Onto our gift baskets of the day now. I noticed the same lovely customer who created the 2 bakery birthday baskets for her female family members also created this one, for a younger member of the family. She liked her muffins and flapjacks again, but also added some chewy jelly sweets and some activity books for a child to enjoy. They hoped she had a lovely birthday and got to eat "lots of cake".
I just loved the sentiment behind this next Create Your Own gift basket as it was originally created as a get well basket, but ended up as more of a thinking of you gift. Our customer creating the gift, in Canada, wrote that she knew her friend was probably feeling better now, but wanted to send this gift anyway. She wished she could be there to look after her in Cambridge, but in her absence she hoped the hot tea, warm bubble baths and cuddly kitten would help her feel better. How lovely eh, and it looked just lovely too.
The next gift also had a special sentiment behind it as it was created for a poorly couple in the hope they would feel better soon and be able to enjoy a "mini-moon" at home with these goodies. We can only imagine one or both of them are too unwell to enjoy a proper honeymoon after recently getting married, how sad :( We hope the wine, tea and gluten free biscuits can be nibbled on while they enjoy relaxing baths and massages by candle light. We love the cute addition of the "Just Married" decorative flag too.
We know exam season is on the way when we start to receive orders for our study aid gifts baskets, and today two Motivational Gift Baskets were shipping out. One was actually a birthday gift but her dad thought she could reward herself with a treat from this basket every time she completes a piece of work. He also said he was so proud or her, missed her lots and couldn't wait to see her in July - aw! The other gift was from a proud mum in Congleton to wish her daughter all the best of luck for her upcoming showcase at her Speech & Drama school in London.