Call these treats for yourself or gift ideas. I thought I'd combine some super festive things into one post!
Starting from the top...
Lily Flame Christmas Pudding Candle
(£7.48 - eBay here)
I'm a total sucker for a festive candle come December and this listing has many - Silent Night, It's Christmas, Ho Ho Ho!, Cranberry Crush and Winterwood. They all sound great and come with topping on the top of the candle wax.
Wooden Block Calendar
(£5.00 Matalan in-store)
I spotted this in-store last week and instantly thought how it could be used as a more grown up way of counting down to Christmas. Then of course used through out the year as a desk calender.
Tesco Christmas Socks
(2 for £2 - Tesco here or in-store)
Fun festive socks are a must at Christmas. This year Tesco have a great range of Christmas socks that are well worth the £1 price tag. I own quite a few pairs now.
Nails Inc Mini Best Dressed Nail Polish Set
(£16.00 - ASOS here)
Oh, how badly I want to treat myself to this set! The glitters are just perfect for Christmas and seem a lot more exciting than last years mini set.
Asda Red Alpine Seasonal Mug
(£2.50 - Asda here out of stock but still in-store!)
One of my favourite recent Christmas buys! This is a large teacup shaped mug that is just so festive and fun. Sadly it is out of stock but 100% check in store. However the grey version is in stock here.
China Glaze Happy Holiglaze Mini Nail Polish Set
China Glaze know how to do festive nail polishes! I treated myself to a mini set last year and will be using the polishes again this year as I love the glitters so much. These two sets are the lowest I could find them online, plus you receive £1 off when you 'like' their Facebook page at the checkout.
Let It Snow - 3 short stories
(£5.75 - Amazon here)
Reading is normally out of the question in the run up to Christmas as I'm too busy blogging, Christmas shopping or wrapping presents. But this year I want to make time for a Christmas read before bed. This looks ideal as it's three stories in one and includes a festive story from the wonderful John Green.
(£13.52 - Amazon here)
If you love to cook or read cookbooks then this is a must! This is the most festive cook book ever, full of yummy food and DIY food gift recipes. It's also a really large size so that is can sit on the coffee table and look pretty!
ASOS Check Print Scarf
(£4.50 - ASOS here)
Last but not least a Christmas-y looking scarf that will go with everything! I was tempted to buy the much talked about tartan scarf from Primark however I'm loving this much more for the festive red and green colours in it.
Why does there have to be soooo many nice things out for Christmas? I want it all!
Labels: Christmas 2013 , wishlist