09 Dec Gift Ideas For A Cosy Christmas
The festive season is truly upon us, and in between drinking mulled wine and eating mince pies, you might need to think about your Christmas shopping! It’s time for treating our loved ones, and you want to buy a gift that they’ll not only love, but make use of too. Sure, novelty gifts can be fun and provide a few giggles, but they’ll end up in the bin more often than not. Don’t let you gift get thrown away with brussel sprouts! A gift that your recipient can use is much more important that toilet golf or a mini table tennis set, however fun these may be!
Struggling to source the perfect gift? Don’t worry, we’ve come up with some great ideas for a cosy Christmas! We’re thinking Netflix, snacks and a lot of sofa time. What else is Christmas for after all? It’s all about winding down, enjoying some ‘me’ time and indulging. These gifts are simply perfect for a relaxing Christmas…
Faux Fur Throw
A lavish faux fur throw is always a fantastic gift idea! It’s ideal for snuggling in over this cold snap! Who could say no? Adding the perfect cosy touch to any living room, we’d all be happy to have one of these under our Christmas tree! After all, you don’t want to get chilly whilst you’re catching up with your favourite boxset, do you?
As if the adorable heart print on this wheat bottle isn’t enough, this Christmas gift is also eco-friendly! The perfect treat for a friend or colleague, these wheat bottles can be simply popped into the microwave to heat up, and be used similarly to a hot water bottle. Soothe any aches, pains, or just use it to remain warm and cosy! The design will also look super cute on any sofa.
Candle Gift Set
A flickering candle can really set a beautiful atmosphere, especially at this gloriously festive time of the year! This gift set from Ecoya features three chic candles scented with lotus flower, French pear, sweet pea, and jasmine. Natural waxes, and lead free cotton wicks ensure these candles are natural and environmentally friendly. These candles are also free from any beeswax, making them a perfect treat for any vegan friends!
Cosy Cardigan Mug
You may not feel like your recipient *needs* a cosy cardigan mug, but seriously, how cute are these?! We adore them, and you should too. Keep your hot chocolate warm whilst you relax by the fire on a cold winters evening. The perfect stocking filler for all, these cute little cup cardigans are available in a range of colours, though we quite like the red for a festive touch.
A Velour Robe
The perfect gift ALL year round, a comfy dressing gown! For ultimate cosiness and luxury, this velour style is just perfect. Wrap up in total comfort as you step out of a relaxing hot bath for a home-spa feel. A must have for men, women and children alike, this will always be a well-received present.
Socks may seem to be the obvious stocking filler, but they’re a handy gift that everyone needs! Why not jazz up the usual black ankle sock collection for something a little more festive? We love these cute Christmas pudding socks with fleece lining for extra warmth. A Christmas novelty present that will actually be used. We approve!
Luxury Hot Chocolate
Who doesn’t love settling down to a good Christmas film with a delicious mug of hot chocolate? It’s what the festive season is all about! Switch on Home Alone, settle down into a nice cosy throw and enjoy a sip of this luxury dark hot chocolate. With lush, creamy undertones and a peppery finish, this is perfect for any chocolate fiends.
Do you feel prepared for Christmas, or will you be braving the crazy festive rush? Just remember not to leave it too late! You don’t want to end up in a whirlwind of Christmas panic, so clear up your schedule for an hour and begin writing your list. And, if you really want to beat the crowds, we’d suggest online shopping! Hopefully these cosy Christmas gifts have given you a little inspiration to set out on your own festive shopping.
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