Festive Gifts for Fishy Friends

by | Dec 7, 2022 | Too Cute | 0 comments

And just like that, it’s December! Christmas trees have been put up, streets are adorned with lights, cinnamon and apple pie candles are filling the air with amazing scents and…..we’re all madly trying to find presents.  Yup, it’s unfortunate, but at the end of each year, we promise ourselves that we’ll do the Christmas shopping earlier next year and then BOOM! it’s December.  So I’ve decided to help you all out: I’ve made up a list of 10 cool fishy things to give to your fish nerd friends and family that won’t break the bank (and you can order online so you don’t have to join the masses in the shopping centers).  Here goes:


This is a dry bag that you can use even when swimming in the rivers (or anywhere else!) Order it online at www.wickelfisch.ch

Swimming against the current – fish necklaceSwimming against the current. Dainty silver necklace. School image 1

This beautiful necklace can be found at the Etsy shop (https://www.etsy.com/listing/714838460/swimming-against-the-current-dainty)

The notebook we all want

Get one at www.amazon.nl

Hot socks (from www.hotsox.com)

Fish lover top

Winter and Summer options available on this one. (www.redbubble.com)

Cool cap

I think we should support companies like this that stand up for the environment. For almost 40 years, Patagonia has supported grassroots groups working to find solutions to the environmental crisis. For more info, check out: https://eu.patagonia.com/gb/en/actionworks/home/choose-location/

Playing cards

A great stocking filler from www.toptrumps.us

Something’s fish-tea

I just had to add this because it’s funny 🙂 Make your tea with a fish (https://www.amazon.nl/Bottle-Infuser-Strainer-Filter-250ML%EF%BC%888OZ%EF%BC%89/dp/B075WV36H5?th=1)

Fishy ice cubes

Get them at www.stuffforthekitchen.co.uk

Jellyfish lamp

Now who doesn’t want one of these?!  Get yours at www.lightinthebox.com



  • Heidi dM

    Heidi is a Marine Biologist who has been working in the public aquarium industry as an aquarist and now as a consultant specialising in husbandry, interpretation and staff training. She has also written a series of children's books about the aquarium and fish world called "Abby's Aquarium Adventures".

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