Those people are the complicated ones to find gifts for - they
tend to have most things and things they don't have...are simply
not within your budget. To make life a tad bit easier, I just give
consider buying things that you would love them to have.
Here are some tips on what to buy:
Bake a Christmas cake;
Buy sentimental things; if you remember what they like; tickets to
an event, collection of some of their video footage or photos.
Framed front page newspaper story that was published on the date
they were born. Hopefully, it's an interesting story!
A mug with their day of birth poem...'Friday's child loving and giving.'
As tradition and a silly challenge, buy anything with the person's name
on it. There is a rule, the item must not be pre-ordered or designed for
the person or it will spoil the nature of being random. Last year, I found
a dish cloth with his full name. It was a giggle.
Buy a quirky gadget or game. There are tons of science sets and magic sets.
Some stores sell ear warmers that are also headphones or scarfs that you
can heat and stay warm for hours.
Chocolate with a twist, literally...the popular game `Twister' but with chocolate
incorporated in the game or chocolate Scrabble...Mmmm
Hope this helps
Coco & Curls