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Stuart Gardiner oven glove
Photograph: courtesy Wolf & Badger

Christmas gift guide: stocking fillers

Perfect presents for stocking fillers and secret Santas

By Hayley Spencer
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Picking presents on a budget is never easy, but we’ve got you covered with our pick of this year’s best stocking fillers. Whether the person you’re gifting loves a tipple, crafting or coffee, we’ve found a thoughtful, affordable gift.

Looking for more inspiration? Check out our full Christmas gift guide.

Stocking fillers

Archivist matches
Archivist matches
Photograph: courtesy Archivist

Archivist’s luxury long beetle matches

For candle lovers, these long matches are an ornament in themselves, displayed in a pretty apothecary bottle.

£12.50, trouva.com

A24 pins
A24 pins
Photograph: courtesy A24

Toni and Flo scream pins

Know an Ari Aster fan? These Toni (Collette, from ‘Hereditary’ of course) and Flo (Pugh, from ‘Midsommar’) pins will take pride of place on their jacket or bag.

£7.70 ($10) each, shop.a24films.com

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Words by Unicef book
Words by Unicef book
Photograph: courtesy Unicef

‘Words By’

Treat book lovers to ‘Words By’, a collection of poems and prose that brings together the works of established writers with those of refugees from camps across Europe. All profits go to Unicef.

£15, waterstones.com

London Transport Museum socks
London Transport Museum socks
Photograph: courtesy London Transport Museum

District Line socks

Got a mate who lives in Ealing, Upminster or anywhere inbetween? These District Line socks will make them feel right at home.

£9, ltmuseumshop.co.uk

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Truthbrush
Truthbrush
Photograph: courtesy Truthbrush

Truthbrush Beautiful bamboo toothbrush

Treat eco beauty fans to this ergonomic toothbrush with plant-based bristles and organic bamboo handle.

£4.50, trouva.com

Stuart Gardiner Santa Paw Oven Mitt
Stuart Gardiner Santa Paw Oven Mitt
Photograph: courtesy Wolf & Badger

Stuart Gardiner Santa’s paw oven mitt

Turn chefs and bakers into Santa this Christmas with Stuart Gardiner’s tattooed-hand oven mitt.

£8, wolfandbadger.com

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Shuka red dog bow tie
Shuka red dog bow tie
Photograph: courtesy Hiro + Wolf

Shuka red dog bow tie

Not sure what to get your work secret Santa? Get something for their pooch instead. Hiro + Wolf’s checked doggy bow tie will make their best friend look seriously smart.

£15, Hiro + Wolf

DOIY 30 Days Yoga Challenge Cube
DOIY 30 Days Yoga Challenge Cube
Photograph: courtesy Selfridges

DOIY 30 Days Yoga Challenge Cube

Challenge your yoga bunny mate with the DOIY cube, which has a different pose to try for every day of the month.

£12.50, Selfridges.com

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Craftivism Collective
Craftivism Collective
Photograph: courtesy Craftivism Collective

Mini banner kit

Craftivist Collective is an inclusive group who use thoughtful, crafted work to encourage others to be the positive change they want to see in the world. A perfect gift for introverted activists. 

£12, craftivist-collective.com

rCup
rCup
Photograph: courtesy Figolux Limited

rCUP 8oz

The rCup is the first reusable cup made from old coffee cups. Clever, right?

£11, rcup.co.uk

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Kimchi making set
Kimchi making set
Photograph: courtesy Sous Chef

Kimchi making set

Give Japanese food fans a festive project with Sous Chef’s kimchi kit, with authentic anchovy sauce, pepper powder, recipe card and a Le Parfait jar.

£13.95, souschef.com

Elephant gin
Elephant gin
Photograph: courtesy Elephant gin

Elephant Gin Miniature Tasting Gift Set

Treat gin lovers to this trio of award-winning flavours made with African botanicals. As such, 15 percent of profits will be donated to fighting illegal elephant poaching. 

£16.90, uk.elephant-gin.com

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