Loppy the Rabbit LED Ornament
A Perfect Night Light
Inspired by woodland strolls and furry friends, Loppy the Rabbit LED Ornament glows gentle while sweetly watching over your sleeping children at night. The perfect night light for both boys and girls, this 5 x 15 cm white, porcelain ornament will suit any bedroom decor.
This adorable rabbit is both whimsical and functional, making it a wonderful gift for children of all ages. But you dont have to let the children have all the fun! We reckon this gorgeous, glowing bunny will also make the perfect birthday present for the animal lover in your life.
If youre looking for a little something extra, this sweet bunny pairs nicely with the Faraway Bunny Ring Plate, a beautiful addition to any dresser, bathroom, or vanity. Just dont forget to take advantage of our premium gift-wrapping service.
We have everything you need to personalise your gift, like a wide variety of colour and card options, perfect for adding your birthday or Christmas wishes. Your lovely gift can then be delivered directly to the recipient.
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What Christmas presents will Santa Claus bring this year?
If your children have been good this year, Santa Claus may just stop by your house this Christmas. He may even leave a few fun Christmas presents to be opened on Christmas morning. So assuming your children have been on their best behavior, what type of gifts should Santa bring this December?
Well, when looking for the perfect Santa presents, you have to think like Santa. For example, hes a jolly guy who enjoys a good belly laugh from time to time! He also knows if youve been naughty or nice. To find the right Santa gifts, you have to become Santa!
So how does Santa find the right Christmas presents?
Santa wants to spread laughter and bring joy to all the boys and girls. And what better way to bring joy than to give your children some really fun Christmas presents from good ol St. Nick? When looking for the right gifts, Santa will first read your childrens Christmas wish list. If youre lucky, you helped write the letter or were able to see it before it was placed in the mailbox, heading toward the North Pole.
After mulling over the wish list, Santa may decide to give your child the biggest or the best gift on the list, because Santa can do just about anything. He may even give your child a present you told your kid they couldnt have. After all, Santa is full of surprises!
Doesn't Santa know all?
Santa should probably give at least 1 or 2 Christmas presents that weren't on your childs wish list. If he knows everything, then he should be able to come up with some unexpected, but great gifts for Christmas for your kids.
For example, Santa would know if your teenage son wants to become a pilot. As a result, he may surprise your son with a ticket to experience a 30 minutes Airbus Flight Simulator.
What would Santa do?
When Santa starts looking for the right Christmas presents, he doesn't care as much about whether a gift is too loud, too messy, or unnecessary. After all, he just wants to reward all the good boys and girls with a few nice gifts!
So when buying Santa gifts, consider springing for Christmas gifts you may not otherwise buy your children. After all, youre not shopping as a parent, youre shopping as good ol St. Nick. Give gifts that will help keep the magic alive for your children.
Ready for the final touches?
Make sure your children leave a nice cold beer out for Santa Claus. Hell need it after stacking their Christmas presents just perfectly beneath the Christmas tree. And if Santa visits your home, make sure he drinks the beer (or some of it) and leaves a note thanking the children for the delicious refreshment!