10 Original gifts under 30 quid

10 Original gifts under 30 quid

With Christmas around the corner, and not much else to do in terms of going out, there is a lot of online shopping going on, i know for sure in my household! In this guide you will find a selection of highly original, if not unusual gifts to bring a smile to the recipient's face. You might also find a gift for the person who is impossible to buy for.

Goodordering under £30 gift guide

Nicholas Cage Wooden Spoon £5.50

A hilariously random gift with an underlying functionality is the Nicholas Cage wooden spoon available on Etsy HERE Perfect for the person who likes cooking but sort of has everything already.

Wooden spoon xmas gift guide by Goodordering

Face Socks £18-£25

There are a few different companies doing this online, the ultimate personalised gift. The best thing about this is that you can achieve a highly personalised gift at a really affordable price. You will also get major brownie points for originality.

Goodordering gift guide face socks

London map £30

Artworks which are also functional is what these stylish maps are all about. The newest addition to the range is the smaller A3 size map which makes a great present for those who have a connection to the areas featured on the maps. You can buy here at planetpatrol.co.uk/

London map Goodordering gift guide
Very Ugly Plates £10-£40

I first discovered these plates on instagram @veryuglyplatess and realised that you can buy them. The brand is based in Berlin, Germany, but they ship everywhere. I think these are great gifts because plates are ultimately functional and the message makes subversively interesting. The brand has since also expanded into mugs which widen the price bracket of these quirky gifts.

Very ugly plates Goodordering gift guide
Oak pen pot £25

Craftsman Jamie creates a range of hand carved items, the pen pot is one of my favourite simply because of the simplicity of the form and function. The best thing about this item is that you can give one each year over a number of years to create a long term collection. Originally discovered at Broadway market, Jamie's items are also now available to buy online. 

Wooden Plant pot by Jamie Gaunt
Covid Cyclist T-shirt Goodordering £25

Unisex white cotton t-shirt with spoof slogan Caution Covid Cyclist. This is a shout out to all the people who started riding bicycles during covid-19. A fun souvenir t-shirt that will keep alive memories of a very unique 2020. Available online to buy at Goodordering to buy now. HERE Whilst you are at Goodordering you can also pick up a tube saddle bag if your friend rides a bike. 

Goodordering covid cyclist t-shirt
Trump Candle £30 
A fun product that also looks cool, this candle also raises money for a good cause with  £5/$7 donation from each candle goes to the American Civil Liberties Union. The candle itself is a high-quality paraffin wax pillar candle in a hi-gloss pink finish. There’s no scent, just wax, 100% Buy online HERE

melt the melt trump pink candle
Ceramics £10-£30
Buy a whacky ceramic piece from an independent designer / maker. Look on directories or your local gallery to find artists local to you. local artist. Plants are all the rage right now so any piece of ceramics could be used as a planter for indoor plants. This screen shot below is from the instagram account of the DIY art shop with a physical store located in Hackney, East London
independent ceramics

Blank Ticket book £7.50

This blank ticket book can be used for a range of promise notes - from washing the dishes, a massage or a weekend get away. A good item to use for a stocking filler. Not a bad gift for a child either! Designed in the UK by suck UK.

TIcket book suck UK
Art Stamp £30

French artist Vincent Sardon based in Paris has completely re-invented the art of stamp making. The gift that keeps on giving, you can either create your own artwork to give away using the stamps OR you can give the stamp away as a gift itself. I've been captivated by these stamps through their instagram@le.tampographe.sardon

stamp maker paris
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