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Bringing Christmas in on time and on budget is no mean feat. So if you still have a mountain of things to do, there's no need to panic just yet. Particularly as we've put together this list of last-minute gift ideas for everyone from tiny tots to grandmas, and even your pet pooch.
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For a gardener
Buy now: The Contemporary Home Wild Flower sign, £8, Tesco Direct (opens in new tab)
For a little one
The old ideas are often the best, and this tin box, which plays a tune as you turn the handle, is no exception.
In store only: Tin music box, £9.99, Dobbies Garden Centres
For a tea/cat lover
A purrfect gift for a tea fiend that gets mushy over moggies.
Buy now: Crazy Cat Lady mug, £8.50, Debenhams (opens in new tab)
For dashing doggies
He or she will be the most swanky pup on the street.
Buy now: Small Blue polka Dot Dog bandana, £4, Dotcomgiftshop (opens in new tab)
For their handbag
A handy little gift for when they need to apply lippy on the go.
Buy now: Coral travel mirror, £6, Oliver Bonas (opens in new tab)
For the kids
Should provide hours of fun on Christmas afternoon.
In store only: Balloon modelling kit, £5, Wilko
For nanny or granny
Inside, they'll find cute travel-size hand creams.
Buy now: Heathcote & Ivory Vintage Assorted Go Crackers Gift Set, £10, Amazon (opens in new tab)
For the style conscious
These bushy brushes are great for contouring, and the marble pot is oh-so fashionable, too.
Buy now: Glow cosmetic brush collection, £10, Wilko (opens in new tab)
For a home bird
Make their home smell good enough to, er, drink!
Buy now: Gin Fizz fragranced tin candle, £4.50, Next (opens in new tab)
They can keep one by the bed for when inspiration strikes.
Buy now: Zoella Jot It Down jotters, £8 for two, House of Fraser (opens in new tab)
Are you inspired to treat your loved ones to something that little bit different from our list?
Amy Cutmore is Editor-in-Chief, Homes Audience, working across the Future Homes portfolio. She works on titles including Ideal Home, Homes & Gardens, Livingetc, Real Homes, Gardeningetc, Top Ten Reviews and Country Life. And she's a winner of the PPA's Digital Content Leader of the Year. A homes journalist for two decades, she has a strong background in technology and appliances, and has a small portfolio of rental properties, so can offer advice to renters and rentees, alike.
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