The best thing about this time of year is the countdown to Christmas. Okay, okay I can hear some of you screaming ‘It’s not even December yet!’ But trust me, time flies when you shopping and planning for Christmas. With this in mind I decided to start my Christmas gift guide series that little but earlier, giving you all time to stock up, ready in time for the big day (and before everything sells out).
The tree is one of the biggest indicators that December 25 is just right around the corner. So my first stop is sourcing some of the best, bright & quirky festive baubles. Think nutcracker, flamingoes and Micky Mouse – I’ve curated some of the most affordable baubles for your tree this festive season.
1. Ralph The Rat, £9.50, Oliver Bonas | 2. Pom Pom Colourful Tree Topper, £6, Paperchase | 3. 9 x Christmas House Baubles, £39.50, M&S | 4. Flamingo Bauble, £8, Oliver Bonas | 5. Mickey Mouse Bauble, Primark | 6. Mitten Bauble, £1.50, Primark | 7. Red Car Bauble, £1, Primark | 8. Christmas Wreath Bauble, £3, M&S | 9. Glass Tiger Bauble, £8, Paperchase |
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