Friday, 9 February 2018

Valentines Gift Guide For Her #2 featuring Treats Direct*

I put a general Valentines gift guide up last week and today I have another because I just keep finding so many wonderful gifts that I had to share! If you've not already seen I've also spoken about giving the gift of sleep this year with Feather and Down and creating something Unique with Printiki so if you're still stuck for inspiration, hopefully those might help too! I've called this a gift guide for her but really a lot of these are perfect for everyone, and also who says you even need a partner to buy any of these? If you're single this Valentines, why not treat yourself?!
valentines gift guide
The first thing I wanted to mention in this gift guide is Treats Direct, a sweet subscription box! Subscription boxes are so popular now from beauty, to self care, to healthy snacks and so much more so it makes sense that you can also get them for all of your favourite sweet treats. With Treats Direct you can choose to receive a box either every week or every other week and what you get inside is a total surprise. There are so many sweets available including Bonbons, Cherry Cola Bottles, Choc Nibbles, Flying Saucers, Foam Bears, Fizzy Peaches and so many more, the list is endless! With Valentines coming up in just a few days, Treats Direct are currently doing Valentines themed boxes and you can get one for just £3.99. If you're unsure of what to buy for a loved one, well one of these could be perfect! I was sent one of the themed boxes to try and I was so impressed with what was included. Cherries are one of my favourites so I was very happy to see those. I really like how everything was packaged as they all had their own little section making them very secure and the box itself was great as it can easily fit through the letterbox. If you want to get one of these boxes in time for Valentines, make sure you place your order before midnight on Saturday 10th!
treats direct
Whilst the Valentine boxes are available to gift, I just wanted to show you another example of their usual boxes. The one I received had a nice variety of sweets and I honestly couldn't wait to tuck into it! When ordering one of these boxes, if it's your first you can get it for just £2.49!
treats direct
Next I want to mention some great foodie bits that I've found online. If you don't want to spend too much then I think Love Hearts are always a winner. George got me a little pack our first Valentines so they always make me smile now whenever I have them, and I absolutely love the look of this huge tube of them from Wilkinsons. You don't have to spend loads to show someone you love them, so sticking with that, how cute is this Chupa Chups Bouquet! It contains 19 lollies for £3.50 and I think it's such a funny little gift that is so different to anything else. Now onto tea because who doesn't love a good cup of tea on a cold day? Twinings have some lovely gift sets for such reasonable prices. If caramel is your thing then how perfect is this Caramel Indulgence Set? It's £16 but it contains Apple Indulgence Green Tea, Monin Caramel Syrup, Monty Bojangles Truffles and a beautiful Tokyo Design Studio Geometric Mug. I think all of that for that price is really reasonable. Another set Twinings are currently selling is their Be My Valentine Set which is £14. This has a big tub of chocolate truffles and a limited edition English Breakfast Tea Caddy. One place I very rarely think to look at online is TK Maxx but I always spot great finds whenever I do. For people like me who love to bake then Cupcake Kits like this one are such a brilliant choice. I love the little toppers that are included with this! I'm always a fan of supermarkets for Valentines gifts and Sainsburys are completely winning it this year for me! I love this Lunch Box Set which is so handy for work or university and it's only £8.
valentines gift guide
Sticking with Sainsburys I'm also obsessed with this adorable pair of keyrings! Anything dog related is a winner for me so I know I would be extremely happy to see something like this on Valentines day. I really like gifts like this where both you and your partner have something to keep. The last thing I found on Sainsburys is the Professor Puzzle Perfect Match Game. I think if you don't want to spend loads on just one day of the year then little novelty gifts like this are a good option. It's £3.50 and I'm now totally regretting not getting it for George. Another budget friendly option is these quirky mugs from B&M and they are such a bargain at only £1.99 each! They have quite a few to choose from and all of them have a little saying on them. B&M have quite a few valentines gifts to choose from and they're all so cheap so definitely check them out if you don't want to spend too much. The final thing on this gift guide is these Big Spoon, Little Spoon Pillowcases from John Lewis and they actually have quite a few other couples options to choose from too!
valentines gift guide
I know Valentines is only one day out of the year but I always get excited about it. It's nice to treat your other half when you can and if you do buy presents, they don't have to be expensive at all. I hope if you've been stuck for ideas that this gift guide and my previous ones have helped a little bit, and don't forget to check out Treats Direct for a sweet surprise each month!

*This gift guide features products sent to me by Treats Direct. The rest I found myself online. I only work with brands relevant to me and my blog


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