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Help! I'm in charge of Santa's Grotto gifts

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eversomuch Tue 18-Nov-14 23:06:08

somehow, it has fallen to me to source about 40 gifts for our preschool's Xmas fair. budget around £2.50 max per gift, gender neutral for ages 3 & 4.

I've seen some nice things on Baker Ross but was wondering if anyone could suggest any alternative websites. Thanks.

lemisscared Tue 18-Nov-14 23:09:01

Baker ross is soooooo expensive! what about a book? we do books but that is for a primary school.

FourthMary Tue 18-Nov-14 23:10:45

I have just used a company called playwright, google playwright grotto gifts and they should come up.

They wrap them too, which was a winner for me! I chose eco torches in different animals.

I get saddled with grotto gifts every year, but really pleased with this year's.

TenMinutesLate Tue 18-Nov-14 23:18:44

I just ordered ours yesterday....over 300 lovely books coming in next week for all the Primary children. They're doing a lovely Winter/Christmas pack of 10 books for £11.99. Through Book People. You could then attach a candy cane / reindeer food / jingle bell to the book...?

HappySunflower Tue 18-Nov-14 23:21:34

Do you have a branch of Tiger anywhere near you?

KitKat1985 Wed 19-Nov-14 13:36:10

I'd say either books or colouring things if you're going for gender neutral. xx

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