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    I know it may seem early for some but 13 weeks till Christmas and with a baby due the day before I really need to have everything organised. I need some present ideas for adults and older children/teenagers. I'm getting mil a cookbook holder and some things for her garden but everyone else has me stumped. I was wondering if anyone had any ideas??

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    Books
    Vouchers (big w, target, itunes, visa cards, gold class tickets)
    Kitchen things eg slow cooker, scales, funky measuring things
    Stationary
    Experiences
    Chocolates
    Ornaments
    Clothes
    Photo frames
    Perfume
    Aftershave
    Ipod
    Jewlerry

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    For the older children teenagers, I always think movie tickets or tickets somewhere is the way to go, it means that have something to do over the long holidays without mum and dad having to shell out for it- it is an easy way to give a nice present without having to know what they are into. You can get hoyts gift vouchers which means you could get them the price of a movie ticket and some popcorn/ drink

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    Movie vouchers are great gifts, what about manicure/pedicure vouchers for the women ?
    Girls aged 7-11 love stationery like Smiggle stuff, or Kikki K.
    Lego
    Hotwheels stuff

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    I think everyone will understand if the pressies are little less personal and little more generic this year, don't you?

    We've done things like boost juice vouchers or movie tickets for older teens before, plus body shop never goes astray with the older girls. Book vouchers are always great if you have readers in the family, same goes for itunes vouchers etc.

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    Thanks for ideas ladies. A great help.

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