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    Default Re: Anniversary ideas on tight budget!

    I once cooked DH a batch of cookies and then wrapped myself in a big bow and waited for him to come home.

    Would have been awkward if someone came with him

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    I once sent my ex on a treasure hunt of sorts. Left a clue and a rose (I used fake ones cause they are cheaper) in various places that meant something to us and ended up in the hotel room I was waiting in. You could swap the hotel room for a picnic somewhere awesome or use the treasure hunt to get him out of the house for long enough to set it up with candles and a bath etc. I had one of his friends in on it to take him out somewhere so I could set everything up and the friend then gave him the first clue at an agreed upon time.

    Lol, very convoluted, but can be done on the cheap.

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    We've so far done presents corresponding to what the material is. Paper being the first I got DH a lovely small leatherback diary and a voucher from scoops ons. But being the end of the year i think you should be able to find a great calendar at a good price. Good Luck.


 

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