Christmas gift guide

I pride myself on gift giving, the excitement of getting something so perfect for someone and it getting to the day, them opening it and loving it, really is the best feeling!

So here is a little guide of ideas for gifts for your loved ones. I will be doing another gift guide very soon with great secret Santa gifts, this guide is perfect for family!


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This book is perfect for the little one in the family!

Not only does it come as a train but you can get it in multiple designs which can be suited to boys and girls.

The best thing about the book is that it’s not just a book, it’s a road to play with and it converts into a train!

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Unicorns are all the rage at the moment, from little children to teens (and older!) This LED light is a nice alternative to something that is overly sparkly, it can add the perfect amount of pizazz to your room without going OTT.



Screen Shot 2017-12-03 at 13.37.10.pngThis one is slightly pricier but still a great idea for the budding gardener who also likes beer! (here’s looking at you dads…)






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This is also on the pricey side, but I’ve always thought getting a genuine leather notebook and a pen with it, is a lovely gift. And with Not on the High Street you can get it personalised.







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This is a gorgeous print for your partner.
You can have the soundwave print to say what ever you want, whether it’s of you saying ‘I do’ or simply ‘I love you’ it can be anything.


Lucy xox

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