Tuesday, 5 March 2013

mothers day gift guide - give her something special!

Every year, my mum receives the usual slippers, chocolate, and perhaps a nice jumper. This year I wanted to shake things up a little, give her something to really enjoy! Here's a few things that I think would go down pretty swell!

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Custom Wall Quotes, Lettering and Signs
This is probably one of my favourite gift ideas, as you can customise it to anything you like into many different fonts, colours, sizes etc. Find a lovely quote that describes your home, stick it in and have it sent to you. Lovely, personal present.

Personalised Family Papercut
Another product which I find so sweet! Especially if your mum is into her interior design, this would look absolutely stunning sat on your mantle piece. It's a simple, but a really thoughtful gift.

Guerlain Insolence Perfume
I love love LOVE this perfume. It's a gorgeous, gentle scent that smells exactly like Parma Violet sweets! The bottle design is lovely and sleek too, one to save for a special occasion!

Estee Lauder Pure Colour Crystal Lipstick
Now I know that I was not the only child who found themselves swimming through their Mum's make up bag and picking up a luxurious, gold bullet filled with her favourite lipstick. Give her one back to repay all those times you used this rather haphazardly. She's bound to love a new one for those times she needs a little more.

Clinique Youth Surge Moisturiser
Whilst it may seem a little cheeky buying an age decelerating moisturiser, I'm 100% sure my mum would appreciate this. She never buys anything luxurious for herself, and I think it's time to treat her to something that will make her feel AND look good.

Diptyque Figuier Scented Mini Candle
These candles are extortionately priced for something you're literally burning away, but let's face it, everyone wants one. This would make a lovely addition to the other candles on the mantle piece and the lovely pot will make for gorgeous, classy storage.

Of course, a nice, big bouquet of flowers from the Florist (NOT Morrisons!) to top it all off, and a cheeky card, without a doubt.


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