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    Cheap, but nice house warming gift?
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    • 30th Aug 07, 11:41 AM
    Cheap, but nice house warming gift? 30th Aug 07 at 11:41 AM
    Hi Guys!

    My cousin and her husband are just about to complete on their first house. She is expecting a house warming gift, and would expect it to be expensive .

    I don't have much spare cash and was wondering if anyone had any ideas for cheap, but nice presents. They currently live together and have recently got married so have a lot of stuff.

    Part of me isn't happy about giving her anything as she expects it and has already been asking people what they are going to give her , but I know it will be wrong it I don't and to be honest I like an easy life!!

    All ideas will be welcome.

    Thanks in advance x
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