Christmas seems just a distant memory now and with Valentines Day just around the corner I have been looking at gift idea's. The Mr and I usually exchange cards and a little gift each. Often we don't do much else though, as generally we like to think every day should be for letting one and other know how we feel about each other, not just one day of the year. However, I'd be lying if I said that I wouldn't be upset if we did nothing to mark Valentines Day.
With this in mind I've been sent a Lovebirds Framed Poem from the Valentines Day Gifts Collection 'LOL' (funny range) at Toxic Fox.
Toxic Fox is a personalised and unique gift website founded in the UK in 2011 by five entrepreneurs. It sells a vast amount of gifts for all occaisions.
My Personalised frame arrived quickly and very well packaged. I had opted for a black matt frame from a choice of three. I was also asked to provide personalisation for the frame.
The Poem reads (insert names)
Sitting in a tree
First comes love
Then comes marriage
Then comes a baby in a baby's carriage
Although from the funny gifts collection I think it's sweet. The frame is well made, of very good quality and looks great hung in our bedroom. I specifically chose the black matt frame as it goes well with our theme.
It's fun and light hearted. I'm really pleased with it.
Mounted within cream card, the poem looks great and the colours really stand out. At £39.99 I think it's a great gift. The monkeys quickly noticed it hanging. Hubby took a little longer LOL! The range of gifts for Valetines Day cover a multitude of different types ranging from rudes ones to romantic ones, and lots more.
There's nothing not to like. This Lovebirds Framed Poem may not be for everyone but there is something for everyone from the range.
To celebrate Valentines Day and to say thanks for reading Toxic Fox have a 10% off code for you all - TFLove. Valid until Feb 15th it can be used against the entire Valentines Day Collection except the 3 for 2.
I was sent this framed poem to review. All thoughts and opions are my own.