giftee

giftee

(ɡɪfˈtiː)
n
a person who receives a gift
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THE HOOPS IF YOUR giftee likes to layer their jewellery and has lots of ear piercings, they'll love a pair of 'huggie'-style hoops, which come with tiny rainbow-hued stones.
THE HOOPS IF YOUR giftee likes to layer their jewellery and has lots of ear piercings, they'll love a pair of "huggie"-style hoops, which come with tiny rainbow-hued stones.
Make things easy for your giftee and get everything all situated for them.
Giving gifts may increase the donor's power or influence; expensive gifts, in particular, may create a sense of obligation in the giftee.36 Exchanging gifts can also create or enhance trust relationships between giver and recipient.
Perhaps there's also a move away from the superficiality that can come with Christmas, a feeling that the love you have for your giftee just isn't possible to sum up with three-for-two rolls of mass-produced reindeer paper.
Empty glass jars look very dainty and fresh with a lace doily and a pretty door knob covering the lid, making the giftee appreciate the thought put into her or his present.
I remember going to an ex-boyfriend's house for Xmas for the first time and remaining agog that they not only waited until AFTER lunch to open their presents, they then spaced them out over the afternoon and evening, each giftee quietly taking centre stage to open their gift, then politely thanking the gifter.
These kits are normally cash and carry (depending on how blue your state is), so they make pretty good Christmas gifts if your giftee has any proclivity to spending the time to put it together.
If your giftee likes to eat her gifts, check out the recipes for mug brownies (left) and other treats.
If you're feeling extra generous, you could also add a head-mounted Samsung Gear VR so the giftee has a more immersive way to take in 360[degrees] content.