10 stylish Christmas gifts for children
Find inspiration for the little ones on your list with our round-up of fabulously festive gift ideas for children.
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Whether it’s a newborn’s first Christmas, or you’re buying for a little one that has everything, we’ve put together a list of our 10 top picks to make choosing a gift child’s play!
The iBeani is a stylish and lightweight tablet bean bag stand. It’s designed to hold any size tablet device securely, so that your little ones don’t have to!
Available in a number of colourways and patterns, it makes a perfect purchase for any child who also might have been treated to a tablet from Santa.
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A gorgeous gift for newborns this Christmas, this set includes a footed sleepsuit with an all-over Snowy print and a popper-down opening for easy dressing. The gift set also comes with an adorable Snowy comforter which little ones will love to hold. All beautifully presented in a special keepsake suitcase covered in all-over star print.
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Add a playful element to your home with Edvin Hedgehog Pouf Seat from the Swedish children’s interior brand Kid’s Concept.
Edvin can be used as a seat, foot stool or to ride or play with and with soft spines that are easy to grip and cosy to lie on, he makes a good nap time buddy!
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We just can’t get enough of the adorable gold Piggy Bank! A display piece as well as a place to store and save your pennies, this coin bank will animate and enhance your children’s bedroom.
Available in cute pink, as well as a number of other animals including a leopard, rabbit, squirrel, penguin and deer, you are spoiled for choice! Style the Gold Piggy Bank on your mantelpiece, windowsill or bedside table and inject charm and character into the home!
Designed to get kids moving, the FIRST GO! is a safe and durable bicycle, made to support your child’s development by promoting early cycling and mobility before they transition to a pedal bike.
The child-friendly steel frame is coated in the Queue For The Zoo fabric design – designed by the Liberty Fabrics design team and children’s author and illustrator OK David to recreate the magic of the Liberty flagship store’s third floor childrenswear department. This exclusive bike also features an adjustable handlebar and saddle, complete with a detachable wicker basket.
Make Chrismas movie time even more special with healthy cinema-style snacks. This popcorn maker serves up to 16 cups of popcorn, and includes 4 popcorn buckets, a popcorn serving tray, kernal spoon and oil spoon. With an integrated stirring system and large stainless steel kettle, why not experiment with different sweet and savoury seasonings?
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It might not be ice cream season, but these icy treats made from smooth wood make a lovely play set. We love the beautiful pastel colours and the jokes on the lolly sticks which can be coupled with other play sets to enhance the imaginative play experience – Make ours a 99!
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These A6 cards made with vegetable-based ink and recycled paper will give your little ones a head start with learning the alphabet. Playtime will become full of creativity, and imaginations will run wild as they get to know the names and behaviours of 26 different animals, each illustrated with a cheeky smile and playful accessory.
A wonderful sitting pouf, great for children’s rooms. With bunny ears and legs, the fun design makes it appreciated even among adults like us!
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Start the Christmas festivities early and swap the conventional chocolate with advent calendar with this crafty alternative.
Children will wake up to a new surprise every morning, with everything needed to make decorations in the run-up to Christmas. Plaster tree decorations, pompoms to create Santa and a reindeer, foam stickers and more, you’ll have your own handmade decorations all the while helping to develop creativity, motor skills and hand-to-eye coordination.
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