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Letterbox friendly gift ideas for DD needed please

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CompleteBarstool Wed 28-Oct-20 17:35:13

DD is away for her birthday (midway through a 6 week placement ) so I'm looking for something to send her on the actual day.

She's already had her presents from us as it wasn't practical to take them with her but I want to send something fun, cheery or whatever to make her smile.

Where she's staying doesn't have anywhere for things to be left safely and she will be out on placement all day so it needs to be something that will fit through a letterbox.

Any ideas please?

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Champagneforeveryone Wed 28-Oct-20 17:36:50

It's a bit of a cliche on here now but Bloom and Wild flowers are lovely.

PotteringAlong Wed 28-Oct-20 17:37:29

I was going to say bloom and wild!

gretagreengrapes Wed 28-Oct-20 17:38:04

First things that come to mind are letterbox flowers (eg bloom and wild), sweets (etsy) or brownies! Not super out there adventurous but could make her smile.

One of my friends got given a letterbox cheese toasty subscription once, a bit niche I know!

DaisyDreaming Wed 28-Oct-20 17:38:10

There’s some sites that do letter box chocolate or letter box sweets

Titsinknicks Wed 28-Oct-20 17:39:00

NIO cocktails

PotteringAlong Wed 28-Oct-20 17:39:01

www.cosycottagesoap.co.uk/collections/shop/products/lockdown-love-geranium-soap-bath-bomb-gift

Or how about this?

CompleteBarstool Wed 28-Oct-20 17:39:28

ooh that's an idea, thanks both.

I don't suppose they come a "vase" bag do they? (just in case there's nothing to use as a vase where she's staying)

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CompleteBarstool Wed 28-Oct-20 17:40:41

hahaha @ a letterbox cheese toasty subscription!

It seems there's more out there than I imagined grin

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SebastianTheCrab Wed 28-Oct-20 17:44:34

Biscuiteers do letterbox boxes. They're extremely 3xpensive for what they are but they do taste good! (And they're beautiful)

Soozikinzii Wed 28-Oct-20 17:45:50

Piglets pantry afternoon teas are nice and letterbox friendly they don't have sandwiches in so they can be posted .

CompleteBarstool Wed 28-Oct-20 17:48:15

Brownies would be good (if they'd last for a while as --unlike her mother- - she's quite disciplined when it comes to treats!)

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CompleteBarstool Wed 28-Oct-20 17:48:48

strike-out fail! blush

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PeaceAndHarmoneeee Wed 28-Oct-20 17:50:31

Letterbox brownies? There's a few companies out there.

LynetteScavo Wed 28-Oct-20 17:56:28

Nice underwear will fit through a letterbox.

Book

Mini fragrances

Makeup

Socks

Starisnotanumber Wed 28-Oct-20 18:35:56

Fudge from stirrd.
10.00 a box includes postage and you can choose flavours

CorianderLord Wed 28-Oct-20 18:54:03

A one time book subscription? They send a book/tea/face mask.

Can't remember the name but there's a few

BringMeThatHorizon Wed 28-Oct-20 18:56:18

Letterbox brownies?

movingonup20 Wed 28-Oct-20 18:58:49

I used to send my dd chocolate bars from a letterbox size specialist

willowywillow Wed 28-Oct-20 19:01:28

Earrings, small necklace, a bracelet, a nice ring. Some of these would even fit in a birthday card.

ThomasHardyPerennial Wed 28-Oct-20 19:02:28

Gnaw (chocolate brand) do letterbox selections, I love their chocolate.

MadeForThis Wed 28-Oct-20 19:21:29

Cookies, you can get them iced with a message.

DaffodilsAndDandelions Wed 28-Oct-20 19:39:42

Letterbox wine is a real thing. It comes in a flat plastic bottle in a thin box.

HomerRoberts Wed 28-Oct-20 19:42:30

Not on the High Street have a selection of letterbox gifts

AngusThermopyle Wed 28-Oct-20 19:45:22

Two slices of cake in a card from SPONGE. !
My friend sent me one this week, it's lovely.

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