what to buy bf mum for her birthday

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hi it’s my boyfriends mums birthday in a few weeks. does anyone have any ideas what i could get her? i’m really stuck
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How long have you been going out with your bf?
How well do you know her?
What’s your budget?
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If you have a small budget, let's say £5-£20 get her some chocolates, flowers, or a gift card for something mum's like (i.e. M&S or John Lews, idk haha). If you don't know her that well those are your safer options ^

If you do know her well and you want to up your budget to above £20, get her some fancy perfume or jewellery.
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Gift set from body shop maybe? Not too personal, but also something that she will use and nicely packaged?
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she always spends 50-70 on me every birthday and i can’t match that so i end up feeling terrible.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
she always spends 50-70 on me every birthday and i can’t match that so i end up feeling terrible.
It's not about how much it cost, it's the thought that counts.

What is your budget and what are her interests?
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probably £30 and she is vegetarian and into animals. She can’t wear cheap jewellery due to allergies & i wouldn’t know what perfume she would like
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she always spends 50-70 on me every birthday and i can’t match that so i end up feeling terrible.
You do not have to match her budget.

What is Your budget?
A well thought, meaningful gift can be worth so much more than an expensive one. And it comes down to how your relationship with her is-do you get on? Do you like her, does she like you? Etc.
Don’t get hung up on anyone else’s budget.
Etsy is a great starting point that you can filter by price. Jewellery/photo frames/pamper hampers/scarf
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Warren James do lovely sterling silver Jewelry and bracelets are normally anything from £10 and only £2.99 delivery I'm sure. Also, most supermarkets do Thornton's chocolates that are gift wrapped for around £7. With the £10 left to spare you could get her a personalized keyring with her favorite animal on it from Ebay, I done this for my mum and it cost around £4, but have a look at other items as well since you have a little spare if you want to spend the whole £30. If not then looking at maybe one or two things. She will appreciate it no matter what though!
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probably £30 and she is vegetarian and into animals. She can’t wear cheap jewellery due to allergies & i wouldn’t know what perfume she would like
Hey, it's me again,

Make her a gift basket of small items of her likes & interests. You said she's an animal lover so try this out: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Animal-Love...l+Lovers+Gifts and then get her the regular, cheaper gift items like chocolates, flowers, etc.
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thank you so much
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