Gifts For Leos!

Do you have a Leo in your life you care about? If yes, it’s time to remember that this is their time of the year (22 July – 23 August) and get them something that says we care about you, dear Leo!

The sign of Leo (22 July – 23 August) is the symbol of the Lion – the king (or queen) of the jungle. It is a most appropriate mascot, since Leos consider themselves the rulers of their universe (and the zodiac at that). Like Lions, Leos tend to be dignified and strong, and it’s this sense of their power that allows them to get things done. A Leo zodiac sign on your team is a good thing, since Lions are eager to see their projects through to completion. Putting these folks at the helm is a good thing, too, since the Leo-born are natural leaders.

Leos are enthusiastic, generous, and determination to succeed. Those born under this sign can be counted on for their loyalty and sense of honour. They are also decisive, intensely proud and wonderfully romantic. The Lion’s trait of unswerving courage wins so many folks over. If you need someone to lead the charge, call a Leo — and the bigger the project, the better, since these folks love an expansive stage (and the audience that comes with it).

Further, it’s the great gift of the Leo-born to be dynamic, forward-thinking and self-confident. These attributes certainly catch the attention of others, making Leos sought after by both friends and lovers. The Leo lover is devoted, creative and almost too hot to handle!

Some of the famous Leos we can immediately recall are Amelia Earhart, Madonna, JK Rowling, Jennifer Lawrence, and Barack Obamai.

If you are close to a Leo, what we are about to introduce you will interest you. We have a showcase of handcrafted items that are customised for the Leo. And since we’re in Leo time, perhaps you’d like to pick up something for the Leo in your life? We thought so too. Welcome.


For the tasteful Leo that loves to read books – and by books we mean real books that need book marks – this from Snip N Wrap is something that is sure to be appreciated.



Mugs are personal. Sublime Point makes wonderful customized mugs. This one, for instance, in ceramic is designed for a Leo and will keep them company for minutes, hours, days, months, and years to come.


Diaries are an utterly charming way to document life and all its curiosities. This gorgeous diary by Look What Happened will prove to be very dear to a Leo that loves art and making a note of things that matter.

Leo Diary

Leo Diary by Look What Happened


Do you know a Leo that appreciates the art of words? If yes, this unique offering by Unabridged Dictionary Art is skilfully up-cycled and beautifully customised for them.


Pretty and distinctive coasters that are matched to star signs are an interesting form of personalised tableware. This set by Look What Happened contains one for the Leo you know, and a few more for company.


Eh, what’s a Leocal? It’s decor, it’s a form of wall art, it’s eye-catching, and it’s a personalised decal from KakshyaaChitra Decals that’s perfect for the Leo in your life. In short, Leocal is what you get when a great decal meets a lovable Leo.


Night clothes can always do with a touch of style, fun, and personality. This set by Plan B possesses all that and more. It’s a comfy offering in all-cotton that’s made for kids born under the sign of Leo.


When it’s time to show the Leo in your life that you always have time for them, this clock by Engrave is the way to go for seconds, minutes, hours, days, months, years, and time immemorial.


Gifting someone a work of art says good things about the recipient and the giver. Do you know a Leo that appreciates fine art and is proud of their zodiac sign? If yes, this by Polka Puppet hits the spot.

Avinash Subramaniam

Avinash has been an advertising writer, fiction writer, poetry writer, freelance writer and serial wronger. Other roles he has been in include those of an editor, brand builder, and teacher. His interests include advertising, scrabble, body building, chess, cinema, making money, reading, internet culture, cricket, photography. To hear him air his thoughts, follow him on Twitter @armchairexpert.


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