Last Minute Christmas Gift Ideas with After Noah

Friday, December 20, 2013
I recently started working with brands on a new blog platform called 'the blogger programme' where you can contact brands and ask to work with them in exchange for products to review etc. I found this online shop through this website, this is not a sponsored post but I saw a lot of items that I liked and would make great, unique gifts! I have already published a post on some gifts I was very kindly sent by After Noah which you can see here. Last orders today and they have a store in London, open late.
1. The Writer Toolbox (£16.99): As a blogger and previously as a university student, I find that I can become subject to writers block which can be incredibly frustrating especially if you have a deadline you need to meet. So when I saw this creative ideas and exercises kit on After Noah I was instantly intrigued. It contains exercises and instructions which help keep those writing juices flowing. I think this would be a great gift for a student or blogger. 

2. Pocket IQ Test (£6): I received this myself from After Noah and it is great fun, it would be great for students or brainiacs! I scored 116 as my IQ score which I am not massively impressed with but it is a great little stocking filler - or birthday gift, in my opinion. 

3. Kirigami Origami (£6.99): I started creating small basic origami items as a child when a friend of mine started doing it with items from china town in Manchester. I love origami, I think it is a great gift and you can make such cute items. This set is for ages 7+ so I think would would be great for children or teen who like DIY/creating things. 

4. Alice in wonderland sticky notes (£6.50): Alice in wonderland is one of my favourite cartoon films - the 1951 version, not the more recent variations! I can't get over how cute these sticky notes are, I need! 

5. Freudian Slip Sticky Notes (£6.50): I was kindly sent these sticky notes by After Noah and I do love them. They are so kitsch and perfect for psychology students and enthusiasts!

6. Shakespeare Insults Mug (£10.99): I studied romeo and juliet at school as most children in England do but I personally loved it but others didn't. I think this mug would make a great, cute, funny gift for those who love shakespeare or are studying english. 

7. Marian Antique World Globe (£53): All of my gift ideas so far are mostly unisex as I wanted to cover all bases. I have personally always wanted a globe but I have no idea where I would put it. I think this would be a great christmas gift for a traveller or antique collector. 

There are my picks of christmas or birthday gifts from After Noah, click here to find more gift ideas from After Noah. What gift above do you like the most? x

13 comments

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  2. They are all fab gift ideas! Ive done a similar one for Currys PC World ^^

    www.hellojennyho.blogspot.co.uk

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  3. Ah these are really nice, unique Christmas ideas! I love the Writers tool box

    laurensibs.com

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  4. This was very handy! I have a friend who I'm unsure what to get and this was a life saver! haha thank you! xoxo

    ♡ Emily ⎜ daisylocks.blogspot.com

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  5. This is so funny- I actually just bought my dad that pocket IQ test!!

    a Classy State of Grace

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  6. so cool!
    maybe we can follow each other? let me know! <3 http://exality.blogspot.com/

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  7. Love the Shakespeare insults mug!

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  8. Awesome gift ideas compilation! The Alice in Wonderland stickies are pretty cool. I think these are gifts that most people would certainly enjoy.

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  9. What cool ideas!
    xx,

    Justina

    www.abentpieceofwire.com

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  10. These are some amazing gifts! I particularly like the writer's toolbox. Thanks for the ideas :)

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  11. i love origami and alice in wonderland theses gets are so different
    http://fashionandbeautytribes.blogspot.co.uk

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  12. These are awesome - especially the writer's toolbox! I could definitely use that sometimes ;)
    xx abitgraceful.blogspot.com

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  13. I'm going to have to get some of those sticky notes, they're amazing and Alice In Wonderland sticky notes would also be perfect for my blog! Alice x
    http://aliceinthelookingglass.wordpress.com/

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