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26 February 2016

WIN a Rose Basket and Buttercream Swirls for Mother's Day



I was so incredibly impressed with the Valentine's Day gifts from Bradford Bakers that we have collaborated again to offer one lucky person this beautiful duo. You can even have it delivered on Mother's Day for that special someone in your life to show your true love and appreciation!


The basket features lots of pretty pink and purple flowers along with fresh white gerberas. This is teamed with 6 beautifully presented cupcakes that are decorated with hearts and glitter galore!






For your chance to WIN a Rose Basket and Buttercream Swirls hamper for Mother's Day you can enter via the Gleam entry form below.

The giveaway ends at 11.59pm GMT on 3rd March 2016.

Leaving a comment is compulsory but there are additional entry methods available also.

Good luck!


WIN a Rose Basket and Buttercream Swirls


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  1. the ideal Mothers Day for me would be to not do any housework whatsoever and be thoroughly treated - a lovely meal out and flowers along with plenty of hugs would be lovely! :)

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  2. My perfect mother's day is spending the day with my children and mam!

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  3. now my ma is in a car ehome now her dementia is worse over the 3 years of having it,something like this would be so great to take in to her and also to share with the residents who dont have visitors to have a treat too

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  4. The perfect Mother's Day is having a lovely lunch with Mum & my other family members, crashing out on the sofa & scoffing chocolates :)

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  5. The perfect mothers day for me would be a morning sleep in followed by a fantastic day out with my boys x

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  6. The perfect mothers day for me would be a morning sleep in followed by a fantastic day out with my boys x

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  7. I'd be happy with a lie in lol - I'm not greedy 9am would be enough x

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  8. i'm looking forward to spending the day with my mum and children x

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  9. I usually ask my mum what she fancies as she often has a present she has had her eye on. If not I get her something like flowers and a surprise as well. We usually have tea together as a family as well.

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  10. I love anything that my little ones make but if they bought me a bouquet of flowers or chocolates, I would very much appreciate it.

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  11. A relaxing day and a nice meal!

    AShleigh

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  12. A perfect mother's day for me is spending time with my children, eating tasty food and having lots of laughs, and of course it would be even better with some cupcakes and flowers as well x

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  13. Spending the day with my family would make the perfect mother's day and having someone else cook the dinner or a meal out, I do love to receive cards but aren't too bothered about receiving gifts, though its a bonus if i do x

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  14. a lie followed by a nice lunch out with the hubby and kids thankyou

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  15. a chillin day but a nice fry up to start it

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  16. a lovely tasting meal

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  17. Going for a nice family italian meal then having lots of delicious praline chocolates

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  18. The perfect Mother's Day for me would be dinner at a restaurant by the sea and a family walk along the beach.

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  19. I would really love to take my mum on holiday x

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  20. I'm not buying this year I am making a gift!

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  21. time with my family is fine for me

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  22. Breakfast in bed and no chores for the day!

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  23. I'd like a delicious lunch cooked for me.

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  24. a weekend away - some pamper time.

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  25. I would love a lovely lunch out and time with family

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  26. We always have a big family lunch on Mothers Day, just having the family all together is more than enough for me.

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  27. Flowers - my Mum loves flowers, she used to be a florist many years ago :o)

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  28. Roast dinner at home with my mum and daughter xx

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  29. I would love a lie in, then day with the kids and husband, finished off with a long uninterrupted bath.

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  30. Beautiful flowers for my Mum she adores them.

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  31. I would send some flowers and cake to Mumbai via online cake shop to my loving mum in India this Mothers Day....

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  32. MY PERFECT MOTHERS DAY WISH IS MY MUM STILL BEING AROUND

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  33. Not to have anything to do from waking up breakfast in bed would be lovely

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  34. My Mum is happy with flowers.

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  35. Going to a day Spa followed by dinner and theatre and a night in a 5* hotel with ensuite Jacuzzi

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  36. Some flowers & a lovely lunch!

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  37. I'd love to have all of my sons & their families together with me :-)

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  38. Maria Rogers27/02/2016, 12:22

    The perfect mothers day for me would be to see my recently deceased daughter again, hold her in my arms and tell how much I love her and that I miss her everyday. Mothers day for some can be very hard indeed xxx Love and appreciate your kids every second of everyday xxx

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  39. The perfect mothers day for me would be to see my 4 children and their families on the day. It doesn't often happen as they all live in different places but I can't complain as they did get together for my 60th earlier this year. I see the grandchildren often as I do have some of them after school. Unfortunately my mum is no longer with us but I always lay flowers for her.

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  40. Paula Readings27/02/2016, 12:37

    Perfect day would be a nice dinner after spending time in my garden on a warm day.

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  41. I would give a photo with a personalised frame

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  42. My mum loves hats, so I'd get her a new hat to add to her collection :)

    ~ Anthony G

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  43. Taking her out for the day doing something she loves. Since becoming wheelchair bound she appreciates going out so much more so a perfect Mother's day would be taking her out!

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  44. A lie in and a homemade card ♡

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  45. A meal cooked for me would be fantastic

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  46. My Mum loves flowers x

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  47. for me it would be flowers

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  48. Perfect mothers day is breakfast in bed and spending the day with my mum and children x

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  49. A phone call or message would be plenty, I don't need stuff bought.

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  50. I would love a day out and a nice meal

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  51. Buying a gift hamper from Betty's

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  52. Being pampered with dinner cooked for me - in my dreams

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  53. I'd purchase something frivolous like flowers and a fancy spa day!

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  54. Being pampered and cooked for :)

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  55. I'm looking forward to pampering my mum and taking her for a slap up meal xx

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  56. Would love this for my mum

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  57. what a great looking gift xx

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  58. My mum live a while away from me but I'd like to have a nice chat to her on the day and take her out for lunch when I see her in a few weeks.

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  59. breakfast in bed, a bunch of tulips and a box of hotel chocolat

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  60. Well for a Mum as special as mine is to me.. I have bought her already a beautiful silver and amethyst bracelet ... I have yet to get a lovely bunch of flowers too ... but that is my plan .. then hubby and kiddies making sunday lunch for us at mums house xx

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  61. my perfect mothers day would be a lie in and a day off cooking and a cleaning x

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  62. My Perfect Mothers Day would consist of spending it with my 3 Children, but unfortunatly this year i am working all Day and My Soldier Son is at camp.
    I am going to give my Mum an early Mothers Day on Friday,treating to her lunch after taking flowers to my Grannys Grave

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  63. tracy baines28/02/2016, 17:25

    sadly my mother is no longer alive but had she been these cupcakes would have been an excellent gift

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  64. spending the day with my grandaughter x

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  65. carolyn joyce28/02/2016, 17:41

    I dont celebrate mothers day but I am ALWAYS on the look out for the perfect gift for my mum and the prize that is on offer today is just wonderful. It's something I would never have thought of (the little cakes)

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  66. I would purchase a really nice card with a lovely and meaningful verse inside as that is all my mum really wants.

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  67. this prize looks lovely - i love handmade cards & pressies from my kids

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  68. Layla Thomas28/02/2016, 20:29

    I'd love a total and complete day off, where they ask their father for drinks or snacks and where hubby does bedtime and mealtimes.

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  69. I'd love a day off from looking after our two puppies. That would be bliss

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  70. The perfect day would be flying my mum over to America to see her sister or taking her out for a nice meal so she has a day off

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  71. You can't beat flowers and chocolates

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  72. This year my perfect mothers day would be to have breakfast in bed then go and spend some time with my mum hoping she is well enough to come home then I can really spoil her

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  73. A spa day or chocs and non-alcoholic wine :)

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  74. Nice walk in the woods

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  75. Walk on the beach x

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  76. Jodie Darnley29/02/2016, 12:01

    Mother's day has never really bothered me as I don't feel I need a day for my children to tell me they love me but that being said, a lie in with breakfast in bed would be amazing :)

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  77. A nice spa day with my mum I think we both deserve a relax :)

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  78. I would love a sleep in and have a nice sunday dinner cooked for me, unfortunately my husband works every sunday without exception, i can dream though

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  79. The perfect day for the Mother that I know would be a visit from her family who are a long long way away.

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  80. I'd buy my mum something we can do together. I'd love for it to be a holiday away because she really deserves that, but a meal or a coffee will do

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  81. A lie-in and a Champagne afternoon tea

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  82. It would have to be to go out for a meal and have a really relaxing day

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  83. A meal made for me for a change

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  84. My perfect mother's day is spending the day with my children and husband

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  85. my perfect mothers day is spending the day with my family

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  86. Terri Mathewson29/02/2016, 16:22

    The perfect mothers day would be having my happy do all the chores

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  87. I'll be buying football tickets for my mum. She's not a conventional mum... :)

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  88. I would love an uninterrupted sleep with a roast dinner cooked for me

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  89. I love spending time with my Mum so going out for the day together or a meal or to the theatre would be lovely.

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  90. A day with my family (but no cooking)

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  91. My Mum lives a long way away from me, so just to be with my Mum on Mothering Sunday would make my day

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  92. My mum likes the simple things in life, and isn't material at all.. I would buy her a bunch of daffodils because she loves them.

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  93. i would treat my mum to everything and anything she wants as shes my world.

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  94. my own mother is sadly no longer with us and she was the most special mum in the world...but she was always happy to receive chocolate and flowers

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  95. Looking forward to sunday lunch with the rest of the family x

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  96. A perfect mothers day for me would simply be a home made card from my son :)

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  97. I'm planning on buying my Grandma some colourful flowers and her favourite chocolates :)

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  98. A lie in followed by a lovely meal out for us all would be perfect.

    @rachiegr

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  99. My mum loves a big bunch of flowers, some peace and quiet and some knitting wool!

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  100. Isabell Whitenstall29/02/2016, 19:26

    The perfect gift for me this year would be a new china mug with Mother or Grandmother or as I just broke mine yesterday. I have hinted but goodness knows if I hinted hard enough

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  101. I would buy my mum flowers and a little piece of homeware. She loves both of those things!

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  102. something unique like a personallised tile to set the teapot on

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  103. I'd like to take my Mum and Dad down to Selsey with my little boy and re-live a weekend at seaside by staying in a caravan near the beach, playing in the old arcades and fairground rides and riding on a pony. Perfect memories like these are what mum and dad have given me.

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  104. child free relaxing time sounds perfect to me!

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  105. Barbara Knight29/02/2016, 19:49

    A home-made cake would make the day perfect.



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  106. I'd love to buy my mum a new car but it's slightly out of the price range so I think the next best thing she'd like is tickets to a show.

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  107. time off to go for a walk with my daughter and an opportunity to just chat

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  108. Going for a nice long walk with my little one and husband, followed by a lunch made by them both while I rest my feet

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  109. I'd buy my mum some flowers because they are cheerful and a nice gift.

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  110. I would love to give my mum everything she ever dreamed of for mother's day, she really deserves it! The perfect mother's day would be going with my mum to a spa for quality treatment and a great time xx

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  111. My perfect Mothers Day would be just to spend some quality time with my family :)

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  112. a pub lunch with the family

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  113. I would just like to be with my mum and my daughter. 3 generations together :)

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  114. Spending quality time with the family (and being spoilt)

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  115. our perfect Mothers Day is a day with our family, a nice meal and some quality time together.

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  116. I love getting perfume & beauty products gorgeous smelling ones

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  117. I always make a special afternoon tea for my mum, includimg her favourite cucumber sandwiches

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  118. Just knowing that all my children are thinking about me.

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  119. Spending the day with my kids :)

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  120. a pretty necklace x

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  121. No housework and no fighting kids peaceful house we can dream can't we lol

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  122. helen tovell01/03/2016, 08:52

    No chores and spending time with my children and my mum

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  123. The perfect day would be a nice meal with the family and maybe a walk along the beach with the dogs :)

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  124. The day being remembered is all that is important to me. Cards and gifts are lovely but it is the visit, phone call or email that is important.

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  125. Be treated special, cups of tea and the washing up done without asking

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  126. I am looking forward to spending the day with my son and husband, enjoying a nice meal out :)

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  127. Going out for mothers day afternoon tea

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  128. Doing something with the children, maybe breakfast in bed followed by us all going to the cinema and then for a nice meal.

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  129. My perfect Mothers day would be spending the whole day with my little boy baking cakes and watching Disney Movies in Bed. But I have to work at 7am :(

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  130. A picnic by a river,weather permitting

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  131. Ideal Mother's Day for me would be a big family lunch, cooked by someone else of course thanks

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  132. Time with all the family.

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  133. I think my mum wants a bike this year. I'd best get saving...!

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  134. For a special mother (well, for my special mother :) ) I would purchase personalised chocolates because there is nothing she'd rather have than chocolate, but I could add extra thought with the personalisation

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  135. A day where I didn't have to cook, clean or do any work would be nice!

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  136. Georgia McAllister02/03/2016, 10:36

    A hug and a homemade card is always my favourite Mother's Day gift.

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  137. Happy with a visit I don't like them spending their money on me

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  138. A relaxing day spent with my children and grandchildren would be perfect but unlikely as they live so far away :(

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  139. For me the perfect day is with my family and hopefully receiving some lovely flowers :) xx

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  140. My mother is a woman of simple taste. Flowers are something she really adores so they are always at the top of the list.

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  141. Perfect Mothers day would be not have to cook the sunday dinner and watching rom-com films all day instead of normal sport on the television

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  142. A relaxing day just simply being spoilt x

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  143. Off work, time with family and no kitchen duties as getting treated to lunch out

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  144. Even though I'm a mum, I much prefer to treat my mum. I love to take her out to lunch with my brothers and sisters. She loves homemade cakes so I always bake her one and get her a few little surprises too :)

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  145. the perfect present would be a day spent with us and the dog, cream tea and peace and quiet

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  146. spending time with my mum, which I am doing. :)

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  147. I would love a day when all my kids do as they're told and don't argue with each other. I'll give my mum flowers, chocolates and give her money to buy herself something as I never get it right.

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  148. A trip up to the lake district if the weather is nice for a spot of lunch and a hike.

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  149. I can't wait until Mothers Day as going up to visit my daughter at Uni and having a nice family meal out together!

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  150. So long as I'm with my boys on mothers day which I plan to be, it will be perfect

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  151. Kelly Hooper02/03/2016, 19:03

    My ideal mothers day is receiving a handmade card from my youngest and a strop free day from my eldest :) Ohh and a cup of tea would just be icing on top

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  152. Just to have the day off work would be nice but unfortunately can't get cover, my two will be spoiling me as usually bless them :)

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  153. Home-made cake and card would be my gift to a special mother.

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  154. Breakfast in bed, then tea with my mum

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  155. Would love a yummy dinner cooked for me

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  156. My perfect mother's day would just be my kids giving me big hugs :)

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  157. Cup of tea in bed and a nice bunch of flowers

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  158. I would love an undisturbed nights sleep followed by a lie in and breakfast in bed - never going to happen!

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  159. I'd love a long lie in and breakfast in bed!

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  160. Breakfast in bed after a lovely lie in. I have bought my mum a photo shoot with the family including the dogs. I know she is going to love it xx

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  161. A perfect mothers day would be spending family time together, then a lovely meal cooked for me :)

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  162. I will love spend some time with my mum and family chocs would be welcome :)

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  163. My perfect day would be a nice lie-in followed by time spent with my four children, without them arguing!

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  164. I relaxing spa day and afternoon tea

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  165. Lynsey Buchanan02/03/2016, 22:53

    Breakfast in bed would be a great start

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  166. Breakfast in bed with my Daughters followed by a day with no housework x

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  167. A visit from both my children and my baby granddaughter. @jaizduck

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  168. I love giving my mum flowers - she loves them so much x

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  169. Helen Gilbert02/03/2016, 23:36

    Afternoon tea at The Langham

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  170. perfect gift for my mum would be afternoon tea followed by a browse in the charity shops :)

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  171. Rebekka Phillips03/03/2016, 01:42

    My mum has always wanted to go on a cruise so I plan on saving in the near future and getting that for her :) <3

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  172. My perfect day would be spent with my son and family who have just had my first granddaughter but being too far away it is not possible. I shall spend the day though thinking of them

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  173. iget my mum flowers and cook roast dinner for her

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  174. my perfect mothers day would be just one day without my 4 children arguing and fighting and actually being nice to each other sharing their toys and playing nicely......Lol!

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  175. A perfect Mother's Day would be a day without housework - so I would be able to spend every minute with my loved ones

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  176. I always work on Sunday's so never get to spend an enjoyable relaxing Mother's Day, my ideal day would be a day off and head out for Sunday lunch

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  177. a family day and nice roast and walk

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  178. being woke up with the children jumping all over me

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  179. Spending the day with my mum n daughter xx

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  180. My perfect Mother's Day is simply spending time together as a family on a day out or relaxing at home.

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  181. perfect mothers day for me is no cooking and no housework and spending time with my family

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  182. Going out for afternoon tea and then shopping together :)

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  183. The perfect Mother's Day for me would be spending the day with my mum and having afternoon tea as a treat!

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  184. A relaxing day with my children and the husband cooking!

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  185. I had twin babies 3 months ago and ever since I haven't had any me time. it would be lovely to have an hour of from baby sitting!

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  186. a day off. no cooking no cleaning , thats my idea of heaven

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  187. My perfect Mothers Day would be spending the day with all three of my wonderful children xx

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  188. a bunch of daffodils and a long lie!

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