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The Gifting Guide - SG Edition

While we start counting down to Christmas day, let's keep the shopping going! Today, we will be sharing places you can get Christmas gifts at, and they are all homegrown labels.

1. Love, Bonito

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Following their Singapore flagship store opening, Love Bonito has unveiled another surprise - their Christmas Gift Shop for 2017 is here! For a limited period only, a handpicked selection of limited edition gifts are available for your picking online.

There are quirky items such as the Breakfast Club Fabric Pin Badge Set, a Rainbow Night Light Projector and back to school basics – the Dreamer Notebook Set. Visit their shop to view more.

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2. Jess&Cer


Fancy a unique Christmas Card to send to your loved ones? Well, this year Jess&Cer has teamed up with local bakery Cream&Custard to produce three limited edition designs Christmas cards for 2017!

Each design is hand drawn in our signature illustration style and comes in a trendy square shape – perfect for instagram-ming! Exclusively sold at  Jess&Cer  and Cream&Custard, hurry to collect all three designs before 25th December. :)

3. Hush Candles

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Candles from Hush Candles can be a warming gift. :) All are hand poured in small batches using natural soy wax and therapeutic grade essential oil. This jolly season, they have come up with a selection of gift options including the Hush Candle X Curate: Ceramic Vessel with Geometric Print, Hush Candle Gift Set for 3.

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4. Skinny Blooms

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Every special occasion deserves to be celebrate with beautiful florals, isn’t it? Send your love in the language of flowers this Christmas! For those of you who may not be so adept at this, fret not. You can always choose from the gift sets (X’Mas Special : Kittea x Petite Jars Set) that Skinny Blooms has curated and customise from there.

5. Eden + Elie

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Jewellery is often a common choice of gift, so how about spicing things up with a pop of colours? We are intrigued by the Modern Peranakan collection - a lovely blend of heritage and modernity.

True to the peranakan culture, there is a lot of beading works and vibrant colours used. Get a red one (e.g. Eden + Elie Capsule Necklace - Peranakan Vermilion) if you have to suit the classic Christmas theme!

6. The Paper Bunny

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The Paper Bunny marks the festive with a holiday sale of up to 60% off! From planners, cards to sticker labels and even wrapping paper, your gifting needs are well covered here.

The Light and Love Gift tags, Bayberries White Gold Wrapping Paper and Christmas Edition Postcards has certainly caught our eye! You can also begin New Year shopping with their planners in place.

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7. Charles & Keith

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Charles & Keith invites you to discover Christmas in an animated world this Holiday season. Click though the various pit-stops in the ‘store’ such as The Unexpected Visitor, or The Surprise,and be entertained by a series of creative videos titled ‘Holiday Episode’!

Our wish list from the Holiday collection are : the furry cuff, the rainbow tassel detail bag strap, the Turn-Lock clutch, furry lace-up sneakers. 

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8. Scene Shang

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Known for their Asian heritage, Scene Shang is the place to go to for an interesting East meets West gifting theme. For instance, the Arch Gate Hanger is beautifully crafted and functional as you can hang up and display your accessories neatly. There are also 3 Christmas Gift Basket - Bliss, Grace, Love which are ideal to send to family and relatives.

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9. Gnome & Bow

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Not forgetting the guys, here is an option perfect for the gentlemen. Gnome & Bow, a combination of fantasy and mark of class, has been producing premium quality bags, wallets and small leather accessories.

Best of all, add a touch of personalisation by adding a 2-letter old English monogram to the gift.

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