This year has not gone to plan for most of us. I really hoped to go on lots of holidays and weekends away with the kids. We definitely made the most of lockdown by exploring our local outdoor spaces but next year is going to be different. Throw me a vaccine and get me out of here!

That’s why I’ve come up with a plan!

First grab yourself a photoframe. I bought a £10 multiframe from B&M.

bucket list gift on a budget

Then start with the landscape photos. I searched for places we haven’t been yet and found suitable photos to print off.

bucket list gift on a budgetbucket list gift on a budget Then for the portrait frames, local attraction leaflets are ideal. Find yourself one of these stands. You can normally find them in the supermarket or at service stations, so even in a Tier 3 location, you should be able to access them.

Either involve the kids or make it as a surprise. I loved the boys being able to choose where they want to go to next year and getting excited about the prospect.

Then just add your leaflets to your printed attractions and your gift is ready!

Next year when you visit all these amazing places, you can replace each leaflet with a photo of you and the family at the location.

What better way to make memories.

bucket list gift on a budget