So this week I thought I’d give a guide to Christmas gifts, as by this time some people are super stressing about what they have to get for Karen from Finance (by the way, does Karen really need a gift?) – but this is a guide also for the people that are close to you that are so hard to buy gifts for (not looking at you Mum).
Then you can get origami paper off Ebay for not much, and for the colours you choose, and you can also select a glass vase also to put it in. You can make the colours your giftee’s favourite colours, or to fit in with their home, and you can also add lights also, like this! Just make sure you are safe with the lights as it is paper and you don’t want hunky firemen over at your friends house when it burns down. Or do you?
2. Wrapping Presents
There are some cool ways to wrap gifts these days. I personally love the ideas below.
I’m always looking for ways to use my Hello Kitty Instax camera (Here’s my review of it) and how I can use my cool photos as part of gifts and art. These ideas are fantastic as it really makes it personal. I suggest getting pictures of peoples kids, dogs, or important moments, then saving them for wrapping gifts, as it really makes it super personal. I also love the bells on a string idea, and the little reindeer!
3. Happy Jar
I have written a blog about this (Read here) in more depth so check it out if you want further information! This is a great gift for someone who gets the January/February blues, and needs to know that there is light at the start of March. It’s a great mental health tool that I have given to a few of my friends and it really helps!
These are a few ideas that will hopefully help you in your quest to be the best gift giver after Santa Claus and give Barbara (remember her from last blog?) a run for her money. Send me pics and tag me in social media if you do any of these ideas, I’d love to see them!
PS I’ve included a few blog links that are in my blog however if you want something different try these!