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£10 gift for Aunties, 60s and 70yr olds (not beauty products)

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heckythump01 Wed 06-Dec-17 19:16:39

Help me find something lovely......

Thanks in advance x

MoMandaS Wed 06-Dec-17 19:23:13

Book? E.g. crime fiction from a certain era - I think there's a British Library series - or about a subject that interests them. Foodie gift - some sort of European cake, fancy olives, bread etc from a deli or M&S have a section with that sort of thing. Folding shopping bag and magnetic shopping list pad.

LightastheBreeze Wed 06-Dec-17 19:56:51

Blimey, I am nearly 60 and an Aunt and this is making me feel right old. Food stuff from Marks sounds good, not so sure about crime fiction from a certain era, I suppose a folding bag would have its uses. Maybe a vase or something like that or those cross stitch things are quite popular
I would like a nice food gift though

gingerhousecat Wed 06-Dec-17 20:57:37

My nan loves those adult colouring book and nice pens.
M&S have some lovely truffles/buiscuits/etc. Nice slippers/socks

KC225 Wed 06-Dec-17 21:11:44

Sone beautiful notelets, cards and a pen

hullahoops Wed 06-Dec-17 21:16:10

I got mine a nice scarf

reluctantbrit Wed 06-Dec-17 21:21:19

Small things I got my mum recently

Books but the bloodier the better (Katie Reichs, Tess Gerritsen)
Scarves, either thin one to wear with a top or a winter one
Good quality folding bags and matching umbrella
Notebook or pocket calendar and Parker pen

butterfly990 Wed 06-Dec-17 21:32:38

I got my neighbour DVD "Finding Dory". She also likes thriller type novels and this Christmas I have bought her a book on the history of the town where she grew up.

LightastheBreeze Thu 07-Dec-17 17:27:08

A scarf is a good idea. There are some plain scarves in M&S for £22.50 on the 3 for 2, I got one for DMIL and a couple for myself, or the lovely cashmere lined leather gloves from M&S are on the same 3 for 2. So maybe worth a look there.

Also the Emma Bridgewater round trays are nice, not too big and quite deep sides, John Lewis and Amazon sell them

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