If you know a hobbyist who has a birthday or special occasion coming up, you’re probably racking your brain trying to think of things to buy for them. They can be tricky to buy for: it all depends on their own individual hobby! To help you out and inspire you a little, here are some suggestions:
A Quality Paint Kit
If they like to paint, consider investing in a quality paint kit for them. You can never go wrong with a set of amazing paints, and it’s a gift that will always be appreciated! You could get a set of brushes, some quality canvas, or something else if paints aren’t suitable. If you’re splashing out, you could get everything! It’s all down to your budget,
Some hobbyists are fairly simple, and enjoy challenges like puzzles to complete. Depending on the age of the hobbyist, you can find multiple puzzles to suit. There will be really difficult puzzles with a ton of pieces, and easier puzzles for kids to complete. It can be a great gift as it will keep them occupied for a while!
A Jewellery Making Kit
Making jewellery can be a real joy. Not only does it give the hobbyist something unique to wear and be proud of, it could very well spark a career or business idea! It’s better than going out and buying something generic that anybody else could own.
A Model Vehicle
Some people like to collect models. Model Flying Scotsman trains, model Eddie Stobart trucks, model cars… you get the idea. Buying a model vehicle that they don’t currently own could be a lovely idea and a great way to help them build their collection.
A Tool Kit
A tool kit is great for the DIY types. Tool kits can be expensive, so again you want to work out a budget to ensure you don’t overspend. If you can’t afford an entire toolkit, you could always treat them to something to go in their toolkit.
A Metal Detector
Metal detectors are brilliant for outdoorsy types, and you could even help them to find some treasures! Make sure you read reviews before splashing out on a metal detector, as they all have their own pros and cons to be aware of.
A Weights Set
Perhaps the hobbyist just loves the gym and lifting weights. Why not treat them to a weights set? All you need to do is make sure they have the room and that they need something like this at home. If not, you could always purchase a lifting belt, foam roller, or some lifting gloves. There are a ton of options!
A Calligraphy Set
Calligraphy is like a lost art, so if somebody enjoys pens, handwriting, or both, this could be a wonderful gift.
Gamers will always appreciate a new game to play, so do some research and find something rare or amazing if you can!
What do you think of these gift ideas for hobbyists? Leave a comment with your thoughts!