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Tuesday, 19 November 2013

Christmas Gift Guide 2013 - Stocking Fillers for Her

For some people mid November may still be a little early for Christmas shopping -my mum for example, but for me as soon as bonfire night passes it's all Christmas. I started my Christmas gift shopping a couple of months ago and I tend to the same each year, I like getting quite a few things bought and put away leaving less to buy closer to the time. Each year I see so many great things I love and think would make amazing gifts so I thought this year I would put together a "Gift Guide", four to be exact. Starting with this one, I will be doing stocking fillers for her and him, and then gifts for her and him.

Everyone is different with how much they spend and what kind of gifts they buy. For me I would say stocking fillers are those little extra thing you buy or smaller gifts that come in around £20 and under so that is what I have included in here.


1. Estella Bartlett Silver Plated Snowflake Necklace -£16. Estella Bartlett does the most beautiful dainty jewellery and this very pretty little snowflake is such a sweet gift for someone who doesn't wear over-the-top pieces.

2. Diorific Vernis Nail Polish in Minuit -£20. I would never normally spend £20 on one single nail polish but this is kind off special. I fell in love with this shade when I was scrolling through gifts and the bottle is just amazing! Any beauty or nail fan would be thrilled to get this as a little gift.

3. Butter London Double Take Fire Duo -£19. I didn't plan on including two nail polish gifts in the guide but I couldn't resist putting this in. Butter London polishes are great quality and this set is great for Christmas. They also do it in blue which I love, but the red is very festive.

4. Totes Bow Cable Knit Fleece Lined Slipper-sox -£15. I know some people like to get really big fancy gifts for Christmas but one of my favourite things to receive are socks and slippers, these are amazing and so super soft inside!

5. Aromatherapy Associates Little Bell -£10. I haven't used Aromatherapy Associates bath oils in quite a long time because they are quite a pricey thing to buy for your self. This little bell is a perfect little stocking filler for a fan of these oils or for anyone who hasn't tried them...plus the packaging is so cute!

6. Medium Red Apple Wreath Yankee Candle -£16.99. This is my all time favourite Christmas candle and if I had to suggest one as a gift for someone this would be it. Its not too fruity or too spicy and every time I smell it it brings me right back to the Christmas season.

7. Liz Earle Limited Edition Cleanse and Polish Set -£19.75. It can be hard to buy skin care for someone if you aren't sure abut their skin care needs. Cleanse and polish is for all skin types and is very gentle so makes a lovely safe gift. This limited edition set has a larger 150ml bottle of cleanser and come in a pretty festive box.

8. Tea Pigs Spiced Winter Red Tea -£4.49. Not even Christmas would be complete without a nice warm cup of tea. As tea lover I would love to find this Christmas blend in my stocking, and it even has a snowman on the box.

9. Asos Leather Touch Screen Bow Gloves -£18. Gloves make a great gift, especially leather ones. I love my leather gloves but hate having to take them off to use my phone! These are perfect. They are so beautiful and have a soft wool lining and best off all, you can use your phone without taking them off!

I hope this has helped give you some ideas, next up will be "Stocking Fillers for Him"

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  1. I love that you start Christmas shopping early! I'm behind this year lol. These are great gift ideas! Those teapigs look and sound lovely!

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    1. I really only start early because I am too excited and can't wait lol. I hope you catch up with it all soon! :)

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