Blogging brings some great treats, for me and for the family.
Recently, the children were sent some lovely pieces from Next in their very own personalised Santa Sacks. Now I know you must think that often we bloggers only promote products and brands because we’re gifted something, and that may be the case for some. However, I am a huge Next fan, and anyone who has knows me personally will testify to that.
So, when Next asked if they could send us something I had no problem saying yes, and showing you their lovely products.
Personalised products are everywhere this Christmas. They really are the big sellers and everyone wants to create something unique and bespoke. Creating a personal sack like this for your children on Christmas day is a lovely way to make the treats extra special, and I love the on-trend styling here too.
Although they may look like Hessian, these sacks are super soft, almost like chenille. This also means they’re more pliable than a hessian sack, allowing you to manipulate them when filling, and less likely to tear at your wrapping paper too.
They don’t have to say ‘Love from Next’ either. One of ours is personalised with the word Santa, which is much more in keeping with the festive season of course, but you could add any word you wanted here; great if you want to do one for your boyfriend/girlfriend.
The long, plush ribbon is attached to the bag at the back, and very long too, so if you happen to overfill your sack, you’ll still be able to tie it securely.
I also think, at just £16 they’re a great price for a personalised item like this.
Take a look at our lovely Next goodies that I know the girls are going to be wearing this festive season.
She thinks she’s so grown up in this Girls Cape:
More posing in a floaty dress, ready for Christmas parties:
Add in a Cute Cat Onesie and some sparkly Ballet Pumps, and your 7 year old is so happy:
And I wish they did these next ones in my size!
Personalised Santa Sacks are just £16 and can be ordered via the Next website here
Is it too early to wish you Merry Christmas? Perhaps.