A Very Merry Christmas - Gift Guide 2020

Updated: Nov 25, 2020

I don't know about anyone else, but this is my FAVE time of year! I love everything festive & love celebrating small businesses, so here I have compiled a gift guide to inspire you all to shop small this Christmas.

We've all heard that saying by now; that when you buy from a small business that they do a happy dance. And I can confirm, this actually does happen. I personally get so excited when I hear my phone make that 'cha ching' noise from an order. So before you head straight to Amazon or other online retailers, think about what gifts you could buy from small businesses.

2020 has been a difficult year for everyone, so lets help put a smile on some independents faces. I have tried to choose a range of independents to showcase a range of products so scroll down to check them out!


For gorgeous handmade sterling silver jewellery, head over to:

Luna Cole


For lovely candles, check out:

Le Bon Candles


For colourful, music themed home accessories, check out:

Gill Makes


For handmade macramé home wear & accessories check out:

The Mccramarie

Various colour options & custom orders available upon request.


For those of you looking for an independent supplying slow fashion, take a look here:

Helena Davis

Hand embroidered clothing & accessories.


For personalised beauty head to:

Emma Marie Beauty


For unique one off gifts & homeware, check out:

Corduroy Rabbit


Treat box deliveries & gift vouchers available from Bespoke Bakes by Hannah


Cookie deliveries right to your door from Cookie Caramba


Gorgeous nature inspired homeware from Forest and Sea


The cutest wooden home accessories from Blue Toucan

Perfect for the animal lovers in your life.


For handmade home accessories & organic baby toys:

Hjuman Designs


Looking for something eco friendly? Check out:



For handmade clay earrings & home accessories:

Clay By Chlo


For textile & pattern gifts, check out:

Kramer & Radish


For gorgeous macramé plant hangers, head over to:

Knotty Potty


I never thought I would be suggesting to get masks as a stocking filler, but here you go. For lovely festive printed masks check out:

Emma Alice Crafts


I really hope this has given you some great gift ideas, and this is only a snapshot of the amazing things that independent businesses create that you won't get on the high street.

Have a very merry Christmas & support small where you can!

** All businesses & brands featured in this guide will have a post showcasing their work across our socials.

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