Hi Everyone! Today I have a last minute stocking gift filler post for anyone who’s planning on doing some last minute Christmas shopping either today or on Christmas Eve! So I’ve put together a few gifts that are budget friendly and make gorgeous presents!
*All gifts that are mentioned are available on the high street and are either £15 or under!*
*I think that a miniature hand cream makes for a perfect present, especially at this time of the year when its so cold outside. This particular hand cream is from Cath Kidston and is £4.*
*Anything bath related for the ladies in my life is always a winner and Fat Face have these super cute mini Christmas crackers filled with bath salts retailing for just £6. I think they look cute enough that you wouldn’t even need to wrap them!*
* As part of my mums present this year I’ve bought her the lavender bath salts from Neals Yard. This is a really luxurious present to receive retailing at £15. It would make for a perfect bath and could be a great present for anyone who finds it hard to get to sleep. I also think that the little wooden scooper is really sweet. *
*As everyone knows I’m the biggest fan of LUSH but at Christmas they really do nail adorable bath bombs. I’d recommend picking up the Snowman as a stocking filler as because he is a bath melt, he’ll give your loved one two baths instead of just one as a bath bomb would do. The snowman’s scent is more citric than sweet which makes for the perfect Christmas smelling bath*
*Oliver Bonas have become my go to trinket shop for gift ideas over the last few years. I bought myself this little cat dish a few months ago and I love it as a place to put my jewellery. I can’t remember the price but it was definitely under £15.*
*Another gift that is super affordable but still so gorgeous are the Ted Baker Fragrance sprays. These sprays are perfect to throw in your hand bag and look so pretty. The smell is the classic Ted Baker scent which is florally and sweet. This retails at only £3!*
*Bed socks in my family has became some what of a traditional gift to receive. I think that some of the big stores are starting to realise how much everyone loves some cosy socks as they are beginning to be packaged super cute. I’ve picked up these ones from Next £7 that are in a gorgeous box with an illustration of various animals.*
*A lovely idea is to gift someone with a book at Christmas. There’s something cosy about reading during the period between Christmas and New Year and what better book to read than Harry Potter £7.99. Especially with the gorgeous illustrated cover editions*
So there we have it my last minute on a budget Christmas gift guide! Hopefully its given you some inspiration if your looking for stocking fillers! Leave me a comment below and follow my blog to keep up with my future content!