Brilliant Ideas for Secret Santa - By Bethany Pembrook

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Brilliant Ideas for Secret Santa
Posted On 12/12/2017 2:43:07 AM
Category: Christmas Gifts    
 


It’s getting closer, the last day at work, the Christmas works do, a Christmas meal between friends, and you still haven’t bought your secret Santa gift. Sometimes it’s the money limitation and other times you get the one person you have no idea what to buy them, this is a little list of ideas you can try on for size.

Fidget Cube

A great gift for someone in the office you know is always messing around whilst trying to concentrate. A fidget cube is a small device with different faces great for the busy hands, the different sides include a switch, joystick, roller ball and you get the idea each face is different and it's great for helping people concentration in the office. There are also fidget spinners now if you think they would prefer it and the come in all different designs too, superhero spinners for example. The spinner does as it states, it just spins so they're both cheap options but this will be the only choice you’ll have to make.

Charms

If you’re lucky enough to get a close friend in your secret Santa draw, when not get them a bigger surprise. Buying them ladies jewellery is a gift they’ll be amazed at, especially if they were expecting something low budget. Charms don’t have to be expensive either, they start in gold and silver for around £10 and if you find the right meaningful charm, the price won matter. If they do have a designer charm bracelet though, buying them something like a Thomas Sabo charm would be a great surprise idea from them.

Smartphone Projector

Got a techy friend for secret Santa? Smartphone projectors are incredible for the price. They start at around £10 and use and a little box to transform the user’s smartphone into a projector. So, movies on the go have been reinvented so you no longer need to watch from a small screen. In the long run, you could be saving your friend hundreds in cinema ticket prices.

Rubik’s Cube

Guaranteed entertainment for at least 10 minutes, Rubik’s cubes can be a great secret Santa gift if you're struggling to think of anything. If it’s an office gift it will be even better sitting on the receiver’s desk for them to have a play with when the occasion arises. Rubik’s Cubes can be bought for less than £5 so regarding secret Santa budgets it probably makes the cut for most.

Grow Your Own…

A grown your own plant is a great gift this time of year, it offers the receiver must more than a novelty gift and has more of a thought process involved. There different plants to pick from and some even offer a tasty end, there’s grow your own chilli’s, bonsai and even a Venus fly trap. They are family cheap to purchase and it's certainly an unusual gift you buy so it’ll up the creative game for next year’s secret Santa for sure.

 
Tags: Christmas, jewellery, santa, womens, gifts, gifts
 

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