Monday, 17 December 2012

Affordable, quick and simple Christmas present idea - Handmade vouchers

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My dad is not a materialistic person, so buying presents for him is difficult. This year, I've bought him a t-shirt and designed a mug (I drew a wolf onto a plain mug with a Sharpie). However, I wanted to give him something else as well. After him saying "No, you don't need to get me anything" a countless amount of times last night, I suggested meal vouchers, and this intrigued him. When he would like something cooked, he can hand me a voucher and I'll cook it for him. He's already said that he would like some more of these for his birthday! I'm thinking about doing a variety next time - meal vouchers, car wash vouchers, cups of tea vouchers etc
You can get the printable (gift tag) designs I have here. You can make yours look a lot better than mine though. I only had paper to print on. You could print them on card and make the message on the back a lot more decorative.
Merry Christmas!

4 comments:

  1. This is such a good idea, I love getting little cute presents like this rather than the usual presents that you can buy. I kind of means more especially for parents who like you said always say they don't want anything hehe! xx

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  2. This is so cute! My parents are the same, not very materialistic so I can never find anything they want/ need for christmas so this is definitely a good idea! :) xxx

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  3. What a lovely idea :) My Dad is equally hard to buy for but sadly I don'y see him a few times a year so he'd be waiting a while for his cup of tea lol.

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  4. thats such a lovely, cute idea!

    Leah x
    http://strawberrys-and-tea.blogspot.co.uk/

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