Mums Review: Gift Packs

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We love hearing what our Harper Bee ambassador girls think of our products when they do their product reviews for us, but this month instead we’ve been speaking with the Harper Bee mums in our world to find out what they think about our best-selling items - our Gift Packs. Our Gift Pack range is so wide and varied that you’ll be able to find the perfect combo of items to suit your gift-giving requirement – and the discounted prices (compared to buying each item separately) is awesome! Most Gift Packs even come in their own sturdy Harper Bee gift box which serves two purposes - instant present wow factor without the need to spend more on wrapping it AND a brilliant storage solution for the gift recipient. Two birds, one stone – gotta love that! [caption id="attachment_5667" align="alignright" width="300"]

 Hannah Gift Pack $45[/caption]   Belinda I love the Harper Bee Gift Packs simply because they are so easy! I wish I had more time to do the things I love to do, but the reality is that life is hectic. If I can duck into a Harper Bee store with my girls and let them choose the best pack for their friends’ birthday parties, that makes things so easy! The packs we’ve bought to give as birthday presents so far have come in their own gorgeous box (which in itself is a useful storage box). We grab birthday cards and sometimes even wrapping paper there as well - it’s the true one-stop shop for gift giving and this busy mum couldn’t be happier with that!     [caption id="attachment_5672" align="alignleft" width="300"]

Charlotte Gift Pack $20[/caption]   Kimberley I can’t tell you how many times my daughter has come home from school on a Thursday with an invitation for a party on Saturday, leaving me absolutely no time to organise a present. And, more often than not, I don’t even know the kid! With boys, you can just buy a pack of LEGO and be done with it. Girls, not so much. Thank god for these Gift Packs! I’ve started stocking up on the $20 and $25 Gift Packs now so that I don’t have to buy a single birthday present next year. Now, when my daughter comes home with a last-minute birthday invite, I’ll just send her to the ‘present cupboard’ and she can pick out whichever gift pack she thinks her friend will like. The best part? I look like I’ve gone to heaps of effort (when I haven’t!)