Best Secret Santa gifts for Under £10

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With Christmas around the corner and many of us wondering what gifts to purchase, student Faron discusses the best Secret Santa gifts to buy for £10 and under!

“It’s that time of year again – the time for giving, sharing and decorating. Christmas. And for those on a budget, you may be struggling to find ideas for what to give someone as a secret Santa gift. Well, fear no more as I show you what you can get for £10 and under. This selection of gifts and trinkets will be appealing to all ages, interests and genders.

“1. WM Bartleet and Sons Traditional Porcelain Self-Serving Dish (£4.95, Amazon)

This stylish dish can not only be used for serving party nibbles such as nuts, corn chips and dips, it can also hold trinkets and soap, and as an ornament too. Made from high quality vitrified porcelain, this dish is microwave, oven, freezer and dishwasher safe as well.

“2.  Klikk Blue Three Piece Reusable Cutlery Set (£10, Oliver Bonas)

Excellent for those who travel a lot (and with hot food) this cutlery set (comprising of a knife, fork and spoon) snaps together and comes apart easily, allowing for compact storage in your bag. Suitable for hot and cold food and microwave safe. Available in blue and grey.

“3 . Men’s Rib Knit Beanie Hat (£7.50, Marks and Spencer)

This simple, yet versatile hat is useful for contemporary and classic styling, and will keep heads warm in winter. Available in one size and made with soft 100% acrylic yarn. Available in a variety of colours.

“4. Henri Hot Chocolate Bombs Set of Three (£10, Oliver Bonas)

These treats are made with 100% Belgian chocolate and are filled with marshmallows. All you need to do is place the bombs in a cup and fill with hot milk to melt the chocolate and release the marshmallows. Stir and enjoy!

“5. The Comfort Book by Matt Haig (£9, Amazon)

Released this July, this Number 1 Sunday Times Bestseller by author Matt Haig ‘is a collection of consolations learned in hard times and suggestions for making the bad days better. Drawing on maxims, memoir and the inspirational lives of others, these meditations celebrate the ever-changing wonder of living. This is for when we need the wisdom of a friend or a reminder we can always nurture inner strength and hope, even in our busy world.'”

What are you gifting this year? We’d love to hear! Leave your comments below.


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