Mum's Hamper

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Mum's Hamper

Post  flibsey on Sun Dec 25, 2011 10:08 pm

challenge: get mother as much stuff as I could, for free or pay postage only.



and here's my sister after using the head massager... she's got fluffy hair normally but this thing made it EPIC



in this basket is
full size box all bran golden crunch
book "how to draw the human head" (my 47 year old mum is in the second year of her art GCSE this year and I'm ever so proud of her, she's doing maths too)
frozen planet poster
three weddings and a baby Mills and Boon
bordeux bag
tenna lights (no comment, but appreciated so not cruel)
avon fergie outspoken and outspoken intense samples (6)
avon foundation
helen-e nail varnish
helen-e emery boards
head and shoulders shampoo
head and shoulders conditioner
RSPB birdsong cd
cross stitch coaster
maybelline primer
stjohn's handbag first aid guide (she's an LSA in a special school and is also doing her first aid training)
pelvic technique DVD (again, tenna lol)
especially escada perfume sample
avon lipstick samples (4)
nails inc nail varnish
snowflake charm bracelet
Olay Regenerist Night (3)
lipgloss
colgate plax mouthwash
colgate sensitive toothpaste
garnier foundation
metal xmas decoration
mini sewing kit
bailey's biscotti
loreal elvive shampoo
10 bags clipper tea
cadbury's chocolate fingers
twinings mint tea
twinings cranberry tea
nescafe gold (3)
redbush tea company (2 original, 2 citrus) (at work, due to her heart condition and irritable bladder, she drinks decaf drinks and herbal teas and loves redbush)
tetley herbals redbush
tetley herbals green (2)
bbc dig in carrot seeds (had them leftover form my dig in pack this year)
yorkshire gold looseleaf tea.

I also added a head massager £1.89 no postage form amazon, and some ceramic photo xmas decorations from artscow, $2.99 BOGOF and free international postage.



second challenge: mum and I both bought some sainsbury's wrapping paper 4 years ago, and I swear the gold stuff is industrial strength. we decided this year, the last bit of the paper needs to be swapped betweens us for as long as possible. So, she wrapped m birthday gift in it, and I wrapped her christmas gift in it, and it's now folded and put away for next year.

Mum's given me another challenge.

do it agian next year lol.
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Re: Mum's Hamper

Post  Aisles on Mon Dec 26, 2011 5:03 am

What a great, fun and useful challenge Very Happy
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