Both my cousin and my sister are expecting right now, and I had been eyeing up the baby baskets like crazy, wondering if I should purchase one or two of them for their baby shower. However, despite my good intentions, it seems they both have other items. They said, skip the gifts, just take us on a spa day out! Okay, can do! Except it's very late notice and we're struggling to find a place which could accomodate us girls, plus two potentially easily irritable pregnant ladies, as such, I cannot help but wonder ig maybe a basket is the way to go after all?
Maybe instead of a spa day, we can treat them to one of these spa baskets instead?
It's a Spa At Home basket, one of our supremely popular pamper baskets. In fact, it's so enticing that I had a corporate client who ordered over 40 of these for a variety of clinics she works for! Who could resist? I certainly couldn't.
I have two more small gift baskets to show. The first is one which is perfect for a very niche market.
This basket is called Train Spotting - a gift designed for those who would appreciate a miniature railway track of their own. It comes with a train set in a tin, and some really, really, really sweet potato chips that the general gourmet market seems to be raving about recently. The Train Spotter of tomorrow's delivery is Mr. Wright in Beckenham. It's a gift from Caitlin to help him get through some 'horrendous shifts' and to 'keep your inner train geek satisfied'
The second gift basket is a customer creation featuring not one, but two dolls.
These award winning soft dolls are called Groovy Girls, designed and created with the idea that each one is unique in their own way. And the ones receiving these two twin dolls are the Paterson family in Chester, who Cheryl wants to thank for hosting their stay away from Hove, and for making them laugh and enjoy their trip so much. There is also a Grow your Own Sunflower kit in there as well for some extra sunshine to bloom in their home.