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Old 5 Dec 21, 01:26 PM  
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Definitely recommend the manicure kit and different people can buy different parts. I also asked for a nice box to put it all in. From my nieces and nephews - I ask for a nice picture - not necessarily of them but they also enjoy going around and taking pictures - I then out the a frames I have and change every year.
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Iíve recently started card crafting which means thereís far more ideas for my family to buy gift of craft supplies for me. Do you have any hobbies they could buy for? Jigsaws, notebooks, scrapbooks, knitting or sewing patterns or books maybe? Flowers, plants or plant pots also make nice gifts

I also love reading, if you enjoy reading maybe you could give them a list of books youíd like to read so they could choose one.

My eldest son bought us tickets to the theatre one year which was a wonderful surprise. Afternoon tea or a spa voucher is also nice. Possibly a voucher to use for a day out at a National Trust or similar type of house or gardens?

I prefer this type of gift to physical gifts now as over the years, Iíve accumulated so many Ďthingsí and donít really need the perfumes, toiletry sets, jewellery, bags or ornaments anymore

The charity gift idea is also really good as you are contributing something to someone who really needs it.
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Really nice hat, scarf, gloves. Books or book token. Bottle of your favourite wine / tipple. Nice snuggly throw for the sofa.
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We have the £10 limit gift for adults in our family, less expensive more inventive gifts, you may want to suggest this.

Depending on the age of the children in your family, maybe they could have £5/10 to buy you a gift of their choice. Not too much money spent and none wasted because children also buy The Best Gifts. Unwrapping will be interesting. 🎁😊


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This. Just seen it on an art gallery in Jersey.



The people are actually thick blobs of paint. Yours for £2.5k. So the cost of a holiday for 1 to WDW or keep this forever?

(Uploaded on 3G. Not sure if it makes any difference if I try wireless, but the way theyíve created each person is amazing and this image doesnít do it justice. May try again later)
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Sorry Gill365. Should have read your post not just the title. Didnít mean for my post above to be flippant.
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Shower gel (always gets used here) or a nice tin of biscuits/shortbread.

I always tell the kids I don't need "stuff" so something they know I'd use up.
I havenít got a shower ha ha.

I get a bath bomb subscription every month, so donít really need those either.

Itís hard, the little ones will be gutted if they donít have a physical present to give me, they LOVE giving people presents
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Sorry Gill365. Should have read your post not just the title. Didnít mean for my post above to be flippant.
Not at all! If I had the money I would buy that myself!

Normal nail polish doesnít dry on my nails, so I would either change salons or just leave them altogether.

Iíve picked out a couple of bits of cheap jewellery from Warren James, and Iíll have a look for some small stocking filler type stuff too.

My little nephews are going to shop with me for the local animal charities and food bank locally, so we will be giving back too.

I spoke to my parents about it again before, theyíre insistent they want gift ideas with it also being my birthday. It was my 40th last year, and all the plans went out the window so I think theyíre trying to make up for that too.
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Mouse mat, family picture calendar, favourite place calendar, princess wine glass (loads on Etsy), pj's/nightie, scented candle/wax melts
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