Merry Blogmas Day Eight!
If you’ve been following my Blogmas adventures then you’ll know that I’m a sucker for Gift Guides – and jingle my bells, here comes another one. I have searched far and wide, traversed many a-desert and swam many a-sea to compile a list of gifts for all ages, all of them £5 or under. I hope this inspires you!
For The Little Ones
- 5 Piece Christmas Plush Finger Puppets (Light in the Box)
- Disney Frozen Snakes & Ladders (The Toy Shop)
- Polar Express Ticket (Ebay UK)
- Penguin Mug (Mothercare)
- Badger Baby Balm (So Organic)
- Star Wars The Force Awakens Fleece Blanket (The Toy Shop)
For The Kids-at-Heart
- Pusheen Fridge Magnets (Debenhams)
- Snowman Hot Chocolate (Sainsburys)
- Star Wars Episode VII Key Cover (Debenhams)
- Mens Santa Socks (Debenhams)
- Beauty & The Beast Disney Tsum Tsum (Clintons)
For The Traditionalists
- Crabtree & Evelyn Christmas Pudding Biscuits (John Lewis)
- Linea Classic Robin Mug (House of Fraser)
- Wooden Christmas Dominos Game (Ebay UK)
- Baylis & Harding Midnight Fig & Pomegranate Cracker Set (House of Fraser)
- Bettys Spiced Christmas Teabags
For The Naughty List
- Mistletoe Christmas Gift in a Matchbox (Not On The HighStreet)
- Nipple Tassels (Prezzybox)
- Prosecco Lip Balm (The Present Finder)
- Strawberry & Peppermint Nip/Lip Balm (Ann Summers)
- Stress Boobs (Peacocks)
There we have it! Plenty of ideas to get sorted for Christmas. Obviously postage costing is something to take into account, but there are still plenty of high street shops in the mix, or click & collect options. All the prices were below £5 at the time of posting, as well as currently available. And the juggling boobs are a winner for anyone. Have fun my lovelies!
And in all seriousness, there are alternative options for those who want to give a charitable gift. There are so many ways, but here are a couple I’ve found:
For Those Who Want To Help
- CentrePoint Give A Gift – Centrepoint (UK) provide accommodation, health support and life skill coaching for the homeless aged 16-25, to give them a better future. For £5 you can provide a young homeless person with a toothbrush, soaps and a hairbrush, or you can offer a Christmas jumper, a bed, a health check, and much more.
- Refuge Christmas Dinner Parcel – Refuge opened the world’s first safe house for women and children escaping domestic violence in Chiswick, West London, in 1971. They protect and provide for those victimised, by providing refuge, and working with families to effect change. For £5 you can provide them with a Christmas dinner parcel, so they can enjoy a hot festive meal together.
Thanks for reading everyone.
Until the next day of Blogmas!