Christmas is closing in fast. You need a way to show your friends and family you care with a special gift that won't break your budget. You need a unique gift that your loved ones will cherish, but you don't know where to start. Here are five Christmas gift ideas:
1. Photo Poster
What better way to spread holiday cheer than a poster of your family? Rather than sending holiday family photos that will sit on a mantel, send out a poster that your loved ones will proudly display on the wall. Many printing stores offer wide format printing services. Wide format printers use high quality ink and material so that your poster will be in stunning high resolution. The material also ensures the poster will last for years.
2. Photo Album
You can send your loved ones a personalized photo album. A photo album is a heartwarming way to show family holidays, birthdays, and vacation pictures. Show grandma how much her grandbaby grew over the year with a custom album. Many specialty stores allow you to choose every detail of your album from the material, the cover, and the binding.
If you know someone who just had a baby, send them a personalized stocking with the baby's name. Inside the stocking, you can include gift cards to the parents' favorite restaurant, an ornament with the baby's foot or hand print, or a storybook featuring the baby's name. There are many ways you can make the stocking personal, and the couple is sure to appreciate it.
4. Digital Picture Frame
Not sure what to get your sibling this holiday season? Give the gift of memories with a digital picture frame. Load all your favorite childhood photos of him or her along with old pictures of relatives. Your sibling can also add photos of their own choosing later. A digital picture frame also makes a great gift idea for a photographer.
5. Custom Recipe Book
If you have a family member or friend who loves cooking, give them a custom recipe book. Not only can you choose the book's cover and binding, but some stores and websites also allow you to choose recipes to go inside the book. Simply add your own personal favorites, recipes that are handed down through your family, or challenging recipes that they would enjoy making. You can also include holiday recipes for them to try next year.
These Christmas gift ideas are sure to please your loved ones. Make this holiday one to remember by adding a unique, personal touch.