How was everybody's bank holiday weekend? It was really sunny, wasn't it? Like I said last week, I was going to my cousin's little boy's birthday party and it was a blast. I don't even know who played in the bouncy castle more - the kids or the adults! Of course, as if to balance out the fun I had, Monday was spent doing chores and groan-moan-urgh painting the outside of the house. Anyways, away from the boring painting and back to sunny fun memories, and the following gift basket is the perfect reminder of all the fun I had with the kids the weekend just past.
This ia a create your own basket, put together by the creative and thoughtful Charne (Annandale, AU). It's for little Eva who is currently unwell and in hospital, so this basket is to wish her a speedy recovery and to bring some smiles to her face. Charne had also picked a beautiful suncatcher crafting kit to be included as well, which is bound to keep little hands busy and would make any window instantly brighter with its four butterfly themed decorations to be made.
Also from a sender in Australia, leaving us today is a No. Daughter/Sister Gift Basket.
Today's basket is for a sister in Liverpool, UK who is celebrating her birthday tomorrow. What is most special about this basket today though is that rather than a mug, there is a money bank! We all need something to put our birthday money in, right?
And the next basket, I was one step too late to catch its 'pre-wrapping' look, but I'm super eager to have it on the blog.
This is the Lions Bakerloo basket, one of our completely new range of gift baskets and comes with a beautiful bottle of English wine as well. It only felt like yesterday when I was working ou the breakdowns and calculations for this basket and now it's not only online, but also being ordered! It really does make you feel great to know something you worked on is appreciated by somebody, and would be heading off to make somebody happy.
Seema (Buckinghamshire, UK) ordered this gift for Amita (Edgware, UK) as a happy 30th anniversary present.