Presents Money Can't Buy By Sheridan Simove
How many times have you thought “What gift can I buy?” This
book contains fifty simple and thoughtful ideas that will bring a
smile to anyone’s face. The key to giving a present that will be
meaningful and memorable isn’t the amount of money you spend,
instead it’s the way you make the gift personal to the person you’re
giving it to. All the ideas contained in the book are quick and easy
to produce and they’re guaranteed to make someone’s day. Spread
a little joy in the lives of those around you by turning your very
own dining room into the restaurant of their choice for the evening
or creating a love token for the love of your life, and show them
that it really is the thought that counts.
Who will this product appeal to?
This product will reach out to a wide range of people, especially
those that are always trying to make birthdays, anniversaries and
Christmases just that little bit more memorable. Also perfect for
Weddings, hen & stag do’s, Valentine’s Day, ‘Secret Santa’ and
much, much more!
Ladies will love this as a cute and quirky present for a friend or a
loved one, while men looking to do something thoughtful for their
girlfriends will also find loads of great ideas in this book that will
keep them in their partner’s good books and boost their “boyfriend
rating” among her friends! If you have a creative side but just need
a push in the right direction you will have hours of enjoyment put-
ting these fun ideas into practice.
“My boyfriend bought this little gem to give him some ideas for
my birthday, he turned our dining room into my favourite restau-
rant and gave me a beautiful pair of earrings presented in a walnut
shell. All these ideas were from this book and made my birthday
the most memorable yet! I have since used it for ideas for friends
and work colleagues that don’t cost me the earth!” Amazon.co.uk
About the Author
Sheridan Simove is a successful TV producer who has worked
on hugely popular programmes such as Big Brother and The Big
Breakfast. He has also worked in a fruit machine factory, swept up
hair in a hairdressing salon and hasacted as a 16th Century gentle-
man in DisneyWorld, Florida and those innovative skills have come
in handy when creating unusual and imaginative presents.