Christmas presents

Have you done your Christmas shopping yet? Nightmare, isn’t it. We’re avoiding shops as much as possible this year and instead sticking to fairs, markets and the internet. Here, below, are our favourite finds, all especially good for the folk in your life that are hard to shop for. And, crucially, all available with just a few clicks.

Birdsong: 150 British and Irish birds and their amazing sounds, £25.50, from Amazon

Historical Sticker Dolly Dressing: 1920s Fashion, £5.99, from Usborne Publishing

Grace, A Memoir by Grace Coddington, £17.60, from Amazon

Wildflower & Butterfly Garden Seeds, £3.95 per packet, at The Balcony Gardener

1920s Nodding Dog, £120, at Growler

Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel DVD, £13.99, & Bill Cunningham New York DVD, £10.99, both from Amazon

Ostrich feather biro by Maison Martin Margiela, £29, at Quill London

Children Farm Yard Animal Set, £10, at Chido Bueno

Tim Walker’s Storyteller, £56, at Amazon

The Complete Nose to Tail Cookbook, £14.10, from Amazon

Painted tin bucket by Natalie Lete, £9.50, from The Cross

Hugo Guinness Linocut, around £300 from Wilson Stephens and Jones

The Killing Series Three, £28 from Amazon

Feather eyelashes, £18.50 from Liberty’s

Wind in the Willows e-book, £4.99 from i-Tunes

Bring up the Bodies by Hilary Mantel, £8.86 from Amazon

For more book ideas, see our best books list here.

What:
Christmas Presents
— Francesca
29th November 2012