The paradox of gifts: I know what I have given you. I do not know what you have received. ~Dr. SunWolf
If there’s one thing we know about, its gifts. Choosing, giving, wrapping and sending- anything to do with gifts, we are on to it.
Truth be told, we reckon we are pretty good at it too. We’re pretty spot on at sussing out what you want, what you like, how you’d like to receive it- and have studied the art and science of gift giving in great detail.
BUT, there are still those situations, those times when a good old gift voucher is the still best option. Nothing wrong with putting the decision in the hands of the receiver!
The US National Retail Federation has conducted the same survey for 5 years in a row now and gift certificates have been the top items on consumers lists every year. Can’t say we are that surprised.
In addition to amazing luxury gift hampers and quality customer service, Pamper Hamper Gifts are also proud to be able to offer their customers Gift Certificates of various denominations. For when you’re not quite sure exactly what to send…
The customised gift certificates come to you in a premium gift envelope and are sent to recipients Australia-wide by registered post. The same attention to detail, gorgeous packaging and immaculate ordering process and efficient delivery.
The perfect option in particular for corporate gifts- gift certificates are an easy way for the big boss to say thank you to his employees. Show your gratitude and make sure that they will definitely love what they get from the huge and impressive selection at www.pamperhampergifts.com.au
Same goes for gift giving from afar. What better way for overseas and faraway loved ones to send a gift they KNOW the recipient will love and use and want? Unsure? Pressed for time? Then just send them a Pamper Hamper Gifts gift certificate!
All it takes is a quick and easy click online and you’re guaranteed to please!
It isn't the size of the gift that matters, but the size of the heart that gives it ~Quoted in The Angels' Little Instruction Book by Eileen Elias Freeman, 1994