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Present for 90 year old grandmas birthday....

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gingerino Thu 21-Aug-08 16:11:56

My husbands Gran is 90 this weekend, am really stuck, any ideas would be brilliant and yes she has everything!!!! She has everything already for garden etc and she gets books from!!!!!!!

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bogie Thu 21-Aug-08 16:18:48
We got ds' great grandma this but a great grandma one and filled it with pictures of all her great grandchildren it is a small flexiable book that she can just stick in her handbag.

maidamess Thu 21-Aug-08 16:20:27

How about some lovely expensive handcream?

brimfull Thu 21-Aug-08 16:26:17

A newspaper from her birthdate.

DrNortherner Thu 21-Aug-08 16:30:33

My dh's gran is 94 and hates it when we buy her gifts - she does not want money spending on her! We normally buy her edible gifts.

Jbck Thu 21-Aug-08 17:18:10

We bought my gran a lovely photo frame & at her party we had a big family portrait done & got it enlarged for the frame. It was lovely & she appreciated it, normally she'd have said 'Oh I've got one just the same in the loft/wardrobe/cupboard'. I suppose when you're 90 you've seen nearly all before.

Tas1 Thu 21-Aug-08 17:31:09

For my Nan's birthday I got her a photo Tray from Fenwicks.
It is a lovely wooden tray, in beech or mahogony. The base of the tray is a picture frame with lots of different size windows for you to put your own photos in.

She loved it, she can look at the photos while eating her lunch.

BlingLovin Thu 21-Aug-08 17:41:09

If she likes gardening, what about a coffee table garden book? Or, how mobile is she? You could get her tickets (made by you or really purchased) for visits to big/historical gardens? Which is a nice day out with you all as well?

Tas1 Thu 21-Aug-08 17:45:19

I also took my Nan to Claridges Hotel in London for her 80th Birthday. We had High Tea there. They played happy birthday on the piano for her and I arranged a bouquet of flowers to be given to her.

She said it was a day she would never forget.

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