Given that I know lots of my readers start their Christmas shopping in October, I have put together a list of a few ideas for this Christmas. I know that lots of people have high hopes for this Christmas, after not being able to spend time with loved ones last year. Whilst we are yet to know if COVID-19 will place any restrictions on celebrations this Christmas, it should be a significant improvement on last year.
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I know, I said Christmas, I can’t quite believe it myself either, but for any of you that like to plan ahead and get started on gifts early, read on. Why not try your luck in this competition and add three gifts to your Christmas stash?
Are you someone who always has tons of ideas for gifts for friends and family, or do you really struggle? It can be hard trying to constantly think of gift ideas, as it always seems to be someone’s birthday!
We are heading quickly for June, which means Father’s Day is right around the corner. Have you thought of any good gift ideas for this year? I’m sure the pubs will be over run with Father’s Day lunches this year, because for once, this will actually be a novelty!
I love smaller outlets online, who sell gifts that can be personalised. One of the places I have discovered recently is BookBlock and their range of personalised puzzles.
Come and have fun on the farm. Grab your coloured pencils, smell that country air and explore farmyards and fields full of chirpy chickens, prancing pigs, cavorting cows, noisy tractors, friendly farmers and much more besides.
Valentine’s Day is fast approaching. We’ve never really been into Valentine’s Gifts here as such. We always do cards but then I will do things with the children like Valentine’s Cookies, or Valentine’s Crafts.