I've just realised all the gift baskets I've chosen to feature today are Create Your Own's again! I really do seem to favour them, but it's just great to see your own creations and each one is always different.
This first one was a Happy Birthday basket to a son in Worcester, from his parents in Bognor Regis. They selected a wonderful range of goodies for him, from smoked salmon & cheese to crisps, chocolates, a birthday cake and male grooming kit. We hope he enjoys unwrapping all the contents on his special day.
Next we have a Get Well basket from one colleague to another in London. She wanted to wish him a speedy recovery and thought these gifts would help to keep him busy in the short term. We love her choice of a car construction kit, wooden puzzle, biscuits, sweeties and sun-dried fruits.
The next basket was designed for an 85th birthday basket, and we noticed the purchaser had selected a colouring book. The only colouring books we had advertised were for children and so we contacted her to check if this was ok, or if she would like us to source an adult one. We managed to pick one up locally that was still simple, but not themed for children. Our customer had also included colouring pencils, a Nanna mug, buns and biscuits - lovely!
This final Get Well basket was more unusual as it didn't have just 1 magazine, but 4 included! Our customer in Wellington, New Zealand picked the 4 different magazines (Mens Health, The Economist, National Geographic & Top Gear) along with a get well balloon and some sweeties for her Uncle David in hospital in Watford. She mentioned she was sending her love on behalf or her family in New Zealand and her brother in San Francisco, so quite the global gift eh!