How on earth are there less than two weeks left until Christmas?! Time is flying by so quickly, and there’s not long left to get the shopping done. This year though, I’ve been super organised (so much I’ve surprised myself) and got most of my Christmas gifts bought and wrapped in record time. One thing I have to thank for that is the huge selection of Christmas gifts at Moonpig. That’s right – Moonpig!
I had absolutely NO idea that Moonpig stocked gifts, so I was pleasantly surprised when I was contacted to work with the online store recently! Sure, we all know that Moonpig sell cards (and pretty great ones if I do say so), but gifts was something completely new to me. They actually have a pretty huge range, with everything from foodie gifts and flowers to alcohol and branded gift sets. There’s definitely something for everyone on your shopping list this Christmas!
As I said, I’ve pretty much finished my Christmas shopping for this year, but still had a couple of extras left to buy, so I had a good browse through Moonpig’s Christmas gift section and found some brilliant treats. I’ll admit, some of these I’ll be keeping as gifts to myself! First in my basket had to be the Choc On Choc Biscuit Chocolates. Just look at them! A beautiful looking and equally delicious fun foodie gift that anyone would love to open on Christmas morning. I mean, what’s better than chocolates and biscuits? Chocolates that look like biscuits, of course!
The next gift I stumbled across was the Signography Magnetic Message Board – a brilliant idea for interior fans or even one for the kids! I had to purchase the letters for this separately as it doesn’t actually come with any, but either way, still a brilliant gift idea and a fun take on the usual message boards and light up letter boxes that I haven’t seen before.
A Christmas wish list wouldn’t be a wish list for me if it didn’t include some gin! In Moonpig’s Alcoholic Gifts section I spied a sweet little trio of Edinburgh Gin miniatures. This makes the absolute perfect gift for gin lovers or people who are wanting to try out some different flavours. It’s also a brilliant stocking filler for grown ups, or even a secret Santa gift! There are loads of different gin gifts available on the site. From well known brands such as Sipsmith, Bloom and Silent Pool to smaller batch companies too. So much to choose from!
The final gift I purchased, and one I let out an audible squeal for when I saw it on the Moonpig site, was an incredible Spectrum make up brush set. Had you told me a couple of weeks ago that you could find things like this hidden amongst the Christmas gifts at Moonpig, I wouldn’t have believed you! In fact, the beauty and fragrance gifts are just beautiful. I found the likes of Heyland & Whittle, Miss Patisserie and Lily Flame candles, all of which would make stunning gifts. Obviously I just had to get these brushes for my own collection – I’ve been wanted to try out Spectrum for a while now!
I am SO impressed with the Christmas gifts at Moonpig! Their selection is absolutely brilliant, and as you can see from what I picked out, really varied. I could have easily ticked off everyone on my list if I needed to. There’s something for the foodies, the beauty addicts, the home makers – everyone! They also have a great range of personalised gifts, as well as hampers and even experience days. If you’ve still got some shopping to do then I would definitely recommend taking a look! The fact you can get all the cards and presents sorted in one just makes life so much easier, too!
All of my items arrived next day with their First Class Royal Mail delivery option, or you can choose to have the items delivered directly to the recipients. Great if you’re buying for someone who lives further afield. Also, they all arrived in fun pink boxes – what more could you ask for?!
Thank you so much to Moonpig for helping me finish off the shopping and treat myself in the process too! I’ll definitely be turning to them in the future when I’m on the hunt for the perfect gift for birthdays, weddings and everything in between.
How are you getting on with your Christmas shopping?