We all know that a nice gift doesn’t have to cost the earth. It’s not about how much it costs, but more, will it be well-received, useful and is it needed. I always think useful gifts are the best personally, but I know that lots of people also enjoy receiving things they perhaps wouldn’t buy for themselves.
Whether there is a family birthday coming up, or you are thinking ahead to Mother’s Day, or perhaps wondering what to buy a loved one for a tasty treat for Valentine’s Day, Morse Toad can help.
Christmas is almost upon us, but we still have a short while to get those last bits of shopping done. Finding your loved one’s ‘main’ present is perhaps one of the trickiest tasks when it comes to Christmas presents. The main Christmas present if often the one they will leave until last and come back to throughout the rest of Christmas Day.
I do love a useful present. One of my favourite birthday gifts this year was a huge wheelbarrow. I love it because it’s a massive time-saver. It holds about four times that of a regular sized barrow and I can also put the children in it if I need to as well.
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I always think stockings are such fun. They’ve always been my favourite part of Christmas Day morning. I loved opening stockings as a child, seeing what Santa had left for everyone. These days it’s still such a fun part of Christmas morning. The children read out their letters from the elves who have helped pack […]
Are you a fan of photo products? I’m talking a nice canvas print, your favourite image on a soft blanket, photo mugs and so on – do you ever buy things like this?
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