Best Gifts For Women
What are the best women’s gift ideas?
Disclaimer: Every women is unique in her personality, her life experience and values etc. Yet most of these gift ideas would be enjoyed by different women, of different ages!
Show the important women in your life that they are loved and thought of!
The challenge here is deciding whether to buy something sexy, or practical. Why? Because most of us women don’t tend to splurge on beautiful sleepwear for ourselves. Love this Satin Silk Sleep Set from the Old Parisian Glamour Collection by Esty seller, Orchard Rose.
Or these whimsical floral sleepwear shorts, also handmade by Orchard Rose.
2. Candles or Soap
I know, not that imaginative but always appreciated!!
Check out these gorgeous handmade soy wax candles by Eight Pineapples. Salted caramel and vanilla!! French Lavender!! Mango and coconut!! Oh my goodness, they look and smell divine! Currently, includes FREE SHIPPING.
Click on this link to order these soy wax candles for gifts.
Or consider designing your own soy candle with Little Motto Designs . This Aussie Etsy seller will customise any of their products with your personal message.
Another gorgeous scented gift idea is the handmade herbal soap and body care products by Wild Raven, Tasmania. All natural ingredients. with pure vegetable oils and apothecary blends from the kitchen and garden.
Click on this link to order your soap and body product gift!
3. A New Dress Or Skip The Shopping And Get A Gift Card Instead!!
The Aussie clothing store Birds Nest, offer both online gift cards and vouchers that can posted out.
“A book is a gift you can open again and again.” – Garrison Keillor
You don’t often find books, listed on online gift guides. However I am avid reader, when I have time! So I reckon books are one of the best women’s gift ideas. In Australia, I buy online through Book Depository, as they offer free delivery from the UK.
If the person you are buying for loves reading, go for a recent bestseller. For someone who has less time or interest in reading, try any of these popular non-fiction titles! Who wouldn’t want a night in with Jamie Oliver?
Click on the book images below to grab your copy now!
According to SheSpeaks, almost half of the women they surveyed wanted to be given gold jewelry as a gift. I am with them on that one! Simple and elegant to creative and fun, jewellery has to be one of the best women’s gift ideas!
Here are some ideas for women, young or old, who would enjoy pretty, bespoke, handmade jewelry.
Dew & Rose, an Etsy Jewellery store, makes socially conscious hand made jewellery. Like these lovely blush pink and rose gold studs. Bonus, Dew and Rose have earrings to fit young girls to adults.
Alternatively, consider a gift of jewellery that is both personal, uplifting, as well as fun and inspirational. These handmade personalised necklaces come in silver or antique bronze, with the addition of a cute charm. Love that there are so many inspiring quotes and scripture verses to choose from. Bonus pouch is included for gifting.
Equally as gorgeous, are these handmade polymer clay earrings by Clay and Clasp. Know someone who would love a pair of budgies, unicorns or perhaps pet dogs?
Click here to get your own beautiful handmade earrings to gift.
Or have a friend who you could see having a box of Weet-bix dangling from their ears? Love these quirky and fun, iconic Aussie themed jewellery by Etsy seller, Cheeky Little Monkeys J. What about jars of Vegemite or Tim Tams? Yes, really!!
6. A Worm Farm
(Image via Compost Key)
Ok, not everyone would agree that this is one of the best women’s gift ideas! But some women, who are keen on natural living or gardening etc. would want to be given a worm farm. Tiger worms, are great for turning leftover kitchen scraps and paper into vermicast and worm wee. Both, which contain lots of beneficial bacteria and when it’s added to the soil in your garden, it helps everything flourish. Who wouldn’t want a worm farm!
7. Surprise Op Shop Or Thrift Store Items
Some of my friends and I will regularly source gifts for each other from our local thrift store or op shop. Of course, they are a surprise because there is no consistency with what you will find. In the past I’ve been given a brand new pair of Birkenstock sandals, thermal underwear, crockery and an awesome Italian cooking book. In return I’ve gifted clothing, gorgeous wood turned items, books and crockery (like this plate below only 50 cents).
I also use this idea of shopping second hand with my kids at Christmas time, to buy gifts for family members. Most items in a thrift store are low priced and my kids are not overwhelmed by choice. It supports a charity after all and gives the kids practice at thinking about what other people may like!
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What would be on your gift wish list?
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