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Christmas gifts for someone who has everything

Surprise the person who's already got it all.

Quilted Sherpa Reversible Electric Mattress Pads
Quilted Sherpa Reversible Electric Mattress Pads

Macy's

Zewik Antique Vintage Wooden DYI Music Box
Zewik Antique Vintage Wooden DYI Music Box

Amazon

Top stocking stuffers

18ct Gold Plated Silver Created Ruby &Diamond Accent Pendant
18ct Gold Plated Silver Created Ruby &Diamond Accent Pendant

Argos

Fossil Q Marshal Black Silicone Strap Smart Watch
Fossil Q Marshal Black Silicone Strap Smart Watch

Argos

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Flowers and gift baskets

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What do you buy the person who has everything for Christmas?

Don't panic. There are plenty of Christmas gift ideas for someone who has everything. There are just a few key things to remember when choosing a gift:

  • Don't try to buy them something they want or need. They'll probably already own it.
  • Think outside the box. What is something that they would never buy for themselves?
  • Pick something quirky. Things like movie or book memorabilia or sports merchandise. Obscure books, weird boardgames or gag and novelty gifts work too.
  • Donate to a charity or nonprofit organization. Consider making a donation in their name.
  • A meaningful or handmade gift. A photo collage of pictures of you together or maybe matching printed T-shirts are things they're unlikely to already own and will make special and sentimental gifts.

What are the best DIY Christmas gifts for someone who has everything?

Hand-making a gift is a great way to get around the fact that your recipient likely already has everything imaginable that you could buy from a store. Try these fun and thoughtful DIY gifts:

  • Crochet mermaid blanket. If you're handy with a crochet hook and you have a mermaid-loving friend, a super popular handmade mermaid blanket could be just the ticket.
  • Homemade butters or spreads. Whip up a batch or two of homemade apple butter, pumpkin butter, brown sugar honey butter or other recipes you've got up your sleeves and put them in mini mason jars.
  • Plant magnets. Drill a small hole in a couple of corks, add dirt and a mini succulent, and you've got the cutest plant magnets around!
  • Photo collage. Spice it up by buying or making a large letter for their first or last initial and trim photos to fit inside it.
  • Customized gift basket. Put together your own custom gift basket with random little things that you know they like. This could include their favorite snacks, wine, books and movies.

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Christmas deals and coupons

HP
Deal

Get up to 45% off and free shipping on computers

Adidas
Deal

Up to 50% off shoes, apparel and more

Target
Deal

Buy $50 worth of women’s clothing at Target and get a $10 gift card.

ASOS
Deal

20% off sitewide over $50 for new customers

Forever 21
Deal

60% off Final Few styles

T&Cs apply.
Forever 21
Deal

20% off your first in-app purchase

When you spend $65 or more.
Forever 21
Deal

2 for $30 select women's athletic styles

T&Cs apply.
Chewy
Deal

30% off your first Autoship order

Then 5% off all future Autoship deliveries. Free shipping on orders over $49.
Raddish
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Save $20 on a 12 month membership at checkout!

Raddish brings the whole family together in the kitchen and at the table. Teach kids to cook with these fun and educational kitchen kits. Free shipping.

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