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Chocolate & Fruit Basket to Tallinn, Estonia

17 Apr

For corporate parties, holidays in the office or at home send a delicious gift basket to Estonia filled with fresh fruit and chocolate that is sure to become the centerpiece of any celebration. As an extra touch add a bouquet of fresh flowers, a bottle of wine or any other item they will appreciate the most.


Business Gift Basket to Houston, USA

15 Apr

When you want to show appreciation and respect to your colleagues or business associates send a classic gift to USA of renown spirits and delicious gourmet goodies. Great taste and nice presentation will make a perfect surprise and please those you care about.


Easter Gift Baskets to Athens, Greece

11 Apr

Thanks so much Irina! And I’m sorry for the initial inconvenience involved in the delivery of this basket..
Well, looks like all the baskets I ordered this Orthodox Easter to 6 different addresses in Greece were delivered successfully….again!
Well done, Gift Baskets Overseas! All of your help and service are appreciated..

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International Gift Delivery Company Hops into Spring with Fresh Easter Baskets!

08 Apr releases a brand new line of gift baskets for Easter and Spring!

ARLINGTON, Mass., April 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ —, the experts in international gift delivery, announced today their release of Spring-themed gift baskets just in time for the Easter holiday. This year, Easter Sunday falls on April 20, so customers looking for Easter baskets for kids and sophisticated gifts for adults still have plenty of time to find the perfect gift.’s new releases include Easter-themed chocolates from such chocolatiers as Godiva and Lindt; exquisite wines from around the world, and even natural spa products made to spoil anyone’s loved one. And delivers these gifts to 180 countries around the world, so loved ones who are apart on the holidays can still connect.

Although Easter is currently considered a Christian holiday, it finds inspiration in the roots of previously existing religions, and so there are a wide range of people preparing to celebrate either the Resurrection or the renewal and awakening of Spring.  The holiday has such a wide range of celebratory events that everyone is sure to find a way to enjoy it, be it spiritual fellowship or a day of relaxation with loved ones.

“Easter is really when we start to feel the newness of the year,” says Dmitriy Peregudov, Chief Gift Officer at “Flowers are blooming, the days are getting longer, and everything is waking up. We love finding new Spring gifts for Easter every year, and particularly love making sure there are appropriate gifts in every region we serve, so no matter where your loved one is, you can share this special holiday.”

When it comes to celebrating Easter, there are so many traditions around the world that they all can’t be listed here. Many different cultures follow the great tradition of coloring hard-boiled eggs with dye, or giving baskets of candy and sweets away. The Easter Bunny decorates the windows of homes, and even visits kids in local malls all across the globe. There are church services, park readings, egg hunts, flower parties, and even formal family photo events that are translated into different cultures. However one chooses to celebrate, they can be sure that when the time comes to send presents to loved ones,’s online Easter catalog has a gift that will fit the recipient and the celebration.

About is an A-ranked, BBB-accredited company based in the United States that specializes in delivering superior quality gifts to over 180 countries. is renowned globally for providing online ordering convenience, multilingual 24-hour customer service, and secure payment options. 


7 Creative Ways of Decorating Easter Eggs

07 Apr

Colored eggs is the universal symbol of Easter, and the tradition dates back way to Mesopotamia. With Easter right around the corner, you may want to start thinking about some fun ideas for coloring Easter eggs with the whole family. Of course, you could always buy the Easter egg dye at the store, but let’s be honest, decorating them yourself is always much more fun! Forget dye-in-box kits – these amazingly creative egg decorating crafts are way cooler. Best of all: they’re super easy for kids of all ages and can be made with stuff you probably already have at home.

To get your creative juices flowing, here’re some creative non-traditional ways of coloring Easter eggs – some of them are so pretty that it’s gonna be hard to crack and eat the eggs later!

First Things First

Hollow or hard-boiled? Decorated Easter eggs may be either hard-boiled or blown out of their shells. Hard-boiled eggs are traditional and easier for kids to work with. Hollow eggs on the other hand are the best if you want to keep your work of art as long as possible. To make blown shells, use a long needle to make a small hole in the small end of the egg and a bigger hole in the large end. Stick the needle into the yolk to break it. Shake the egg large-end down until it’s empty inside. Rinse the shell under cool running water and let it dry.

How to boil Easter eggs?

Unless you are using natural dyes, you need to hard-boil your eggs prior to decorating. Place the eggs in a large saucepan and add cold water so that it covers the eggs. Place on medium-high heat and bring water to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer eggs for 9 minutes. Remove from heat and fill with cold water. Note that the eggs must be completely cool and dry to decorate successfully.

1. Glitter Dot Eggs


These elegant Easter eggs will become the perfect addition to Easter baskets, centerpieces and egg hunts, but creating them is as easy as eating the ears off a chocolate bunny!

What You’ll Need: hard-boiled or blown eggs, glue stick, glitter and/or colored sugars; a pen or pencil

How to Do It: Use a pen or pencil to mark the spots on the egg where you want to place the dots. Using a glue stick, apply some glue to the marked areas. Roll the eggs in glitter, allow the glue to dry and voilá your stylish Easter eggs are ready within a few minutes!

2. Washi Tape

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We love this adorable decorating technique not only because it makes a very interesting Easter basket, but it’s also completely mess-free! Your kids will love using different colors and patterns and you’ll love the hassle-free clean-up and the gorgeous results.

What You’ll Need: Japanese washi tape in different colors and patterns

How to Do It: Choose one or several tapes you want to use for your eggs. Cut pieces of varying sizes and shapes, and press onto the egg. Use your imagination, the pattern possibilities are endless!

3. Crayon Shavings
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This method allows you to use up all those broken crayons you have hanging around the house, and your kids will absolutely love the tactile experience of dipping their hands into the shavings.

What You’ll Need: Paper towels, a grater and crayons

How to Do It: Unlike other methods, to color your Easter eggs with crayon shavings, you need to do it before letting the eggs cool down. While your eggs are boiling, remove the wrappers from the crayons and grate a bunch of different colors over a bowl or paper towel. As soon as the eggs are done, drain the water and dry the eggs. While they are still warm, roll them in the crayon shavings. The heat will melt the shavings, leaving you with beautiful designs on your eggs. The results are pretty, vibrant and unique!

4. Men’s Tie


Using this method will finally give you an excuse to get rid of your husband’s old ugly ties!

What You’ll Need: old 100% silk ties, vinegar and a pillowcase cut into pieces.

How to Do It: Cut the ties apart so there is no lining. Wrap the egg inside the shiny part of the tie and close it up with string. Grab the pillowcase pieces to wrap around the eggs. Place the eggs in the bowl with water, add ¼ cup of vinegar and boil for 20-30 minutes. Cool the eggs, remove the fabric, allow them to completely dry and watch that lame old tie turn into an Easter egg masterpiece!

5. Tie-Dye

No old silk ties available? No problem! This simple method calling for family teamwork will also bring great results!

What You’ll Need:  Baking sheet, paper towels, vinegar, food coloring, disposable gloves

How to Do It: To tie-dye your Easter eggs, prepare your work space by lining a baking sheet with 6 or more layers of paper towels. Wearing disposable gloves, dip half of a paper towel into vinegar. Squeeze out the excess vinegar and wrap an egg in the paper towel. Place the egg on the baking sheet and squeeze some food coloring onto the paper towel-covered egg. Rotate the egg applying different colors until the entire thing is covered. Remove the paper towel and let the eggs dry.

6.Duct Tape Eggs

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Kids love tape, and helping them make the patterns can also be a fun lesson in geometry. The results of your efforts are pretty and easy to achieve with the help of basic stuff you probably already have.

What You’ll Need: duct or electrical tape, small bowls of water, food coloring or other dyes

How to Do It: Cut the tape in varying lengths and widths and apply to your eggs, leaving some white space. Dye the eggs and wait for them to dry. Remove the tape, and, if desired, reapply to create a pattern and dye with another color.

7. Bubble Wrap Eggs

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This method uses materials we all have at home and it creates cute eggs that can be decorated before or after they’re dyed, for a multi-colored effect. Really fast and easy way of making your Easter eggs stand out!

What You’ll Need: bubble wrap, acrylic paint and paintbrushes.

How to Do It: Use a paintbrush to coat the bubble wrap with the paint. Then roll your eggs over the paint. That’s it!

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Flower Basket to Rome, Italy

04 Apr

This charming flower basket to Italy in has it all! Screaming elegance, style, delicacy it’s perfect for those special occasions when you need to demonstrate your love, care, support or say Congratulations. Cheer up your dear recipient and bring positive emotions into their life by presenting these fresh beautiful flowers nicely arranged in a keepsake wicker hamper.


Wine Gift Set to Kingston, Jamaica

02 Apr


Although my order was late, you all managed to go the extra mile, provided WOW service and the gift was delivered on the day requested. I really appreciated that, thanks soooo much. My friend loved her 50th birthday gift!

Seasons Greetings to all and your families.



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Fruit Basket to Budapest, Hungary

31 Mar

The abundance of vitamins and colors in this delicious gift basket to Hungary will boost their mood and immune system. A selection of fresh seasonal fruit at the height of their ripeness is combined with chocolate and sweet treats that will satisfy any sweet tooth on your list. Bring the sun into their life with a surprise they are going to love and enjoy to its full!


Chocolate Gift Basket to Yerevan, Armenia

28 Mar

 Colorful balloons, a bottle of great sparkling wine, and chic gift basket overflowing with delicious chocolate, bonbons, and sweet treats decorated with fresh roses and seasonal flowers… No, you are not dreaming! You can order this amazing surprise for you dear recipient to send anywhere in the world and bring lots of positive emotions and unforgettable memories. Show how much you care with this gift to Armenia made to impress!


Fruit Basket to Tokyo, Japan

26 Mar was a Godsend! They delivered the gift to the recipient within 3 days – even when a typhoon hit! The customer service was AMAZING! They promptly responded to emails and I spoke to a live representative whenever I called. I am in the United States and sent a gift to a Japanese military base without complication. The recipient loved their gift and I will forever be grateful to for making it all possible. I highly recommend their service and I will definitely use them again in the future!

Jim P. (USA)

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