Friday, 6 December 2013

I thought I'd do a little stocking filler christmas gift guide for under £15! They are very 'me' and gifts that I'd personally think were sweet, so hopefully they may give you some inspiration for some gifts for the festive period.

1. First off are the make-up sets that are currently in stock and are a new idea this year from Topshop, they have a few different packets with various items and colour-ways so be sure to check them out. You can get one with a lipstick and blush, one with a mascara and eye pencil and another with two lip bullets (two different colours- obviously). I think they are a lovely idea for presents and vary between £10-£12 which is not too bad for the products you get in them.

2. My Future Listography Book- If you're a list writing lover like me, then I think you will appreciate this quirky little number. 'This illustrated journal includes over 70 inspiring and thought-provoking list topics focusing on the THE FUTURE, encouraging users to think not only about memories/places/things of the past and present, but to think about future goals and aspirations. All prompts are all new/original and span a wide range of topics, such as list cities/countries to visit, cuisines to try, classes to take, habits to break/develop, artists/authors to check out, and many more!' 
I think this is such a sweet idea, and something that will be a great little stocking-filler.

3. These are a couple of super-pretty iPhone cases from Urban Outfitters. Pretty self explanatory really, but a nice idea if you're unsure of what to get someone and know they have an iPhone, or if you're doing a selection of goodies and need something extra to bulk it up.


5. Again another cute little idea for a stocking filler is this lunch box from New Look. If you're anything like me and are busy working or are at school all day long, then the best part of you're day is LUNCH! So Yay Lunch! explains my thoughts perfectly. It's cute and practical, what more could you want?

6. This Bunny ring holder from Asos is just so precious. You have the ears of the bunnies to stack up rings onto. A really sweet item to put on your desk, or bedside table. Would look really cute as an ornament without any jewellery on too!

7.  These salt and pepper shakers from Catch Kidston are a lovely item to give to any avid-baker, or cook. I seem to have a think for mushrooms and toadstools but these are so cute and can help brighten up any boring kitchen.

8. Benefit Asos Exclusive One Prime Day, is a great gift to give someone if they've never sampled some of Benefits beauty items but want to, or they're wanting to try these specific items. It comes with some of their best selling lines, such as the That Gal brightening face primer, the Porefessional and the Stay don't Stray primer. For £13.50, I don't think you can go wrong.

9. Again, it's a mushroom, but this time it's a mug! How can you resist one of these cute things. And to make it even better, you can use the lid as a lid (yes, hold on!) and the lid as a coaster, or a biscuit holder. A 3 in 1 mug, I'm going to leave it like that, need I say anymore?... oh one more thing, they come in green, blue, pink and red.

10. A midi ring gift set from River Island, an easy gift for someone you might now know very well, or you're trying to fill up some last little bits of a stocking. Midi-rings are so on trend right now, and this particular set has a nice mix that would suit/please anyone.

11. Hello Kitty lollipop, everyone loves a bit of candy at Christmas.

12. I got given one of these Cath Kidston make-up bags for my birthday this year and have used it every day since. They are so useful, and are big enough to fit all your daily essentials in and are also great for travelling. You could also fill this up with some other little goodies, like your current favourite make up items, lipstick, nail varnish etc. and give a really personalised gift to someone. If not, it's perfect how it is.

Let me know what you think of the gifts I've chosen, have you bought all you're presents yet?

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