Christmas gift guide (sponsored post)

Christmas gift guide

Still searching for festive gifts? Relax, crack out the mince pies and have a look at our Christmas gift guide.

We’ve got everything from quirky mugs to iridescent jewellery and statement festive jumpers, that’ll make your faves truly grateful on Christmas day.

Emily Johnston

Emily Johnston Glass

Emily Johnston Glass makes geometric-inspired glass jewellery and homewares, cut and handmade in Cornwall. Her pieces are minimal, with a modest and original design; curated to fit into your life, simply and beautifully. Get 10% with the code molliemakes.

Batch 1


This soft and snuggly Mince Pies Before Guys sweatshirt by Batch1 is fab for cosying up at home this winter, and an on-trend take on the Christmas jumper. Visit their site for more fun festive designs and get 10% off your whole order with the code MOLLIE10.

Baby Yorke

Baby Yorke Designs

Baby Yorke Designs is a slogan jumper company, focusing on glitter and metallic, and specialising in clothing for all the family. Its Mama Elf and Let it Snow Christmas jumpers are bestsellers this year, and feature rose gold glitter.

Emmeline Simpson

Emmeline Simpson

Emmeline Simpson is an artist and designer who’s passionate about collage. She begins each item with a line drawing, which is then embellished with collage pieces taken from torn magazines. Emmeline produces unique gifts, incorporating her designs of the cityscapes of Bristol, Bath, London, Oxford, Cardiff and Edinburgh. Her range includes tea towels, coasters, placemats and mugs, all made in the UK.

Ink Drops

Ink Drops

There’s something indescribably moreish about stationery, isn’t there? And we love that it feels like a treat, but is practical, too. Get your fix with a monthly delivery, a mini subscription or a special edition box, all curated with love by Ink Drops.

Make it Design

Make it in Design

Looking for a unique Christmas gift for the maker in your life? Winter School is an exciting four week, global online design event, giving creatives the chance to work to the latest trend briefs. An ideal way for them to expand their portfolios and get networking.


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