With the Holidays upon us you may be feeling burdened to find that perfect holiday gift for your clients, as a way to say thank you for their business.
As with any gift, it's really the thought that counts. There are many thoughtful gifts that you can give to say thank you-that don't have to break the bank.
The gift of time
We could all use more time right? How about saying thank you with a personalized coupon for free care. You could open one Saturday to allow your clients to have a "Free Holiday Shopping Day", take some time to wrap their gifts without the kids around, or stay open late on a special Friday to allow your clients to take an overdue "Date Night".
Parents love seeing their children grow! As as they get older some of the keepsakes that record their past as a little one can be our most treasured. A simple photo album containing some photos from the year, a handprint craft, or beautiful ribbon documenting their height would all be special. Be sure to include the date on the item as well.
People are so busy during the holidays! A special homemade treat is so special (especially one they can share with their family and friends). Make a few extra loaves of your special banana bread, whip up a few jars of your Jam, or BBQ Sauce.
Try your hand at some gift food jars! You can fill simple mason jars with everything from hot chocolate mixes to soups! Find 24 ideas here!
Self Care & relaxation gifts
We could all use a little more self care, especially around the holidays. A gift that allows them to pamper themselves would be appreciated. A special lotion, a Redbox rental code, your favorite tea, or a coffee sampler.
Any gift from the heart will be appreciated. Some examples: A lovely handwritten card sharing some special sentiments about their children, a group holiday photo, a special ornament to add to their tree, wreath, or a copy of your favorite children's book.
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