When you are deciding what Christmas gifts to get, some people are really easy to buy for. They like a large range of things, and you’d never class them as fussy. Some people, on the other hand, are hard to buy for. They seem to have lots of different things or have quite specialized hobbies and interests. So what are some special gifts that you could get them for Christmas? Mostly, I think that showing you have taken plenty of time to think about them, and what they like, is the best gift. Sometimes it really is the thought that counts. If you want to get an extra special gift, though, here are some of my ideas.
Tick Something Off Their Bucket List
We all have a list of things that we would like to do one day. Even if it isn’t written down, we all know some things that we would like to do. I don’t think a gift can get much better than helping someone to achieve one of those goals. It might be that they want to take a ride in a hot air balloon. It might be that they would like to have a fancy afternoon tea at a hotel. It might be to travel to another country. Of course, the latter would be quite expensive. But you could get something like a personalised money-box for them. Then they can start saving for their dream trip. If you don’t know precisely what some of their dreams are, then be subtle and ask a few questions. You could always get someone else to help find out for you!
A Special Piece of Jewellery
If you look at many different occasions, so many of them are marked with a special piece of jewellery. Think of anniversaries, or landmark birthdays. They are quite often marked by getting a piece of jewellery, set with a stone that signifies the time length. Getting a stunning piece of jewellery doesn’t have to just be saved for anniversaries, though. Christmas is the perfect time to get something a little fancy. You could get a necklace, bracelet or even a special Tacori ring. Choose a long-lasting metal, so it can stand the test of time. It could even be something that becomes somewhat of a family heirloom.
Give the Gift of Time
How many of us wish there were more hours in the day sometimes? I think pretty much most of us do. So if you are able, offering your time is such a precious gift. It could be that you give them homemade vouchers for things that you can offer. A foot rub, a car wash, or a house clean, for example. If they have little ones, it could be the offer of babysitting. Quite often people find it hard to arrange to go out when they have children. So you could give them a date and time that they need to be out of the house! Then it will definitely happen. Just think outside the box, and it will make a really special gift.