Tuesday, March 12

Mother's Day Gift Ideas with The Gift Experience

Personalised Wreath Mother’s Day Large Oak Photo Cube*
I mentioned on my instagram last night that I'm normally searching around (very) last-minute for a mother's day gift. Being at uni the past four years probably didn't help because March is always very busy but this year the 31st of March has been lodged in my head because I want to do something special for my mum. 

Then 'The Gift Experience' got in touch and asked if I would like to review on of their personalised mother's day presents and I thought it would be the perfect opportunity. After browsing their website I choose this oak photo cube because I thought it would be perfect for some up to date photos of my mum and I. 

It is possible to personalise with both a name (so it doesn't have to be for your mum) and a message of your choice. I really like the engraving and it feels good quality so it won't fade over time. It's slightly annoying the message is slightly off centre but maybe not everyone would notice that.

The box its self is really good quality with space for four photos. It's worth noting that the space is bigger than standard 4x6 prints at 11x16cm. Something I wish they had mentioned in the description so I could have planned out my photos a little better. The photos are easy to fit into place with a sturdy back and glass front. 

The box measures 19x19x15.5cm so it is a really good size for storage (who doesn't love a practical gift) and costs £39.99 which seems good value for something of good quality and personalised too. If you're not looking to spend so much they also have photo cubes of different sizes and designs to suit your budget. 

Personalised gifts are my favourite to give and I can't wait to give this box to my mum on Mother's Day. If you're still looking for a present why don't you check out what 'The Gift Experience' have to offer. 

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