There’s always one you have to buy for - the person who has everything.
Here, Meadowhall’s gift guide expert Alex Caley picks five of the best ideas for ‘the awkward one’.
Christmas crackers, Smiggle, £10.
Alex said: “Smiggle is a teen brand of novelty gifts and stationary that is instantly recognisable. If you’re really struggling for a gift, everyone needs crackers at Christmas and these are really special.”
Christmas Tree 500ml with Caipirinha Limette and Gingerbread licquer, Il Gusto, £31.
“Il Gusto has a huge range of bottles that can be personalised with different spirits and licquers, from stars and skulls to shoe-shapes,” Alex said. “You can even get champagne with coloured glitter and a personal message.”
Pandoro 700G and Panettone Tradizionale 1KG, Carluccios, Both £16.95.
Alex said: “Antonio Carluccio has been doing more and more TV work and as he is getting more well known, he’s devoting more space in his restaurants to his food range. He has everything you could think of, including these traditional Italian Christmas cakes.”
Slam dunk game, Smiggle, £12.
“This is a little bit of fun for Christmas Day,” Alex said. “It’s great for gran and grandad, and the kids.”
Ibride Galerie de Portraits large tray and Moment Morning Mist candles, Collard Manson, £125 and £20.
“Candle trays were really popular in the Victorian era, and Collard Manson has drawn on the popularity of vintage fashion and put a modern stamp on it for this piece,” Alex said. “They have a huge selection of candles too, which can be personalised with different prints.”