Best Christmas Gifts 2011

September 11, 2011

Our customers are already buying their Christmas Gifts.  In December 2010 the snow caused so many problems particularly with couriers not being able to deliver our parcels.  We are very proud that we didn’t let anybody down and every customer received their keepsake box by Christmas Eve although we are just hoping that the same thing doesn’t happen again.  But who knows!!  The weather in the UK is so unpredictable and we don’t want to be caught out again.

A number of people are trying to predict the biggest and best christmas gifts of 2011, although it changes from month to month.  The toys are the most difficult to predict as children change their mind each time an advert comes on the TV – it will be interesting to see which childs toy will be the best Christmas gift this year.

The best thing about our wooden keepsake boxes are that they are for all ages and not just for Christmas.  Personalised with the name of a loved one, they are appreciated all year around and can be kept for many years to come.  For a teenager the keepsake box is a safe place to store all those small jewellery and trinkets they have for Christmas.

A lovely gift for a couple to collect memorabilia of the good times together and reminisce about their life together by saving special invitations, champagne corks, photographs etc.

What do you buy the newborn baby for Christmas, they have probably received presents of every possible soft cuddly toy and one of the best ideas is a wooden baby keepsake box which would show them that they were not forgotten in the first few months of age. The new Mum will be able to give them the box when they are older filled with all the milestones of their first few years of life.

One of the best gifts for a women for Christmas 2011 could be a personalised keepsake box with perhaps an added present inside – perfect!!

We do advise you to order as early as possible this year to relieve the stress of your gift not getting there in time for Christmas.

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