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Molton brown - anyone bought the baubles yet?

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wrenster Sun 02-Nov-14 07:59:28

I want to make use of the 25% off this weekend and am tempted by the baubles for the kids teaching assistants. Has anyone ordered them yet? I can't really picture the size and don't want them to look tiny!
Would love to order the shower gels for me to ��

currieaddict Sun 02-Nov-14 08:04:43

They are not huge. I saw them in our local department store. I don't remember them being particularly branded to molton brown.

FriskyMare Sun 02-Nov-14 08:09:43

I have bought two, eucalyptus and templetree for DB and SIL as they are going skiing for the first time this Xmas. I had a £10 off voucher so for a fiver each they make a nice little gift.

fishfingersfortea Sun 02-Nov-14 08:11:16

They are slightly larger than the baubles we have on our tree but not the size of the large individual ones you can buy in department stores (or mamas & papas my 1st Christmas)
Molton brown branding on front of bauble.
I got the red ones as that is a Christmas fragrance.

FriskyMare Sun 02-Nov-14 08:12:49

Have just looked, they are 75ml each so not huge, and a lot if full price.

AriNi31 Sun 02-Nov-14 08:26:57

I got 1 and some of the hand cream for DS' s teacher. Got the gift box and the free sample too which looks nice altogether. I think they're okay!

MissRainbowBrite Sun 02-Nov-14 08:29:10

They were OK for a fiver each when the code was on a couple of weeks ago, they come in a nice little box but definitely wouldn't have been happy to pay £10 for one.

christmascazza Sun 02-Nov-14 08:35:27

I also got them with the £10 off so got two for £5 each. I'm debating whether they are actually worth even that to be honest as they are small - I think it would need something with it to be a decent gift.

Callofthewild Sun 02-Nov-14 12:16:55

Agree they are nice but definitely only worth £5 rather £10. I got 2 using the MB code a couple of weeks ago as presents for my DTD's keyworkers at nursery but think they will probably need something else with them.

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