Over the weekend I was browsing at Christmas gifts and I couldn’t resist my inner child. I know it’s not very creative but with some help from a little elf I’ve created this Christmas Gift Guide .
Firstly, some gifts for the glitter lovers like me. This was like glitter heaven for me. I love how the i phone case has an N on it. Unfortunately they only make them for i phone 6 at the moment. 😦
Glittery i phone cases $19.95 at Myer or Cotton On
Cup $6.99 at Typo Travel tea cup $14.99 at Typo
For the unicorn obsessed. I couldn’t help but think,”It’s so fluffy I could die” when I saw these. Only they’re not fluffy.
Unicorn Pen $6.99 from Typo Unicorn Cup $9.99 at Typo
Unicorn lip gloss $8Myer .95 at Myer Unicorn Putty
Notice how the cup says side effects include sweating rainbow and glitter.
And I haven’t forgotten children whom might be reading this blog. You can’t go wrong with some classic board games or some Lego. They’ll get the whole family involved. Or if you’re after a bit of tech that’s not too expensive, I found this touch activated LED watch where you press the face to see the time.
Pictionary and Jenga $25
For the tea and coffee drinkers. These keep cups will never grow old. You can get them in different sizes and colours and they’re good for the environment because you can reuse them. There’s even Star Wars ones available now for the males or for any Star Wars fans. And check out this cute tea infuser.
Keep Cups starting at $9.95 for small size Tea Infuser $17.95
For the budding scientist.
I spent some time thinking what exactly is this? It’s a bit pricey but it’s a pretty cute novelty gift. It’s called a Jab A Boo. You give it a squeeze and its hands come out like its playing peekaboo and its tongue sticks out too. You can get them in a Boo Bunny, Boo Bear, Boo dog or Boo cat. The Boo Bear and Bunny are my favourites.
Jab A Boo $17.95 at Myer
This whale ice ball mold that makes your ice cube in the shape of a solid circle, although a little pricey at $15 is cute.
And finally for the Disney Queen’s out there. Yes, that’s also me.
Happy gift buying! And remember it’s the thought that counts, not how big an item is or the price.