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MORNING WONDER: The spirit of giving is often the best part of Christmas. Photo: Shutterstock
MORNING WONDER: The spirit of giving is often the best part of Christmas. Photo: Shutterstock

There's a perfect present out there for everyone. The key is to choose something that sparks joy.

Star Wars Yoda cushion, $49.99. Any Star Wars fan, big or small, would adore this plush bedding accessory. It you will love.

Roses in Parisian hat box, $399.95. If you want to splash out on a loved one, this is the gift that keeps on giving. These beautiful real blooms don't require any water or maintenance and will last for years.

The Happiest Man on Earth by Eddie Jaku, $44.99. Shortly after his 100th birthday in April 2020, Holocaust survivor Eddie Jaku published this memoir to share all he'd learnt about hope, kindness and friendship. Since his passing in October, Eddie's wisdom and story of resilience has become his legacy and a blueprint to a life filled with happiness. and

Personalised pets Christmas gift pack, $59.95. This pawfect all-in-one Christmas gift pack comes personalised with your pet's name printed on the Santa sack, treats and a special keepsake toy.

The Karen candle, $29.50. A gardenia scented candle to help a friend or relative through their irrational outbursts.

Bauble created with Cricut Joy, $349. Why not get creative this Christmas? Cricut Joy is a clever cutting gadget that lets you design and make everything from cards to baubles (the one pictured is designed for customisation, and costs $12.99 at Harvey Norman).

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Helen Kaminski x Aje Pippilin hat, $375. Part of a limited-edition collaboration, this stylish sun hat leaves all others in their wake. Available from December 6.

Canvas planter, $14.99. For some people, there's no such thing as too many plants. If you have someone like that in your life, fill this planter with their favourite flora.

Twelve Starry Nights, $299. The ultimate Christmas keepsake for chocoholics. Behind each drawer is a different treat guaranteed to elicit squeals of delight.

Toy chainsaw, $35. For children who love emulating their parents' activities, this battery powered chainsaw has an adjustable volume and a rubber chain. Available from your local STIHL dealer.

Bottle opener, $13.95. A godsend of a gift for the guy who's always looking for something to open his bottle of drink - the actual car key is never a wise move.

Men's Beer Socks by Luckies of London, $34.90. When the gifts are being distributed Christmas morning, sit back and watch your mate or loved one crack open a nice cold can ... of socks!

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