One of the biggest Christmas surprises that people receive is a new car. The big and lavish gift will last for years and make a huge impact on the holidays. This is why instead of simply giving their spouse a car, many choose to go out of their way to create a surprise with impact. As you plan a car surprise for your spouse, there are four unique ways you can make the Christmas present even more special.
Giving the car key to your spouse is a dead giveaway to the new present. Instead of just packing the key in a small box, you can creatively hide it in plain sight. Using some holiday ribbon, you can easily turn the new car keys into a festive holiday ornament. The night before Christmas, sneak to the tree and hang the key in a conspicuous spot.
Then you can wait for your spouse to find the hanging key or you can surprise them further by gifting them a new and different ornament to hang on the tree. When they hang the new ornament, they will spot the hanging car key and figure out the surprise.
Tow Truck Trick
Play a fun Christmas prank that ends with the arrival of a brand new car for your spouse. Hire a tow truck service to come and pick up the old vehicle. Your spouse will be confused until the tow truck returns with the brand new car. If there is no old car to remove, then a tow truck can still arrive with the new car delivery. It will be quite a sight to see the tow truck pulling up to your home with lights going and a shiny new car on the back. Considering contacting the professionals at Darryll's Towing to make arrangements.
If possible, find and purchase a model car replica of the vehicle that you have purchased. There are thousands of model cars available and you will likely find a similar one online somewhere. Build the model car and then wrap it in a box to give on Christmas. When your spouse opens the box, they will be surprised to see the car inside. After putting some clues together, you can reveal the brand new car that you've purchased for them.
Christmas Car Cookies
Instead of baking a traditional gingerbread man, take a different approach to your holiday cookies. Using car shaped cookie cutters, you can make a batch of Christmas cookies that look like the vehicle you purchased. Use colored icing to match the vehicle's color.
Once the cookies are done, present them to your spouse as a festive holiday treat. As they question the car shape, you can reveal their surprise present.
The more effort that you put into the surprise, the more memorable the experience will be. Use video and photos to capture the moment and share it with family and friends.