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OK, you clever people, Could I bother you for some of your expertise on present finding please?

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TrinityRhino Wed 03-Dec-14 23:05:00

I'm trying to find well .....the impossible probably grin

but if anyone can, you lot can.

I have to buy for three sisters, my friends children.

Three girls 9,7 and 4

I want to get them something fun but cheap

not crappy but cheap iyswim

just a small fun token present

I have a seriously small budget...... £15 for all three together

can it be done?

TrinityRhino Wed 03-Dec-14 23:05:59

Amazon would be handy but not essential

Fathertedismyuncle Wed 03-Dec-14 23:10:18

What about a bath bomb from Lush each. They do Christmassy ones in different designs which have lots of glitter etc in them.

ChippyMinton Wed 03-Dec-14 23:11:01

ice cream sundae dishes
long handled sundae spoons
sprinkles
wafers
flakes
sauce

MsAspreyDiamonds Wed 03-Dec-14 23:12:37

A board game of some sort. Sorry I can't help with names as my dc are much younger.

Have a look in Tiger (lots of fun cheap things), Wilko, the works, the entertainer & poundshops. What kind of things do they like?

Try Boots as they have a 3 gifts for 2 offer.

wednesdaygirl Wed 03-Dec-14 23:13:22

1) a board game
2) dvd and sweets/popcorn
3) cinema voucher
4) loads of bangles etc from a charity shop in a basket
5) a soft cushion personalised on ebay each
6) a nice book
7) make your own chocolate/candel/necklace set
8) magazine and sweets
9) if you have fabric or porcelain pens make a tshirt/bag/cup or plate
10) childrens chocolate lottery tickets

TrinityRhino Wed 03-Dec-14 23:17:57

wow, you lot are fab

knew you would be

thank you so much

loads of great ideas

grin

Oohhaveabanana Wed 03-Dec-14 23:36:00

this game is brilliant for all ages. My 5 year old can play it and I've played it with adults too.

attheendoftheday Wed 03-Dec-14 23:51:37

For the youngest I can recommend either the Melissa and Doug reusable habitats sticker pad (£4.99 on Amazon) or the Tiger who came to tea book and cup set (£5 on Amazon).

For the middle one the Galt paper planes book (£4.99 on Amazon).

For the big one Wreck this journal ( £4.25 on Amazon) or the Pointless Book (£3.25 on Amazon).

My other thought would be to get them each a lush bath bomb (loads of different ones for £3.25) and a tube of sweets from a pound shop.

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