!
A few things you could include:
- A nice candle
- Fluffy socks
- Positive affirmations
- A photo
- A book
- Face masks
These are just a few ideas for the hard to buy for people in your life, I hope they’ve helped you and that they have inspired you to think more out of the box this year!
Thank you for reading today and I hope to see you around these parts again soon!