Hiya guys, it’s time to share my Holiday Gift Guide For Her today! This year, I feel like we’ve had the time to find new hobbies, learn new things and practice some self care. So, with that in mind, I’ve tried to find gifts that enable you to do all of those things!
I’m also trying to support some smaller businesses this year. Of course, the convenience and cheaper price of some of the giants is alluring and I’m not saying every single gift isn’t from Amazon etc. However, I tried really hard to find gifts from smaller businesses because this year has been tough.
So, let’s get into my Holiday Gift Guide For Her!
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- Yes She Can Embroidery Hoop Kit for Beginner’s – £21.95 from CottonClara via Etsy.
I would love to learn embroidery and this kit is agreat start. I also love the message because I’m all for strong women. This would be perfect for some down time, where you want to just sit quietly and do something or learn a new skill.
- Hummingbird Eye Mask – £22 from Elizabeth Scarlett.
Elizabeth Scarlett makes the most beautiful things. And the patterns come in ranges of eye masks, makeup bags, pouches, coin purses and bags. The patterns are stunning and I’ll be mentioning another one later on in this Holiday Gift Guide for Her. If you have trouble sleeping or just need to unwind and switch off from the world, this eye mask is just the thing. And it’s cute!
- Constellation Wellness Journal – £24.99 from Papier.
I bought a wellness journal at the beginning of the year and I found it super helpful. Each week I’d sit and write my worries, what I’d overcome, what I was grateful for, how I was feeling etc. It just felt good to get it off my chest and write it down. This wellness journal is gorgeous and can be personalised.
- Grey Soft Touch Hoodie – £16 from Tu at Sainsbury’s.
I haven’t bought this (yet!) but I felt it in store and oh my goodness, it is SO soft and cosy. It’s the perfect hoodie for lounging around and it will keep you warm. I’ve been really impressed with Sainsbury’s knitwear recently. I picked up my Christmas jumper from there and again, it’s so soft! I think I am going to have to buy this for myself as it’s just too gorgeous and an amazing price!
- Soy Christmas Candle Making Set – £22 from TeePeeCrafts Etc. via Etsy.
This set is gorgeous and you can fill your house with Christmas scents and have the added bonus of knowing you made it yourself! The kids could help as well, supervised of course. But this is the perfect gift to just take some me time and make something that is going to smell amazing!
- Personalised Vegan Eco Pampering and Relaxing Kit – £29.90 from Aphrodite & Ares
This kit includes all you need to have a pamper session, plus it’s entirely plastic free and vegan. This would make a great gift for you or a loved one. There are bath salts, an exfoliating mitt, candle and soap bar to help you relax and unwind.
- Klara Printed Jersey Pyjamas – £65 from Hush.
Once you’ve pampered yourself with the above kit, there’s nothing better than getting into a cute, soft pair of pyjamas. These ones from Hush are my pick this year. They’re not cheap, but if there’s one time to treat yourself, it’s Christmas. These look so soft and cosy and I love the print and colour.
- Zebra Mustard Velvet Everyday Pouch – £28 from Elizabeth Scarlett.
I told you I’d be mentioning Elizabeth Scarlett again! This time it’s this cute zebra print everyday pouch.These look super roomy and the prints on them are stunning. There’s a bee one, hummingbird, flamingo, star signs… so many to choose from! This zebra one really caught my eye though!
- Weaving Loom Kit – from £15 from Wool Couture Company via Etsy.
I used to have a kids loom when I was young. It was so fun! I am useless when it comes to things like this, so this would be perfect to help me learn. Plus, it’s a quiet, calming activity to get away from the chaos of this year for a bit.
- Pure Cashmere Star Scarf – £69 from Marks and Spencer.
I know this is a lot for a scarf, but for pure cashmere, this is pretty reasonable. Marks and Spencer does great cashmere for a semi-affordable price. (As do Uniqlo and London Cashmere Company). This will last you years, keep you toasty warm and it’s cute.
- Project E Beauty LED Light Therapy Mask – £99.90 from Amazon.
I bought this a few weeks ago and am loving it so far! I’ve wanted an LED light mask for years! These treatments have been available in salons for years, but it’s expensive! Once these masks started coming to the open market, I was interested. But again, they were £300-£400. I know there’s actual evidence that light therapy works, but you never know if something will work for you. So, I didn’t feel comfortable splashing the cash. However, I found this one on Amazon and it had good reviews, so I decided to give it a go because the price was great! (There’s also a 20% off voucher at the moment taking it down to £79). I’ve definitely noticed a difference in acne. The morning after using this my spots have calmed right down and dried out. I can’t form an opinion on the anti aging claims yet as I haven’t been using it long enough. It would make a great gift for that person in your life who is super into their skincare and anti aging!
- Laura Horn Visonary 2020-2021 Planner – £32 from Anthropologie.
I know this partly a 2020 planner, but it was too gorgeous not to include in this Holiday Gift Guide For Her! It’s stunning, I just love watercolour anything. There’s different sections all separated by a watercolour print. When my planner is pretty, it makes me more likely to use it, so I may have to pick this up for myself!
- Assorted Reusable Face Wipes – £21.50 from My January Baby.
I’ve switched to reusable face wipes this year as they’re so much better for the environment than cotton wool pads. I use my ones to remove my eye makeup with micellar water. I love all the different patterns on these ones and the fact you can personalise them. These are made using fabric offcuts which would otherwise go to landfill which is great!
- Live to Dream Gold Pen with pen sleeve – £12.99 from Katie Loxton.
With the wellness journal and planner I’ve shared, you need a nice pen to write in them don’t you? This one is gorgeous and comes with its own sleeve.
- Handmade Silk Face Masks – £8.50 from GoldenxHour via Etsy.
We all need face masks this year and a lot of us are also suffering with the dreaded “maskne”. Silk is mean to be better and more gentle on your skin, so I’ve picked out these gorgeous, hand made in the UK silk masks. I’ve seen silk masks for £40, so these are reasonable and you’re supporting a small business. Important note: These are only single layer, you need extra protection if you’re going to actually get the protection from using a mask, so make sure to buy some filters or use coffee filters. Of course, these are not medical masks and shouldn’t be used as such.
- Personalised Chain Intertwined Circle Bracelet – £79 from MerciMamanGifts via Etsy.
I just love this bracelet. It’s dainty, but has that personal touch, which means you’ll treasure it for years. You can get it in gold, silver or rose gold and add names or dates to the circles. It’s simple, but elegant and I think it would make a gorgeous gift for that someone special.
And there we have it! My Holiday Gift Guide for Her! I hope this has been helpful and you find something for your loved one. I’ll be back with my Gift Guide for Him tomorrow!