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Review: "Sent With A Loving Kiss" Personalised Artisan Chocolates


Now this is my mind of review!

Sent With A Loving Kiss make delicious and beautiful chocolates, and not only that, they package them in adorable gift tins. They have sent me the Christmas Baubles And More gift tin from their Christmas Range, it sells for £23.99 and is currently on a 3 for 2 offer (still available for delivery by Christmas if ordered by 2pm 23rd Dec 2014 within the UK).

If you are anything like me - or my husband, my mum, most of my in-laws, and most people I know actually - then you will appreciate a nice Tin. Remember when you used to get chocolates in tins instead of plastic tubs? Tins were the ultimate in recycling. I don't know ANYONE who binned a tin! They get reused as cake tins, craft tins, keepsake tins... All sorts of things!

Well how's this: Not only do Sent With A Loving Kiss send you your artisan chocolates in a tin... it's a PERSONALISED TIN! 

You can wish a couple a very merry first Christmas together, or a first christmas with baby, or declare your love and affection for someone, or simply name the tins so your kids/brother/sisters/aunts/uncles/granny don't fall out over them! And after they have eaten all the yummy chocolates inside (and they are yummy) they can use their tin any way they see fit.

They are a delightful present. Nothing says "I've thought about you" better than a personalised gift, especially one which a) comes with something you can eat, and b) carries on being useful long after the chocolates have gone.

IMPORTANT! 


Sent With A Loving Kiss 
CAN STILL GET YOUR CHRISTMAS ORDERS 
SHIPPED FOR CHRISTMAS
if you get your order in by 2PM 23rd DEC 2014 (UK only)

They also have a 3 for 2 special offer on many of their lines and there is also a discount code inside my tin (watch the video to grab it when I open my tin)




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