Still don’t know what to buy your loved ones this Christmas? Take a look at the third instalment of our Christmas shop picks and worry no more…
Plywood Playing Cards
Made from birch plywood, these playing cards are a standard 52-card deck with a difference. They include interlocking slots which allow you to stack and build the cards however you like, so you can build and play creatively and competitively. Maybe even construct the biggest 3-D version of spider solitaire possible.
These coin purses are perfect for any animal lovers – they’re available in three different designs: owls, foxes and birds. Complete with a classic kiss clasp and are made with a polyurethane cover, any unwanted dirt or damage can be cleaned off easily. A wonderful gift to keep the pocket money safe.
You’ve had a great idea in the shower, but of course nothing or nowhere to jot it down. Or a long train of thought comes to mind, but the pouring rain has made the writing process all the more difficult. That’s where the waterproof notebook comes in. This handy piece of stationary allows you to write notes without having to worry about them getting damaged – you can even tear the pages out for ideas worth sharing.
Includes a graphite pencil.
9 x 15 cm.
Totally Awesome Mum and Dad Mugs
If you’re stuck for ideas on what to get your mum or dad, then these mugs ought to do the trick. Made from 100% china, the illustrative design is enough to show off mum or dad’s official award, yet isn’t too garish that it’ll clash with the rest of the crockery. Plus, you’ll get bonus points for the extremely complimentary message.
9cm high, 8cm diameter.
Brass Grid Cufflinks
The simple design of these brass grid cufflinks means that it’ll be virtually impossible to find a shirt it doesn’t match. The cufflinks are made from an uncoated metal that ages over time, developing a richer and darker tone. A classic and timeless present.
14 mm diameter.
Polar Ice Bottle
Mopping up the remains of a tipped over ice-tray will be a thing of the past. This polar ice bottle has a handy lid and a cut-off point that lets you know when you’ve got enough water to freeze. What’s more, the arctic container will stop the cubes absorbing any crumbs or odours. A quick bang on the counter and the ice cubes will pour out without individual care. Freezing ice will never be a chore again.