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    Default Gift idea advice

    6m ago I met a school mum friend. We've become really good friends.
    I would like to buy her something for Christmas, but not a personal gift like perfume or anything housey. I was thinking that seeing she loves Nutella, to buy a personalised Nutella Jar (personalise the label at Myer).
    Now do I get her first name on the label or family/surname? I also see her boys too and sometimes husband at sport, so I'm not sure if it should be a family gift or OK to just make it for her.

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    Just get her name on it, she can share if she wants to but she might appreciate the present all to herself!

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    Was sort of thinking that to


 

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