My Christmas Wish List From Lakeland

I know Lakeland isn’t the first place you’d probably look for Christmas gifts, but if you don’t you really are missing out as they have a fabulous selection for everyone and all neatly categorised for easy shopping. Not only do they have gift lists, you can find some fabulous recipes and decoration ideas. And have you heard of Poppa Balls yet? They are fantastic in drinks and recipes. I first discovered Poppa Balls in my iced Matcha Latte which just have to buy every time I go past Meecha. If you haven’t discovered them yet, go and give them a try today, they really are delicious and add a special touch.

Back to the Christmas Shopping, I’ve been through and decided on what I would like, so it’s my Christmas Wish List so to speak. Extra bonus if my family pop by as they don’t seem to have an idea of what to get me.

Heated Throw

I so need this lovely throw, I get cold so quickly and when I get cold I get more pain. I have a little blanket that I can pull out whenever I get too cold but how lovely it would be to have a heated throw, no more cold and painful legs! 

Lakes Gingerbread Vodka.

I love gingerbread and I love vodka so this makes perfect sense. It sounds like the perfect Christmas tipple to me. Costs £13.99 from Lakeland

Wilton’s Food Colouring

Okay, this may at first, seem like a strange request as a Christmas present but this Colour Right Food Colouring system is absolutely amazing. Me and my brood are always looking for the right colour and with this kit you get a colour chart to mix the colours so no more guessing, you can get just the colour you want every time. 
Even Better! Buy this kit now and get a free Easy Layer Pan set! Just what I need to make a rainbow cake, which is something I’ve always wanted to do. 
It costs £19.99 for the  Colour Right Food System Pack and you get the free pan set worth £14.99. 

Lakeland Chocoholics Christmas Hamper

Again, this is two gifts in one for me, I love chocolate and I love boxes. This gift would be a dream, just look at those irresistible treats, chocolate popcorn, salted caramel truffles, pandora with chocolate cream filling..and more..yummy!  Then you get the adorable wooden box with lid and heart shaped handles. This gift would last me for so long. It costs £39.99 

Robert Welch Tea Light Holder

Isn’t this pretty? It really caught my eye. I love my tealights but current I burn them in old Gu ramekins, you know those little glass pots that come full of dessert. It’s a great way of recycling my ramekins but this is really cute and I would love it. A bit pricey for tea light holder at £39.99, but it would look great in any setting and I’m sure the light effect would be amazing too. 
Lakeland doesn’t just offer gifts for bakers or ladies, you can also get gifts for the whole family. You can find gifts for Him and gifts for the kids too, including some Harry Potter merchandise.
I hope you have enjoyed my wish list, is there anything you would like from it, or from Lakeland? Have you ever done  your Christmas shopping at Lakeland?
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  1. November 13, 2017 / 6:15 pm

    You're right. Lakeland woudn't be the first place I'd think about for Christmas shopping. I think of it more when I'm making something. I shall take a fresh look. #MMBC

  2. coombemill
    November 13, 2017 / 8:26 pm

    I love the look of that heated throw #MMBC

  3. November 14, 2017 / 11:17 am

    They do have some lovely gifts

  4. November 14, 2017 / 11:17 am

    I'd really love one, I hope my hubby reads this 😉

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