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Top 10 Personalised Christmas Gift Ideas

Written by Jason Groom
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Originally published
October 6 2020,
updated
October 17 2020

Even before the virus hit many “bricks and mortar” shops had been waging a losing battle and, as customers remain wary of crowds, predictions point to another bumper Christmas for ecommerce. Safety and convenience though are not the only reasons. A growing number of personalised Christmas gifts lend themselves so perfectly to buying in this way, they’re unlikely to ever find themselves on the traditional High Street. We took a virtual stroll to pick out ten of the best and most affordable ones:

 

1. Personalised Christmas Story Book for Children
Every child's name creates an unique rhyming Christmas story. £19.95

mymagicname

 

2. The Classic Rugby Ball 
For budding sports stars, whether your name is Gilbert, Gary or Gertrude £34.99

ballpi

3. The Comic Book Annual
The first issue of the Beano hit newsstands in 1938 and in its 82 years has gathered plenty of fans. £32

beano

 

4.  Who’s the Daddy this Christmas?

A book about all those special “Daddy” Christmas memories. £23.00

mygivenname

 

5. The Elf T-shirt 
Available from 0 to 6 years, photo and text personalisation makes it both a gift and a keepsake! £14.99

itsyourstory

 

6. The Kids Journal

Kids really do say the funniest things and this childhood journal makes sure you never forget them. £26

lifeofsprout

 

7. The Social PhotoBook

A cool way to transform Facebook and Instagram photos into a beautiful hardback photobook. From £14.99

photobookgenius

 

8. The Classic Storybook

Raymond Briggs' magical “The Snowman” personalised to include your child in the heart of the story. £19.99

penwizard

 

9. One for Granny! - Adorable book explaining simple manners

Have fun alongside Milo, Mary and their magical Granny. £6.99

uhohmilo

 

10. The Pet Gift

Its Christmas treat the dog to a beer! From £3.99.

yappyxmas

 

Town centres across the land enjoyed a short-lived upswing during August as shoppers made the most of better weather and the easing of restrictions. But footfall is still low, particularly in bigger cities – 31% of pre-lockdown levels in central London, 49% in Manchester and 52% in Birmingham1. Not just consumers but office staff are staying away as many heed the call to “work from home if you can”.

So, while everything about Christmas is likely to be a little different this year, we’re hoping that browsing and buying from your armchair may help remove some of the stress.

 

1                https://www.propertyinvestortoday.co.uk/breaking-news/2020/9/does-the-high-streets-decline-represent-opportunities-for-resi-property-investors

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