It is natural that parents will want to treat their children. If your little ones are the light of your life, of course you are going to enjoy watching their faces light up as they unbox a thoughtful gift. However, over the years, it can become harder and harder to find new and exciting presents. If you are really struggling with this task, look for inspiration. Below are six fabulous gift ideas for your children.
We have all bought friends, colleagues or family bottles of wine before, but have you ever thought of a personalised bottle of wine for someone? Bottle Bazaar have a great range of Christmas wine labels to make sure the wine is perfect. We were sent a bottle of red Grenache / Syrah, which is a French wine and we had our very own label too.
This is a fantastic opportunity to win a set of KAPLA blocks, KAPLA are identical wooden blocks. To create, you simply place the planks on top of each other. Their unique dimensions and the properties of perfectly cut French pinewood opening the way for infinite constructions – from palaces and bridges, to dragons or futuristic towers.
You know the kind of presents I mean, perfectly boxed and ribboned with great big bows that sit on top? A traditional present. If you draw a present as a doodle – those kind. I love the look of traditional presents. This is my little guide to making your very own.
I am pretty sure the answer to the question what every little girl wants, is “to look like a Princess and have their favourite teddy/doll to match them too”. Surely this is the right answer! I know just the gift to achieve this: Angel’s Face, the UK’s No. 1 brand selling full-ruffle pettiskirts and tutus, have the perfect girls’ gifts, outfits and stocking fillers for Christmas.
Isla was recently sent a fantastic parcel from Bundles of Joy, which would be perfect for birthday presents, christening gifts and even “non” chocolately gifts for Easter. Isla has spent the entire weekend giving tea and cakes to her dollys, which has been heartwarming to watch. What a great gift for a child and parent?