Friday, 8 November 2013

Friday Review: Christmas gifts from Find Me A Gift

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When Find Me A Gift asked me to pick a couple of their festive gifts to review I knew instantly which one to look at first. The Star Wars Jedi Dressing Gown appealed to my geeky nature. I have to say I intended this for one of the grown up men in my family as its adult sized but my son was off sick the day I opened the box so this is what happened:

Jedi in training

He found it perfect for curling up in on the sofa to watch DVDs on his first day off sick:

Cosy in his Find me a gift Jedi dressing gown

He is a big Star Wars fan and loved being able to feel like a real Jedi:


Find me a gift Jedi dressing gown

Unfortunately he needs to grow into it a bit as its aimed at a medium to large man size and he is only the size of the average 8-9 year old:

Find me a gift Jedi dressing gown

I have tried it on my self and as a 5ft 8 size 14-16 it was a comfy fit with room to spare. The material is nice and soft and having had to wash it already it came out just as nice as when it went in the machine. Right now these are £24.99 and I think they would be a lasting gift to the Jedi in your life, and if you fancy a different style they have other tempting ones to choose from.

Next up was an I Love Spreadsheets mug which at £3.99 makes a great gift from a child to a parent or grandparent or good for Secret Santa. They are also in the 3 for 2 gifts offer so you could get yourselves a bargain:


They are nice big chunky mugs perfect for a warming cup of tea of mug of hot chocolate on a cold winter's evening:


Needless to say my daughter has already decided who is getting this on Christmas day from her!

25 comments:

  1. Coombe Mill (Fiona)9 November 2013 00:10

    Pets are a great way for children to take responsibility. We have a rat and a hamster owned by 2 of the boys and Theo is in charge of looking after the farm rabbits too. I hope your boy comes to love his guinea pig too.

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  2. Very sweet. We've looked after friends' guinea pigs and loved their antics. Hope you continue to enjoy your new additions. #CountryKids

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  3. I am sure he will he isn't very confident around animals so I hope this helps

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  4. Hope so as we could have them for 8-10 years!

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  5. Sara (@mumturnedmom)9 November 2013 00:22

    Lovely :) hope you continue to have lots of fun with them! #CountryKids

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  6. Guinea pigs are the only pets that I will entertain the concept of for a future pet for The Boy, they are intolerably cute and quite harmless. Hope your son enjoys his.

    Nipping over from Country Kids.

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  7. How fun! My son got a hamster for his 7th birthday this past April. He is absolutely in love with it. Hope your son warms up to the new guinea pig soon.

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  8. My son has been asking for a hamster and a snake (not a good combo!) I agree it's important for children to have pets.

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  9. Jocelyn (@ihavecards)9 November 2013 07:40

    Oh, they're gorgeous! Loving him in your dressing gown :) Hope you enjoy them x

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  10. Perfect pet for children, I'm considering getting some myself.

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  11. I wasn't keen on my daughter's hamster from 4 years ago prefer the guinea pigs!

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  12. My daughter would love a snake - not in my house!

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  13. Catherine (Adventure Togs)9 November 2013 09:23

    How lovely! We have no pets at our house but I think guinea pigs would be rather nice ;-) Just dropped in from #countrykids

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  14. They are cute. Hard to find a pet that fits in with modern busy lives!

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  15. disqus_dIRjNoslsp9 November 2013 20:30

    Aww, wonder how long it will take for your 7yr old to feel more confident with the guinea pig?! Popping by from #countrykids

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  16. I've never been a fan of guinea pigs pr gerbils, I guess the one that poo'ed on me in primary school spoiled them for me, but I do agree that pets are a great addition for the family. Amy loves our kitten to bits and she loves feeding her and taking on some responsibility x

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  17. aww the guinea pigs are lovely xx

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  18. I was put off rabbits by neighbours aggressive ones! So far so good but need to learn to clean up after themselves when feeding

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  19. Awe we have guinea pigs too, they are fab x

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