Now that the weather is taking a turn for the chillier, how many of you have your hot water bottles out already? I almost dug mine out for use last night, but not for myself, but for my cat! KimKim has a habit of curling into the tightest ball possible in his sleep whenever he starts feeling a little cold, and last night, he was just a round ball of grey fur on my sister's bedroom floor, so perfectly round that you could almost mistake him for a faux fur hat or cushion. Anyways, I didn't get a hot water bottle for him because he hates the rubbery material it's made of. Like owner, like pet, I suppose, because my mum hates it too!
Well, for those who dislikes the rubbery plastic texture, there is a solution in one of out baskets.
As seen in customer creation basket, we have a Cozy Hottie soft cuddly buddy to help you through your cold nights. Simply heat up the insert of Cozy Hottie, put it back into the bunny covering and cuddle to your heart's delight. Warm hugs are definitely on the agenda with this customised birthday basket going to Melitta (London, UK).
For a more manly birthday, with less pink, we have a different customer creation, fresh off the assembly team's hands.
Dennis (London, UK) is celebrating his 90th birthday tomorrow so Jim, Mona, Denise and Robbie had all chipped in and put together this wonderful basket for him. You can tell they put a lot of effort to have a bit of everything in there. There's jams like Brownlee's Rhubarb & Ginger jam, chocolates in the form of Lily O Brien's Desserts Collection, traditional sweeties in Old Fashioned Liquorice Wands, mmmmm nibbles of shortbread and oatcakes, a birthday mug, wine and who can forget the cheese and ham?
Moving away from birthdays, lets cover a Get Well Soon basket.
Our Mind Over Matter is looking the sleekest it had been in comparison to the previous designed of this basket. The new wooden puzzles in it really brings out a high quality sleek finish. This basket was ordered by a business address in Dublin, for their colleague Breda who isn't feeling very well. Wishing you a speedy recovery, Breda!