I'm Sadie, a busy working mum of 2 children. I have one boy who is 10 and a girl who is 6 and I am the owner of Kiddibox Surprise! Not only do a run a business, I also work part time in the hospitality industry. It's all about being crazy busy....which i LOVE!!
Its been a life long dream of mine starting up my very own business. I studied business studies at high school, amd stayed onto 6th form to learn more. Since leaving school i had many jobs, but was toying with the idea of becoming my own boss. I then became a mum after having my first son, i carried on working, i then went onto having my daughter, i carried on working. After being in and out of jobs i decided enough was enough! I then took pen to paper and went for it! I was bo longer sitting on that fence, i had dreams to persue, i had goals! So, my journey began!
Kiddibox Surprise originally started up back in August 2018 as a trial run, i was selling to friends and family and just for word of mouth. I started with the most basic product, which were filled borthday party boxes for party guests, then went straight onto Halloween and Christmas. The word got round quite quickly i became busier and busier so in April 2019 i then went onto to register as an official Sole Trader! I have plans, i have goals and i have dreams! Expansion is definitely on the cards!
Here at Kiddibox Surprise I make and design gifts made especially for all of lifes special occasions! Whether its a birthday gift, Christmas, Father's day, Mother's day, a baby shower, new baby, Easter, Halloween.....the list goes on! Or even a gift just to show someone you are thinking of them, this is the place to be! All gifts are handmade with love tailored to suit you every need! I also offer a range of hair accessories for children and adults of all ages! New products are being added to website all the time!
Special gifts made for all special occasions!
Owner Of Kiddibox Surprise
Handmade Tailored Just For You ❤
Small Norwich Business Owner
Fully registered Sole Trader
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“Success is not final; failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.”