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A Package from Home - Make It Kiwi this Christmas with Global Baby

November 28, 2018

A Package from Home - Make It Kiwi this Christmas with Global Baby

With Christmas just around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about posting those overseas presents! Yes, as scary as November sounds, to ensure you make the mail delivery deadlines, festive gifting has to checkout of the country pronto! And, what better way to spread the cheer and share the love than the gift of a New Zealand-made pressie. From restful teas and delicious cookies to From NZ with love bodysuits, we’ve got the Silly Season covered for mum and baby - and all with the click of a button.

 

For a Christmas gift with thought and purpose

If you have a friend or relative overseas with a new baby who could use a little extra lactation support, the Lactation Station’s New Zealand-made cookie range, may be just the winning present. Every mum deserves a treat this festive season and these delicious biscuits combine with key ingredients – oats, yeast – to help mum naturally. You may want to post off more than one packet however, as there are plenty of delicious flavours to choose from – white chocolate, apricot cinnamon, coconut cranberry to name a few. And, there’s no need to hide them from the rest of the family, they are safe for all to eat – that’s if you feel like sharing!

For Christmas gifts with love

From NZ with Love is a boutique brand of quality New Zealand gifts. Drawing inspiration from our country’s unique culture, lifestyle and environment to create thoughtfully designed gifts.

A From NZ with Love item will help you share your love for New Zealand – as a gift to friends and family living overseas, as a keepsake of your Kiwi Christmas adventure or as something that you just want for yourself because you are a Kiwi and proud of it!

For Christmas gifts that calm

Sending a gift that promotes peacefulness is what many crave at this time of year – although a silent night may not always play out. At Global Baby we’re huge fans of Artemis natural teas and health products – and we’re positive your gift receivers will be too! The Otago-based company has its roots set in traditional plant-based medicines, and their therapeutic range of products are designed to drive optimum health and wellbeing. Our unique range of Artemis products includes Baby Gripe Water – which uses only certified organic ingredients – and Rest and Relax Tea – ideal for busy mums who deserves a replenish and an unwind across the busy Christmas period.

For those Christmas must-have gifts

No Christmas parcel for baby is complete without a funky new bib – and our handpicked selection is sure to bring a smile to everyone’s face at the Christmas table. Our Elephant Ollie New Zealand-made bibs are not only super absorbent, practical and durable, their designs are like no others. Elephant Ollie’s Clouds Large – a weather-inspired ensemble, these little numbers can easily squeeze into a suitcase or handbag – travel friendly and oh so cute!

 

For further New Zealand-made gift ideas, Christmas stocking fillers, trusted brands and stylish everyday essentials, make it a wrap with Global Baby






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