Papier's Christmas Gift Guide

For the colourful (and the more monochrome) characters in your life, we've put together a gift guide of unique presents for (hopefully) everyone on your Christmas list, which can all be customised to make them even more personal!

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They're extravagant, they're outlandish, and they're certainly no wallflower – but they do like big, bold flowers on their wallpaper. So this richly coloured stationery is perfect for their party planning ideas and Thank You notes. And as they're always making a fashion statement, the collections of Vogue Fashion Fund winners Mother of Pearl and the style world's artist du jour Luke Edward Hall are sure to delight once unwrapped.


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They don't like to be distracted by over-elaborate patterns and colours, they prefer to keep things classic. A Breton stripe here, a polka dot there – it's chic and to the point. Whether you give them a set of these minimal stationery sets, or this neat notebook, they'll be pleased to place them "just so" on their extremely tidy and well organised desk. For the minimalist, it's all about "less is more" and "quality over quantity". These gifts certainly tick that box.


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As your Ikea palms perish after two days, you're awestruck by your green-fingered friend's miraculous ability to transform their flat into a budding Kew Gardens Green House. Give them this palm leaf design diary so they'll be able to keep track of what to water when. While this notebook from Tuppence Collective is perfect for scribbling down their grand plans for how they'll landscape that dream garden one day.


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If they could, they'd be driving to Palm Springs in a Chevy convertible to spend Christmas under a 1950s sun. As they'll be huddling around the fire in the Home Counties instead, they'll be popping open the Babycham and settling down to watch some Audrey Hepburn classics. So one of Danielle Kroll's notebooks or notecard sets, illustrated with some mid-century nostalgia, would make for top billing under the tree.


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They're just mad about animals. Whether it's cats and dogs pottering about the house, zebras spotted on safari, or a boxset of David Attenborough documentaries, they love wildlife. So indulge their wild side with everything from cats in hoops to tigers prowling the stationery borders. They'd be especially happy with this diary from Bow & Arrow Press or these Matthew Williamson notecards because in their opinion, flamingoes with everything...


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Set your little one off on their own personal adventure meeting magicians and journeying into space with our customisable children's book All The Things I Wish For You. Alongside that, kids (and big kids) will love creating stories of their own in our fun sketchbooks and notebooks covered with Moomins, unicorns and dinosaurs. And they won't need weeks of nudging to write their Thank You notes this year with their own personalised stationery sets.

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