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december12 Mon 08-Dec-14 15:52:50

Homemade crackers. I have alcohol miniatures for the adults, except for one teetotaller who has a mini perfume. What can the children have? Boys aged 17,15,13,11 (Not all mine!)

BrieAndChilli Mon 08-Dec-14 16:01:19

Depends on budget

Silly putty
Smyths had little mincraft figures
Lego figures
Pack of pokemon trading cards
Novelty pen (sainsburys have light saber pens)

december12 Mon 08-Dec-14 16:07:06

Thanks Chilli. Those were the kind of ideas I had but aren't they getting bit old?

crazykat Mon 08-Dec-14 16:24:16

Scratchcard for the 17 year old.

Minecraft something for the 11 year old.

Not sure about the other two.

Lifesalemon Mon 08-Dec-14 17:33:36

Mini torch.
Mini screwdriver set.
Woven leather bracelet.
Key ring.

Leeds2 Mon 08-Dec-14 17:56:10


Whatthequack Mon 08-Dec-14 18:09:04

What about one of these each?
Fun, quirky and gross, what more could they want?

cravingcake Mon 08-Dec-14 22:30:43

I'm doing make your own crackers too & have got personalised golf tee's & key rings (admittedly for the granparents) but something like that could work.

TheFantasticMrsFox Tue 09-Dec-14 07:30:23

Not cheap but DM has ordered a personalised Scout Lego mini figure for DS.
It was certainly over £10 but has been personalised with his hair colour and his group scarf which I think is a great cracker gift (at this point I should mention that DS is obviously her only GC!)

Janet12Conger Tue 09-Dec-14 11:44:49

You can give any useful things to them which they like or they gifts in which they are having interest. You give them dress, t-shirt, any thing related to their favorite sports etc.

bogiesaremyonlyfriend Tue 09-Dec-14 11:48:35

What about a wind up toy or something like that that they could have a race with- amazon to a Santa and snowman and some others only a few quid. Could draw a race track on large paper and there you go some after dinner fun! grin

TheFutureSupremeRulersMum Tue 09-Dec-14 11:55:03

I'm putting RSPB charity pins in mine this year. It took ages to pick a different bird for everyone because I was indecisive

oldestmumaintheworld Tue 09-Dec-14 16:54:24

costa coffee card, book light for reading in bed (I've seen them in Waterstones by the till), cheap, but fun watch, travel toothbrush, memory stick, book token rolled up. All a bit expensive though. Chocolate always goes down well - small lindt father Christmas. Sorry running out of ideas

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