Christmas gift ideas for someone who has everything 2019

Win Christmas by finding the perfect gift for someone who's got it all.

Everyone knows someone who has everything, but you still need to find them a present! This year, you’re going to be prepared. We’ve scoured the internet and hand-picked some of the coolest, quirkiest and most unique Christmas gifts out there, so you’re sure to find just the thing for the trickiest person on your list.

Experience gifts

Silverstone Super Car Driving Experience
Silverstone Super Car Driving Experience

Buyagift

Tandem Skydiving Experience
Tandem Skydiving Experience

Buyagift

Murder Mystery Hotel Break
Murder Mystery Hotel Break

Buyagift

Personalised gifts

Personalised Face on Socks
Personalised Face on Socks

Prezzybox

Any Map Etched Beer Glass
Any Map Etched Beer Glass

Not on the High Street

Personalised Your Life In Pictures book
Personalised Your Life In Pictures book

Prezzybox

Tech and gadget gifts

Smartphone 3 In 1 Lens Set
Smartphone 3 In 1 Lens Set

Prezzybox

Quirky gifts

Sparkle Drops (To make your Gin and Tonic shimmer)
Sparkle Drops (To make your Gin and Tonic shimmer)

Not on the High Street

100 Movies Scratch Bucket List Poster
100 Movies Scratch Bucket List Poster

Not on the High Street

Pickmaster Plectrum Punch V2
Pickmaster Plectrum Punch V2

Prezzybox

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What do you buy the person who has everything?

It can seem like a daunting prospect, but trust us they don’t actually have everything! There are just a few key things to remember when choosing a gift:

  • Don’t get bogged down trying to think of something they want or need. They’ll probably already own it.
  • Think outside the box and aim for 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. Are they an animal lover? Adopt an endangered animal in their name.
  • A personal or handmade gift. A framed collage of photos of you together or scrapbooks of trips you’ve taken together are sure to be things they don’t already own!

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

Making a present by hand is actually a perfect option when shopping for those people who seem to have everything. If you’re looking for inspiration, check out these fun DIY gift ideas:

  • Crochet blanket, hat or scarf. If you’re handy with a crochet hook get creative with it and craft your loved one a blanket, hat or scarf and be sure to tell them it was made especially!
  • Homemade jams, mincemeat or baked goods. Are you a whizz in the kitchen? Whip up a tasty jam or rich mince pie filling, add a ribbon and you’ll have an easy gift.
  • Photo collage. A clssic handmade gift for those of us less creatively inclined, to give the photo collage a fresh edge try buying or making a large letter for their first or last initial and trim photos to fit inside it.
  • Customised gift basket. Fill a basket with things you know they’ll love. This can include snacks, wine, beer, DVDs, CDs or whatever you can think of!
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Top gift cards for someone who has everything

If your loved one is the ultimate picky shopper and you really can’t think of anything to buy them, then the gift of choice is always a wise one. Pick up a giftcard for their favourite retailer and let them choose their own gift!

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