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Stuck for DSIL- gift ideas please

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BeeMyBaby Wed 13-Dec-17 20:52:21

She is 30yo, has a toddler, is a jeweller (so I would never buy her jewellery), likes gaming on a PC. My budget it £15, however my problem is if she wanted to buy something then she is able to afford just to get it. I suggested a spicery box to my brother as I'd seen them recommended on here but it's a no apparently. She likes alcohol but there are not many gifts which are alcohol and £15, plus I'm t total so have no idea where to start. Most importantly she is incredibly nice so I don't just want to get her something crap. I don't want to get her clothes as she has a more expensive taste than £15 and my mother got her gloves already so my budget could buy nothing she would like.

Fragglewump Wed 13-Dec-17 20:55:36

Aldi flavoured gin is very good and cheap!!

Almostthere15 Wed 13-Dec-17 20:58:55

What kind of alcohol does she like? You could track down a couple of nice miniatures for her in a gift bag. Selfridges have some nice ones, if there's one near by. Or those interesting shaped bottles where you can choose the spirit and have a message written on?

Is there a game you know she likes, you could get some merchandise to go alongside?

I don't know if this would work but what about a 'voucher' for a day time babysitting session and a Costa (or where ever) voucher?

BeeMyBaby Wed 13-Dec-17 20:59:12

I'm not near an Aldi but maybe could get to a Lidl, I guess it would be ok if it didn't say Lidl on it anywhere, anyone know?

BeeMyBaby Wed 13-Dec-17 21:08:28

I thought about the pretty bottle sets and looked up demijohns but they are just so expensive for what you get, plus I may have bought her or my brother one before so don't want a repeat gift.

BeeMyBaby Wed 13-Dec-17 21:12:03

You have inspired me almost - my brother said no to the alcohol but when you said game (rather than gaming as I kept saying), you made me think of board game and my brother has said yes. Yay! Thank you both grin

Chocolateteabag Wed 13-Dec-17 21:17:02

a Magniband would be £5 - good for taking close up pictures of her jewellery with a phone?
I got some after seeing them on the bargains thread and tried it out on a snowflake - which can only have been 1mm - it was amazing.

Shufflebumnessie Wed 13-Dec-17 21:18:47

Does she like a particular author? Could you get her a book that she would like?

Casablanca78 Thu 14-Dec-17 06:27:03

Lidl do lovely Gin - there's a raspberry and a rhubarb/ginger flavour for £12 each. The bottle is nice and the brand is called Horton or something like that (not sure if says Lidl somewhere in small print but nowhere obvious).

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