Seventh Wedding Anniversary
What traditional anniversary gifts for your seventh wedding anniversary are the best pick? As copper and wool are the traditional presents for your 7 year anniversary, we will be sharing the best gift ideas using these materials.
Copper Anniversary Gifts
A cool copper wind chime for your porch, makes for a really nice 7th wedding anniversary gifts. Try some out - you don't want one that is too noisy!
A really nice seventh wedding anniversary gift is copper flowers. A nice keepsake of your 7th wedding anniversary - and romantic to boot!
If you have a decent size backyard a copper statue might be the right choice for your copper anniversary gift. You can find statues of various sizes.
A beautiful table top made of copper would make a wonderful gift for the 7 year anniversary.
Another great copper anniversary gifts for your garden idea is a copper fountain. Copper ages well and never goes out of style, so a definite good choice for your 7th wedding anniversary.
A more practical gift idea is to replace that sad mailbox you have with a brand new copper one. Copper wears well so you are sure to have that mailbox for a long time!
More outside the box idea - but visit Copper Canyon in Mexico. I've never been there so I can't promise it will be nice, but check it out.
Woolen Seven Year Anniversary Gift
Wool is the alternative traditional anniversary gifts. What 7th anniversary gifts of wool can you get?
If you are a knitter, crocheter of a handy craft person you could make your woolen anniversary gift. Although if you don't even know where to start with a ball of wool you may be better of buying your woolen 7 year anniversary gift!
If you live in a cooler climate (or go on skiing, winter holidays reasonably regularly) wool gifts are a great choice.
A funky woolen scarf really livens up an otherwise boring outfit, scarves are a great way to make a winter outfit. Choose a gift scarf in your spouses favorite color.
Like scarves, woolen hats are a way to keep the chill off...and make a fashion statement. Make sure you don't choose a scratchy one!
Woolen blanket is a gift idea, but can be a bit boring. I suggest going for a really warm chunky wool blend blanket that is really snuggly or for a pattern wool blanket.
For that crafty spouse what about a wool felt craft kit? Then they can let their creative side shine.
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