For today’s gift guide I want to show you some potential stocking fillers for under £10. This one is going to lean more towards male appropriate gifts but that isn’t to say that you can’t buy a female some of these things. To be honest, I pretty much love everything in this blog post for myself and I’m a girl. If you want to see my last three gift guides, from Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, just scroll down on the home page. To find the items I’m recommending, click the orange links that will be displayed on certain words.
Wilko’s have a really great Christmas range this year and so I’m going to be recommending quite a few products from them. Let’s start with the Urban Boom Box Speaker for £10. It works with any smartphone and is shaped like an 80’s boom box, hence the name. In the same ‘Urban’ range is this USB Light for £5 which comes in the shape of a stage light.
For the DIY king, you may want to get your male relative or friend the Mr Multi- Tool (‘compiled of 1x pliers, wire cutter, serrated blade, handy knife, flat head & cross head screwdriver with LED torch’) for only £3. From the same ‘Classic Gentlemen’ range you could also buy a Mini Pool Table for £5.
For the aspiring writers you may feel like a journal is the best stocking filler, I’ve found one, A6 in size, from Debenham’s for £8. Alternatively, for when they feel stuck with writer’s block or just want a good rage you could give them Wreck this Journal (‘to create is to destroy’) for £6.29 from Waterstones.
For the more fashionable of men, you may want to buy them this edgy Urban Male Black Leather Necklace with Feather Skull Pendants for £6.74 from Tesco Direct.
Next, this item from IWOOT is quite simple but will provide hours of fun. It is Tetris Magnets – perfect for those of us who are easily entertained or for those who want to leave interesting images on their fridge doors for their house mates.
Hopefully, this has helped you if you want something fun and affordable to put into your friends and relatives’ stockings.
1. Some of my inspiration came from Fleur’s gift guide: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hbW1GFlZLzM
2. All images in this post came from the links already inserted – I do not own these pictures.
3. I am not sponsored by any of these companies nor have I been asked to comment on these products.