Friday, 25 March 2011

Personalised chocolate bar from find me a gift


Back in February, I reviewed (here) some of the lovely original Valentine's Day gifts available from funky online boutique find me a gift. Well, they've done it again ! They've just sent me a selection of their Mother's Day and Easter gifts to review and cute just doesn't cover it !

First up was this personalised chocolate bar. Let's face it, almost everybody loves chocolate so you're already on to a winner but this personalised bar adds a really special, personal touch which will make any mum's heart melt quicker than this chocolate in the clammy hands of a toddler !

The chocolate itself, which comes in a 100g bar, is nice enough milk chocolate, but nothing particularly out of the ordinary. What really makes this gift special is the packaging. You can personalise the heart with a name of up to 12 characters and also add a message to the back over two lines, with up to 30 characters per line. That gives you quite a lot of scope. I went for the very unimaginative but very cute "Mummy ... love from Sophie, Juliette & Pierre xxx" !

I love the pink, girlie label but if you want something more gender-neutral or masculine (these would be great for Father's Day too), they do have a range of other designs available too so don't be put off by the design.

This must have trumped the "last Rolo" as the ultimate romantic chocolate gift, and it's absolutely perfect for that special someone for Mother's Day or Easter. You can certainly find cheaper chocolate gifts but nothing as heart-warming as this one.

star rating : 4/5

RRP : £5.99



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3 comments:

  1. Lindsey W @yummy_mcmummy26 March 2011 07:37

    Ive been thinking about getting something like this to give instead of party bags at my daughters birthday party this year, they're so cute and personal!

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  2. they do look lovely but personally at £5.99 its a bit pricey. id rather my kids bought me a bar of galaxy for £1.20 and drew me a picture instead x

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  3. I have to agree with clareandtribe, i think its a bit pricey especially given its not great quality chocolate

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