A trend I have noticed over the last few years, probably even longer, is that gift giving has become more about gift cards then actual gifts. To some people that is less personable, and they would prefer to to pick out the gift for their loved one or friend. For myself and my family, a gift card makes the perfect gift. Whether its for a birthday or for Christmas, it’s just easier for us.
You don’t have to worry about trying to figure out what they want and/or need. No worrying about duplicate gifts.
No getting something that will end up left in the box, be returned, or in this house get broken. As a mom, I personally love getting gift cards. It gives me a reason to leave the kids at home, and to have a little me time at the store.
So how exactly do you package up that gift card?
You could stick it in a card, that will most likely be thrown away. How about instead, you give it in one of these…
This is a Snomee. The Multimedia Snomee to be exact.
Now you’re probably thinking, what does that have to do with a giving a gift card, right? While it looks like an ordinary snow globe, it’s also a gift card holder.
It’s a gift within a gift.
Each Snomee design comes straight from the imagination of our design team who have also worked on projects such as The Oscar nominated feature film ‘The Illusionist’ and the BAFTA Scotland award winning short animation ‘The Happy Duckling’. They have created the unique new cast of lovable characters and adorable scenes for our exciting launch range of 11 beautifully designed Snomee scenes. This is just the beginning.
With 11 different designs to choose from, you will find the perfect one for your sister, brother, mom, dad, aunt, uncle, cousin, friend, roommate, boss, mailman – everyone. Each Snomee in the Christmas Collection is $9.99-$14.99 with FREE shipping. For only $2 more you can include one of these gift boxes as well.
This is my favorite Snomee, called the Mall Buddy. It’s just too cute!
Which one is your favorite Snomee?
This is a sponsored post about Snomee. However all thoughts and opinions are completely my own.