Christmas is coming: we’ll need gift ideas. As you know, made in France is the central topic for this blog. But it is often associated with high prices, so I decided to prepare a Christmas list for you with ten made in France gifts less than 30 euros. I intentionally selected products you can buy online, either directly on the brand e-shop or among a list of resellers. Easy I said!
Let’s start with a Saint James sailor cap (Clerval model): this woman hat is super cute; a sailor cap is a useful gift you can do for everyone as they have models for men, women and children. Price from 15 to 40 euros.
Breton bowl with a name on it: frankly isn’t it a great Christmas gift?! the kind of object you keep all life long and which you never lend!! I recommend the HB Henriot manufacture in Quimper created in 1690! They even make bowls with minimalist design. Price: 30 euros
Their colorings are a hit: OMY proposes giant coloring posters that you can then use as a decoration. I think there is enough to occupy little monsters for rainy afternoons, and just for that we say thanks to Santa. Price: 9,90 euros.
A made in France smartphone case? Just ask: let me introduce you to Les Frenchies: fun design. Price 25 euros.
Nice workshop books by Compagnie du Kraft: I love their coloris, and you want to collect them because together they are even more beautiful, aren’t they? Price 8,00 euros
Boramiri moon mobile: I love Boramiri dream creations. This mobile would be perfect as a birth gift too. Price 28,00 euros.
An Emile Henry dish with nice color. A useful and lasting gift as there is a 10 years guarantee (clumsiness is not taking into account, right?!) Price 26,50 euros.
And what about chocolate? I know it’s qui classic, but Chocolat des Français are anything but traditional! I did not them them so I can’t tell you more, but their design is very nice.
An Artiga bag: basque houselinen gives you a holiday feeling all year long! Artiga makes nice aprons too but they cost more than 30 euros.
To end up, you surely noticed my nice advent calender: I found this great diy idea on ZÜ blog: it took me 2 hours to make it. Given the weather forecast for this week-end it can be a great idea to occupy the whole family and to prepare Advent! I don’t know how you feel about this Christmas period but I truly like it. Since I lived in Germany and since I discovered how they prepare Christmas, I truly love this atmosphere. Then on Sunday we’ll start decorating and listening Chritmas carols loudly!
I hope that this Chritmas list be helpful!