Sticker book, from £5.15moo.com The possibilities for creative personalisation at Moo are vast and varied. From mini cards (the BEST business cards) to posh postcards, or, for something a bit fun and silly, personalised sticker books. Just upload photos/images of the recipient and turn them into 90 mini stickers. Adults just don’t use stickers enough FacebookTwitterPinterest Personalised baubles, £18From Selfridges stores in London, Birmingham and Manchester selfridges.com The classy, simple ceramic baubles are the ideal thing to please that person for whom you just don’t know what to buy. The bauble comes in white or black with metallic, black or white lettering. In-store there is no strict word limit, otherwise it’s eight characters FacebookTwitterPinterest Personalised camera strap, from £47.50thelostlanes.com The credentials of this rather lovely, chunky camera strap are impressive: ethically sourced UK leather from organically fed and humanely raised animals that are a by-product of the food industry. Comes in three lengths: 60cm, 72cm or 84cm. Maximum of 10 characters FacebookTwitterPinterest Personalised Dracula/Frankenstein books, £20johnlewis.com Personalised children’s books are now commonplace, but adult books are still gathering pace. You can choose between Dracula or Frankenstein and the recipient can have his or her name, as well as those of friends (six in total), replace the characters in the book. You can also have a personalised message in the front FacebookTwitterPinterest Laser-cut name necklaces, from £27.50tattydevine.com These necklaces are fantastic and I love how they remind me of the 1970s. They are perfect for anyone of almost any age (buy Grandma one!) and you can order them all from home. Up to nine characters, you choose the font, colour, size and colour of chain, and you can add charms. Allow seven days for delivery FacebookTwitterPinterest Nutella personalised jar, £3.99Selfridges food halls, London, Birmingham and Manchester This is my top tip for a stocking filler: fun, charming, inexpensive and you get a whole jar of Nutella to yourself. When I went in to get mine, someone had ordered 132 of them. Beware: there are queues, so go early. Maximum nine letters FacebookTwitterPinterest Drop caps books, from £12Barnesandnoble.com, amazon.co.uk These were made for the US market, but you can still find them online. There are 26 hardbound classic books with new covers. All 26 look beautiful on a shelf, but even just getting someone’s first initial would make a lovely gift FacebookTwitterPinterest Biscuit stamps, £6.99lakeland.co.uk These are plastic letters that clip together to be pressed into dough to make names or messages. A two-pronged present: either buy for a baker or, better yet, make some biscuits and stamp your friends’ names on for all-round personalised presents. There is something about seeing your name on a biscuit that delights FacebookTwitterPinterest Personalised charger stickers, £6notonthehighstreet.com It is amazing how ‘my’ charger is always the one that goes missing. Avoid all those stupid arguments with these: you get three stickers, which you attach to the plug and either end of the charger. Obviously you could do the same yourself for a fraction of the price, but where would be the fun in that? FacebookTwitterPinterest Family word search framed print, £67johnlewis.com You can personalise this framed print (choose between a black or white frame) with various words/names that mean something to your family, and they’ll be printed in the word search. The whole family’s name/address can also be printed on the bottom. You could also hide all sorts of passive-aggressive words in there as a present to the in-laws … FacebookTwitterPinterest This article first appeared in the Guardian Life & Style section on 1 December 2014.