Gifts are one of the most fun things about holidays, anniversaries and birthdays. Each one of us loves receiving presents, but when we have to offer them, various difficulties appear such as the lack of money or inspiration. When preparing for gift making you have to consider a lot of factors: the most important one is the occasion on which you offer it and after that think about the age range and the preferences of the recipient.
If you wish to leave a great impression, choose an item that will dazzle him, or her, and make the experience unforgettable. Here are some ideas of gifts that work almost anywhere and anytime without any problem.
The first idea on our list is a sweet treat that goes well with kids, but impresses adults as well, and remembers them about their childhood. The World’s Largest Gummy Bear from Perpetual Kid is a king size super delicious indulgence. If you wish to make this large candy from normal sized ones, you would need over 1000 pieces, the gummy bear weighing 4lbs.
You can feed with it over 5 people, because it values 12800 calories, being a super caloric bomb. You can offer it especially for Christmas and Birthdays, but it can be adapted to many other holidays, as well. The price for one of these giant gummy bears is $29,95.
Next, we are happy to show you the Set of 100 Good Wishes Candles from Red Envelope. Offering this sort of gift enlarges the range of recipients and special occasions: you can get a set of these to a freshly graduate or to someone who is struggling to overcome a disease and not only is Holidays appropriate, but you are sending a cool message with it. The set consists of two large, 95 hours candles, in two colors: blue and yellow. On each of these candles wrappers there are printed 100 good wishes such as courage, will, balance and peace. The price makes them a perfect fit – $29,95.
The last of our suggestions is the Hometown Puzzle™ from LL Bean. The best thing about this puzzle is that it will feature the map of the recipient’s home town or neighborhood. Before ordering it you have to choose and insert the postal code of the recipient’s home so he, or she, can out together their personal area of living. You can offer this especially to people who have just moved in or that are planning to buy a new house in a certain area. You can even personalize the top of the box that holds the jig saw puzzle. One box costs $39.