Novelties and Their Categories

It is often said that it is happier to give than to receive. This statement has some degree of truth in it. The practice of giving gifts is an old one that can be traced in different religious books. During festive seasons like Christmas and New Year gift shops are full of customers. A novelty is an item that is fit to be given, received, or sold as a gift. The term gift is therefore synonymous to gift.
There are different thing that can be sold in a novelty shop. The variance of the products depends on the target group. Occasion, age, and nature of relationship are great determiners of the kind f gifts to be stocked in a novelty shop. Nevertheless, a standard novelty shop is ought to have the following categories of items:
This category involves anything that can be eaten. However, it is not polite and goes beyond the boundary of civility and decorum to send someone wholesome food. This category includes edibles like candy and beverages. Under these two, there are milk, coffee, soft drinks, gum and fruits.
Cutlery and Utensils
This category is one that includes items to be used for decorations and vessels for everyday use. Examples of items falling in this category are: armors, glasses, picture frames, clocks, bags, chains, plates, and coffee mugs.
This is the most common category. Cards are simple and effective form of communicating. Creativity can be added ton card depending with the relationship that you have with the person you are sending the card to. There are different types of cards based on this criterion.
Cards for a couple
I love you, wedding, miss you: all these are aimed to cement and enhance a relationship.
Humor, greetings, encouragement, I love you, Birthday and sympathy cards.

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