Christmas 2020: 6 Special and budget friendly gifts for your loved ones
Christmas is the time of plum cakes and carols, prayers and mistle-toe, Santa Claus and snow. It is the time of celebration of love and humanity. But as they say, nothing should stop you from celebrating and making your loved ones feel special.
Christmas is the time of plum cakes and carols, prayers and mistle-toe, Santa Claus and snow. It is the time of celebration of love and humanity. Where each year we used to go and meet our families and friends, this year the Christmas 2020 celebrations are also going to be different due to the coronavirus pandemic. But as they say, nothing should stop you from celebrating and make your loved ones feel special.
As going and meetings would not be possible this year, we bring to you different gifting options that you can send to the people you love.
1. Scented candles
Nothing can match the festive vibe more than the scented candles with the seasonal scent of Christmas. Since most of the time will be spent indoors, candles become one of the perfect picks as a Christmas gift for your loved ones.
2. Music plaques
This year send Christmas gifts to your near and dear ones through their favourite songs. Music plaques have become one of the most popular personalised gift items. You can pick the favourite song of the person or even some Christmas carols. Each time, they play that song it's going to remind them of you.
3. Planners and journals
A perfect gift for people who love to organise things and plan ahead.
4. Christmas cards
A conventional gift but yet one of the most special ways to express how you feel for people. You can either make one or buy online. Thousands of ideas are available on the internet that will help you.
5. Books and bookmarks
This Christmas send your bookaholic friends their favourite book. Add a personalised bookmark too.
6. Personalised keychains
Personalised keychains are one of the best gifts to fit in the occasion. You can pick from hundreds of designs online or even make one on your own.
Source: India TV