Thursday 10 December 2015

Christmas Gift Guide: Under £15

I think the smaller presents are always the hardest to buy. Whether it is for stocking fillers or secret santa between your family and friends, it is hard to buy something which they will use on a restricted budget.

This Alphabet Filled Scented Candle from Next is such a lovely present, and has the personal touch with the letters on them. For just £4, they look so much more expensive, and I think I might have to pick one up for myself.
Soap & Glory always bring out such fab gift sets every Christmas, and this years do not disappoint. I choose to put the Belle of the Ball gift set in this guide as it contains some really lovely, and well known products from the brand, and is great value for £12.
I saw the Personalised Nutella stall in Selfridge's myself and was intrigued. I think it is a great additional present for someone. The jars are 400g and I am sure they are around the £10 mark. If you know anyone who is a real Nutella fan, then this is the present novelty present.

I thought these Penguin Bootie Slippers from F&F at Tesco, they are really cute. They are £12, and are great for girls of all ages. I love that they have the little wings on the sides, and the fact that they are soft and snuggly.
I was surprised to see that this Charlotte Tilbury Makeup Bag from Selfridge's was just £15. Charlotte Tilbury is a high end makeup brand, and I think most people would think that this costs much more than it actually does.
Oliver Bonas do some really nice personalised gifts, including this Alphabet Charm Necklace for £14. I would love to receive this myself, and I think I am going to get this for my sister as a little additional present.

I love getting stationery bits and bobs for Christmas and I think these Anchor Mini Notebooks from Paperchase are really lovely. These would be great a student, blogger or someone who likes to constantly jot things down. I think they are great value for £5, as Paperchase can be expensive sometimes.
I am a big fan of Tanya Burr's cosmetic line, and I think this little set is a great present for someone who likes makeup or is a fan of Tanya's. The Tanya Burr Merry Kissmas set costs £10, and includes an exclusive makeup bag which contains two miniature lipglosses and one of her limited edition shimmer pots.
I am a huge fine of Fleur De Force's eyelash range, my favourites are the Fleur & Fabulous lashes. They sit really nicely on the lash line, and give just the right amount of flutter. They are not over the top or too long, and they look very natural. They are great value for £5.95, and I think they are just as good as MAC lashes. These are perfect to go in a stocking for a girl who loves to dress up!

Have you seen anything which you fancy picking up for Christmas?



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