We all have that one friend or family member who is the most difficult to buy for. Whether that’s because they have everything or perhaps they tell you ‘they don’t really mind’ what you get them. NOT HELPFUL I hear you say. Therefore, I have come up with some Christmas gift ideas that are great for those people. After facing this dilemma pretty much every year, I have come up with a full proof list that guarantees to please even the most difficult to buy for.
Activity class or sports session
Do you think they need to relax more? Do they enjoy being active? In that case, maybe they would enjoy a couple of yoga sessions or a one on one sports session with a professional? If they are creative, maybe they would enjoy some art classes? These kinds of gifts show a lot of thought, and it is something they can look forward to after Christmas is over. Plus, you never know, you might have introduced them to their new favourite hobby!
A day trip
I always find you can’t go wrong with giving someone an entry ticket to somewhere you think they might enjoy. Do they love animals? In that case a pair of tickets to a local zoo would be perfect! Or maybe they enjoy a stroll round museums or art galleries. If you do some research a day ticket to these kinds of places would make the perfect gift they can use for themselves and a loved one.
This is definitely a fave Christmas gift idea of mine. I love getting a gift for someone that is nice for them to receive and also helps someone else, in fact a whole community can benefit from some of the gifts. Whether it is buying a goat for a family in Africa, providing care for someone affected by Cancer, or educating a child (which cost just £19!), there are a range of charities who offer different packages that can help those in need all around the world.
Just some amazing charities with Christmas gift ideas are:
Make a scrap book
Who doesn’t love the nostalgia of looking back through past memories and what better way to do that than making someone a scrap book. With so many pictures just stored on our phones and computers, it is a rare thing to actually bother printing them off nowadays, let alone taking the time to put the best ones together in a book.
That’s why a scrap book filled with great memories is a great gift idea for someone and is likely to be treasured a lot more and a lot longer than the novelty of a new piece of clothing. It is a very thoughtful and sentimental gift that someone can look back on for years to come and pour over with their family and friends. Plus – it’s almost as much fun making them as it is giving it away!
You can find some beautiful scrapbooks here.
What are your favourite Christmas gift ideas?