Listen and write down gift ideas
During breakfast with the family, at the café with friends or in good company in the evening: The best gift ideas usually come up during those numerous conversations that you have throughout the year. Just write them down in a notebook – regardless of whether you have the idea in spring, summer or fall. When you then start thinking about presents during the pre-Christmas period, you can just pull out your notebook and choose the best idea.
Give the gift of memories
Are you still looking for the right gift that will stay in your loved one’s memory forever? Then a personal voucher or an adventure voucher is just the right thing. Vouchers often have a reputation for being unimaginative and never actually being used, but this definitely doesn't apply to vouchers that offer an adventure. What about a husky sleigh ride or an overnight stay in an igloo? Or, how about you make it personal by taking Mom to the theater, arranging a massage for your partner or inviting your best friend over for dinner one evening? What is important is that the voucher shouldn't just win them over with its content, but should also be presented creatively and personally on the outside too. For example, the voucher for an evening dinner could be stuck to the outside of a wine bottle, and the voucher for a trip to the theater could be placed behind a little red curtain made from felt.
Finding the right gift is often difficult, and you can be sure that you’re not the only one facing the challenge of choosing the right Christmas present. So why not make a virtue of necessity? Simply share the task by giving a gift with others. For example, you could organize a gift for your parents or grandparents together with your siblings. One advantage is that a group of people often has more creative ideas. Another is that you can share the cost if you're thinking about getting something a bit bigger.