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Need to get a whole host of unique, exciting and affordable Christmas gifts, but unsure where to start?
Throughout 2019, we’ve added a huge range of new products to our collection, and each one has been hand-picked by our team to give you access to the most on-trend, personalised pressies to suit everyone on your gift list.
To make your Christmas shopping easier than ever before, here’s our round up of the top 12 personalised gifts for 2019.
1: Getting in the spirit
It’s a well-worn joke that’s pulled out every Christmas – will those hard-to-buy-for members of the family be getting socks, jocks or chocs this year?
No one wants to think they’re giving a stock-standard, ‘ho hum’ kind of gift, but it can be hard to find new and exciting pressies while sticking to a reasonable budget.
If you’re experiencing this same conundrum, trust us when we say: this time – it’s personal.
A personalised present is the heartfelt (and budget-friendly) option that can make even an ordinary present seem extraordinary, and to get you started, we’ve hand-picked our most perfect personalised gifts to suit every member of your family.
1. For your Father Christmas
This Christmas, there’s no better way to show your friends, family and colleagues you care than with a personalised pressie.
From pet names to personal jokes, a personalised gift lets your creativity, love and sense of humour shine through.
Whether you need a unique Secret Santa option, a pressie for your littlest elves, or to help a couple rekindle their romance, we’ve wrapped up the top 10 personalised Christmas gifts to suit every recipient on your gift list.
1. Say ‘cheers’ to your colleagues with a personalised gift set
Getting the right Secret Santa present can be daunting, and it’s made even harder when you’re allocated a colleague you’re not so close with, or when you’re sticking to a tight budget.
But there are plenty of low-
If you’ve got a foul-mouthed friend or a cheeky chum who is always hard to buy for, never fear - we’ve put together the best list of naughty Christmas gifts for 2019.
Just make sure you don’t accidentally order extra for your sweet Grandma Joan, okay?
1. For the friend who loves a good, ol’ fashioned swearing session over a drink (or seven)
Yes, there are alternatives – whose parents didn’t try to convince them that “shush up!” and “fiddle sticks!” were as good as the real s- and f-words? – but now you’re an adult, you’re welcome to use them as frequently as you bloody well please.
If you’ve got a friend or family member who doesn’t seem to know how to punctuate a sentence without a loud curse word, then this range is for them. All you’ll need to know
You may think we’ve barely shrugged off winter’s chill, but trust us – it’s never too early to start thinking about your Christmas shopping!
There are many great bargains to be had for early birds this festive season, so if you’re hoping to catch the worm (and some great Christmas presents, too), take a look at our top tips for early Christmas shoppers.
The idea of hitting the shops in the week before Christmas fills many of us with dread. And just who are these fearless people who are willing to battle the Christmas Eve crowds and take advantage of extended trading hours? We don’t know, and while we certainly salute your moxie, there’s a better way!
Doing your shopping online in October and November means you’ll get it all out of the way before the rest of the
Christmas is just around the corner! Last month we ran a competition to hear about the worst Christmas present you have ever received.
Congratulations to Michaela Best who won the competition with her worst present being used nail polish - "The worst Christmas present I've ever received was a used nail polish...yes that's right USED!"
Thank you to everyone who participated, here are some of the other great worst Christmas presents submitted by you:
Jessica Coveny - "I'd have to say the maternity top my friend got me one year... and I wasn't even pregnant!"
Christine Alley - "My worse Christmas gift was some boxed soap from my Grandmother, and the card read "Happy Birthday Vera" (my Grandmother's name haha!)"
Danni Kennedy - "A packet of balloons. Yup."
Teagan Wheeler - "One year my extended family forgot about getting presents for the kids so quickly raided our great-grandparents