As the title suggests, what do you think when someone gifts you something they have made themselves?
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12-12-2011 19:34 #1
How do you feel about handmade gifts?
12-12-2011 19:36 #2
I would be touched that they took the time to make something for me. I assume most people would be the same.
12-12-2011 19:40 #3
12-12-2011 19:43 #4
I think it's lovely
So much more personal and thoughtful than something store-bought.
12-12-2011 19:43 #5
12-12-2011 19:48 #6
I like them better. A present that has thought put into it is always better. Plus homemade is a lot of effort and usually not cheaper, so I would be more touched.
12-12-2011 19:48 #7
I love handmade gifts and have given many over the years. Especially when I was a dirt poor student. I made my sister a voucher for her bridal shower which included a full body massage (I'm a trained massage therapist), a pedi + mani and she loved it! Plus all it cost me was the cardboard I used to make the voucher itself
12-12-2011 19:52 #8Senior Member
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I'd love it
12-12-2011 19:54 #9
I like them, mostly.
I'd be very thankful if someone made me home-made foods this year... but a little let-down that I can't really enjoy that sort of thing anymore. I'd be disappointed that I had to watch DD and DP eat it all instead. lol.
12-12-2011 19:54 #10
I love handmade stuff, shows the person cares enough to take the time to make it...
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