cheese knife vase photo frame cook book cocktail book with miniature bottle of booze a fancy Christmas bauble/decoration (can often get these at gift shops) tea pot coffee mugs wine glasses stationery from places like KikkiK reusable coffee cup (like those silicon ones)
Edited by VanillaIcecream, 06 December 2012 - 12:40 PM.
Oh, that's for the idea. Will hit the shops tonight.
I like the idea of the iPod docking station or a cookbook (hadn't thought of that one, but quite a few of the girls at work are into cooking). Hadn't thought of alcohol either - maybe a nice bottle of bubbly perhaps?
I don't do Secret Santas because I'm so bad at them.
same here. I'm shocking. Hence my EB post. I figured someone had to be better at this than me - it wouldn't be hard!
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