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My sister is turning 50 and I have no idea what to get her as a gift Anyone got any ideas all help is appreciated

Mick82
6 days ago
What do you think of this?
beccatavender
beccatavender6 days ago

Not sure if she likes a drink, Bottle Bling, Mason's gin offer personalised lables.

It was my Sisters 50th last year and I wrapped up 50 gifts little gifts, which she was loved. It was because my Mum, who is no longer with us, did this for my older sister. So it had extra meaning.

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Mick82
Mick82
Original Poster
6 days ago

beccatavender that was a wonderful thing to do for your sister I’m struggling to think of 1 thing never mind 50

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beccatavender
beccatavender6 days ago

They were only small little things, shower gel, face masks, lip gloss etc. Mick82

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HEDGEHOGS
HEDGEHOGS6 days ago

How about getting her a £50 note and a token present, she could get something of her choice then?

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Mick82
Mick82
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6 days ago

HEDGEHOGS not a bad idea and very little effort

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HEDGEHOGS
HEDGEHOGS6 days ago

Mick82 Just makes sense if your really not sure what to get her 😀

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Yahya
Yahya6 days ago

Jewelley.. maybe a shiny bracelet. I use Warren James. Reasonably priced and i'm yet to meet a lady that doesn't like a bit of bling

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lornaae
lornaae6 days ago

I'd recommend looking on Etsy, some really great and unique items on there. Perhaps if you're still struggling for ideas you could put together a box/bag/basket of all her favourite things (favourite chocolate, sweets, biscuits, tea, nice toiletries, maybe a candle/wax melts etc) 🙂

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Pppathome
Pppathome5 days ago

A good massage

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possy
possy5 days ago

Possibly book a nice restaurant and treat her and then book somewhere for drinks. And have a lovely day x

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Pjran
Pjran5 days ago

You didn’t give us any idea of budget so I’m about to blow it. How about you take your sister on one of 3/4 night British Coastal cruises.

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Mick82
Mick82
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4 days ago

Pjran could send her on her own not my cup of tea but a good idea

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Pjran
Pjran4 days ago

Mick82 have you tried cruising? Times have changed it’s far more relaxed not so formal.

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Mick82
Mick82
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4 days ago

Pjran don’t do so well on boats the stomach can’t take it

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eyeballkerry
eyeballkerry4 days ago

Once we are out of lockdown the skies the limit plus your budget limit. My favourite presents are experiences, flowers die, chocolates make you fat and stuff just clutters up your home. I was collected from home in the wedding car I had on my wedding day and taken up to London to see Mamma mia plus a meal. I have surprised my husband with a boat trip and an experience to drive a steam train. Sorry getting side track. So many experiences out there.

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Grannyclock
Grannyclock4 days ago

eyeballkerry I agree. Experiences are so much better than things. We had a present of a trip up the Shard. It was delayed due to covid but we went last summer and everywhere was really quiet.

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kimcress
kimcress4 days ago

Does she like jewellery? I’ve been buying some brilliant custom jewellery from a family run jeweller in Norfolk. Bought my mum a custom necklace and myself a bracelet, quality is excellent and adds a personal touch

www.beachhutcharm.co.uk

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Mick82
Mick82
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4 days ago

kimcress just had a quick look some interesting stuff on it will have a good look in the evening thanks

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kimcress
kimcress4 days ago

Mick82 the owner, Emma is super friendly. I sent her a rather useless drawing of a necklace I was hoping to get my mum, Emma sent one back she drew from mine and it was perfect, exactly what I was after. It’s great as it is handmade and in sterling silver

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Johnny
Johnny4 days ago

As it's a milestone birthday, I'd suggest trying to get her something durable that she will still have and treasure in 10 or 20 years time....

"You gave me that for my 50th"

It could be a special plant or tree for the garden, a handmade walking stick, an expensive umbrella, a first edition of a book, a silver photo frame (perhaps with a picture of you both as kids), a special pen...anything like that - preferably unbreakable!

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Mick82
Mick82
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4 days ago

Johnny that’s a great idea she has just finished building a new house a fruit tree for the garden would be good I will look into that 👍

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Johnny
Johnny4 days ago
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Sarahvwomble
Sarahvwomble4 days ago

For mine my mum got me a ruby bracelet,old friend a personized candle,can't recall anything else

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Sarahvwomble
Sarahvwomble4 days ago

Something in her birthstone,unless she hate it!

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Celine1234
Celine12342 days ago

Good day on hotel included spa 🧖‍♀️

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