Have a merry original Christmas
There’s nothing worse than giving a loved one a gift at Christmas only to find out they already have it. That Lionel Rich Tea mug or reindeer slippers seemed so unique in your shopping basket, but now you need to think where you put the receipts.
Get a helping of gift giving confidence with our guide to the best original websites to pick up this year’s pressies. From unicorn tears and flying saucers to quirky doormats and diamond glasses, we’ve got a list of websites that’ll make shopping a piece of Christmas cake.
With the tagline ‘Not For Everyone’ Firebox have a long tradition of providing one-of-a-kind gifts via their website. This makes a unicorn onesie or an underwater disco lightshow the ideal unique gift for the person who has everything.
Pick a quirky gift from Firebox.
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If the target of your festive gift giving cheer prefers items they can eat over clothes and gadgets then this site might hit the sweet spot. Moreso if they’re old enough to remember the classic treats from the old fashioned shops that sold them.
Take a look and get ready to Wham, Dip Dab or Fizz Wiz your way through the festive season.
Scoop up some sweets from AQuarterOf.co.uk.
I want one of those
From eye-catching glass globe whiskey decanters to aviator swivel cowboy chairs. The homeware section of I want one of those has everything a budding house needs to become a home.Choose a gift from IWantOneOfThose.com.
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