Gifts for a 40 year old woman

Written by molly prather
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Choosing the perfect gift for any woman can be stressful, especially when it comes to special occasions. Even though it's the thought that counts, be sure you avoid presents that are one-size-fits-all from the clearance rack. Women tend to value experiences over material goods, so here are a few great gift ideas for women in their 40s that are both thoughtful and classy.

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Handmade Jewelry

Handmade, one-of-a-kind jewellery is a nice gift for a woman that already has a lifetime of baubles in her jewellery box. Art walks, craft fairs and online stores are reliable resources for finding pieces that are perfect for any woman. Depending on the stones and metals used in the pieces of jewellery, prices can range from inexpensive to very expensive. The best part of a handmade gift is that it's one-of-a-kind just like the women you're giving it to!

Wine Tasting Weekend Getaway

There's nothing quite as relaxing as a wine tasting weekend getaway.A great chance to expand your wine knowledge and your palate, wine centric weekends are great for both couples and groups of friends. In addition to tastings, many wineries offer tours of the vineyard so you'll leave knowing how and why exactly your wine your wine tastes, smells and feels the way it does.

Cooking Lessons

Cooking lessons can be a fun gift for the woman who's looking to expand her kitchen cooking prowess. Classes offer an edible education in a variety of fine cuisines such as Italian, French, and Vegan depending on the palate' preferences of the gift recipient. Classes are often taught in groups giving people an opportunity to make new friends while enjoying delectable food. Classes are offered through a variety of different venues including cooking schools, community centres, and speciality gourmet food shops.

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