The ultimate guide to what to get your grandma this Christmas


Struggling for ideas for your gran? Look no further (Picture: Getty/Metro.co.uk)

If you’re still struggling with Christmas gift ideas – we’re here to help.

Finding something for your grandma can be a challenge.

What do you get someone who has been around two generations longer than you? There’s only so many times you can buy her soap.

Well, we have some simple gift ideas, all for under £50, available both on the high street and online.

Remember that if you are ordering online, you need to check the last order dates to make sure your gift is delivered on time.

The personalised photo album (Picture: NotOnTheHighStreet)

Print out some of your favourite family photos and fill this leather album with some happy memories.

You can get it personalised with a date range, initials or anything else that might be significant.

A personalised candle (Picture: NotOnTheHighStreet)

Pick a scent to make your grandma’s home smell beautiful and add a message to remind her how special she is to you. This candle is simple and sweet.

Choose her favourite magazine (Picture: Getty)

If your gran loves to read a particular magazine, think about buying her a subscription. It will come to her door every week or month and some even offer a free gift.

You can pay for different lengths of time depending on your budget. If your gran doesn’t currently buy one, maybe choose one that specialises on a hobby she has.

Cosy! (Picture: M&S)

These gloves are a classic style and they sure to keep her cosy in the winter months.

They’re available in black, grey, camel and chocolate so you can choose whatever suits her best.

Lots to keep her busy (Picture: Amazon)

This book won puzzle book of the year in 2019 so it’s sure to offer lots of challenges.

If your grandma loves the daily crossword or sudoku in the newspaper, this is a bit of a step up.

Tea for every occasion (Picture: Fortnum & Mason)

A cuppa can solve anything, especially if it’s a lovely luxury one in lots of different flavours.

Try the vast range of teas from the famous London shop, all in handy tea bags so she can treat herself on any occasion.

Each one is different (Picture: National Trust)

These rugs are made with recycled end-cuts of yarn meaning each one is unique.

They’re classically stylish but perfect for keeping your gran warm in the colder months.

What a delicious selection (Picture: John Lewis)

What do you get the person who has everything? Something delicious to eat of course.

This festive-themed gift set includes jam, marmalade, cranberry and port sauce, port jelly, mustard and some Christmas chutney.

Afternoon tea is a lovely experience day (Picture: Getty)

Not sure what your gran needs? Try getting her a voucher for an experience you can do together, or somewhere she can take another family member or friend.

An afternoon tea voucher that covers the whole of the UK is a good idea as she can choose where to go or choose a menu she likes.

Champagne for breakfast (Picture: Fortnum & Mason)

Give your grandma something extra special for breakfast with this luxurious marmalade from Fortnums.

Made with Seville oranges, they stir Fortnum’s champagne and Marc de Champagne into each jar after cooking.

There are three scents to try in each box (Picture: Crabtree & Evelyn)

If you are going to go for toiletries, go for something a little more luxurious than her standard bar of soap.

These creams leave your hands feeling soft and they come in a gift box of three scents – Evelyn Rose, Pear and Pink Magnolia and Lavendar & Espresso. They’re traditionally floral with a little twist.

Give grandma a chance to relax (Picture: Dunelm)

This tray is perfect for a long relaxing soak. After years of being your grandma, encourage her to lie back and chill. It is extendable to fit any bath with room for a book, a glass and anything else she wants to take to the tub.

These look so comfortable (Picture: M&S)

These look incredibly cosy and they come in a range of colours from grey to magenta so you can pick a pair that suits both the more subtle grans and those who like something a little brighter.

A very sweet idea (Picture: Amazon)

If you are a new parent buying a gift from your baby to their new grandparent, this is a lovely idea.

The book contains envelopes prompting the grandparent to write about their memories of their grandchild’s parent growing up and their advice for the future. A lovely gift for grandparents and for children in the future.

We all need the perfect spag bol recipe (Picture: PrezzyBox)

Another way some memories of your grandparents – get them to write down all the food you love them to cook. Pick up this book for grandma and she can make sure the top secret family recipes are kept for generations to come.

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