It is always pleasant to present gifts to people close to and dear to us, and it’s even more pleasant to receive them, anyway. Indeed, this is both a material value, and also a sign of attention and care. The main thing is that you act wholeheartedly.
There are many spoken and, for the most part, unspoken rules regarding the content and price of a gift. For example, a corporate gift should in one way or another reflect the policies and corporate identity of the company. It should not be provoking, but be remembered. In no case should a gift offend feelings of the person to whom it is intended. It should be pleasing to the eye and remind of a giver.
Of course, handmade gifts take a special place. They have a piece of the master’s soul.