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    Default House warming gift

    Any ideas what to give new neighbours as a house warming gift? They've invited us to their party. Have met them a few times and they are really nice.
    Any ideas would be great

    Thanks!!!

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    I always think nice wine glasses or a platter are safe pressies, can never have too many.

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    I like plants lol A nice succulant or something easy to maintain :P A gnome lol I dont know

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    A nice jar of homemade bickies???

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    You could buy them some nice food/wine and make up a hamper?

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    Default House warming gift

    Plant
    Bottle of wine
    Vase (and a nice bunch of flowers to go in it)
    Platter/serving plate
    Salad bowl

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    Thanks guys. I'm gonna buy a bottle of wine (for joy and prosperity) and a box of chocs (for a bit of sweetness to their new new home).

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    A home dec will be a good gift, like painted cats, sunflower cork coaster set on lovecrafthobby.

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    Painted cats??? :/

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    our son was given a garden ornament, that was a little black and white terrier dog, with a welcome sign around his neck. I have never seen one anywhere, but it was such a great gift. I was wanting to take it when we sold the unit, but it looked so good just there at the front door garden bed, we left it for the new owners. Marie.


 

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