Christmas gift guide with Amara. 

Christmas is fast approaching and I am surprisingly organised for once. I started buying Christmas presents in October (which is a fabulous idea, by the way). Although it feels a little early, I do not deal well with stress and busy shops, therefore I wanted to get it out of the way early. Although to avoid shops I do also purchase a lot of gifts online, plus you can usually get so much more choice. I was recently contacted by the lovely people at Amara and asked if I wanted to feature some items as part of a gift guide and I was thrilled. For those of you who don’t know about Amara, they are a luxury gifts and homeware store and they have so many fabulous pieces on their website I didn’t even know where to start. So I am a massive girly girl at heart, so I decided my gift guide needed to feature a lot of cute items as well some kitchen items as they’re also up my alley at the moment. I hope you enjoy this gift guide and let me know your favourite item in the comments below! 

White rabbit teacup and saucer– £29.50
I found this beautiful set and fell in love instantly, it looks elegant and perfect for decoration and also those flatlays (you know what I mean bloggers!) or you know, just drinking out of? Due to me being one of the most clumsy people around, I think I’ll use mine for decorative purposes. The cup has a lot of lovely beautiful detail on the rabbit as well as the clock within and the plate is just something else, it has lovely Alice In Wonderland quotes written on it which made it that little bit more special. Perfect for any Alice In Wonderland fans out there!

Henry London Shoreditch pink leather watch– £115. 
I have only ever owned one other watch in my life and that was my Michael Kors one for my 21st birthday, however lovely the watch is. It’s got a pretty large face on and it’s heavy, especially working at a job where I type all day, my arm aches. I love this watch from Henry London as it’s lightweight, pretty and is easier to wear with multiple outfits. I love the pale pink colour and this would be a perfect gift for anyone really. 

Ultimate Chef Gift Set– £45
I saw this ultimate chef gift set for £45 and for the cost of all of these products individually and how lovely the gift looks as a whole, I was drawn to it. I am a huge fan of the Listography books, and this just made the set for me. As well as the book the set contains measuring cups, a spiralizer, knife sharpener and a pestle and mortar. This gift is great for any budding chefs your life, or just a someone who enjoys cooking. Plus the presentation of this gift box is so lovely.  

Vermeil Mason Candle– £39 
This candle has to one of the prettiest candles I have ever seen, being online buying candles for yourself can be a challenge let alone anyone else. However Amara have this great feature where you can shop by scent helping you by letting you chose by category and then the way in which I did it was chose one of the popular ones from that category as helps me see what other candles people are enjoying. This particular candle, will last for many hours and perfect for any candle lovers in your life.   

Kitschmas Baubles– £20
I am honestly in love with Amara for having a Kitschmas section, it is honestly everything I’ve wanted my Christmas tree to be! They have the biggest selection of cute baubles including those featured above. The Battenberg bauble is £20.00 and the lollipops are a set and also cost £20. So much fun and colour and great for your Christmas tree, I will also be doing a full bauble wishlist soon.

S’well Bottle– £35
I’ve been eyeing these up for a while now, but the price tag has put me off a little. However it’s so much better for the environment than plastic bottles. Plus this isn’t just an ordinary bottle, it can keep cold liquids cold for 24 hours and hot liquids warm for 12, which is pretty amazing. Perfect for a camping trip or a long walk. As well as those who like to take hot drinks to work, like me! The S’well bottles come in so many amazing shades and colours, so one for every personality!

Side note- the pestle and mortar in the last picture is from the cooks gift set featured above.

*Contains PR samples

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