Gifts You Can Personalize
These personalized, “fancy” return address stampers make me so happy. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE mine! I use them for the return address on envelopes but also for stamping the inside of books that I loan out. I used to save the free return address stickers that some non-profits send you as an incentive to donate money. When those ran out, I had a very non-fancy return address stamper that was sad-looking and didn’t even work that well. It’s funny how something very small but indulgent can make me happy each time I use it (even when paying the bills!).
If your price point is $50 ($40 plus shipping), these fancy stampers also make great teacher and tutor gifts and/or gifts for family members. My kids also love them with just their name or initials (but not address) to make their own stationery.
For another idea, Capability:Mom is posting a Pretty Paper Giveaway!.
There are many, many styles to choose from but these are my favorites:
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Another gift idea is a wax seal kit. These have either a letter or an image.
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The 12 Days of Shopping
Dec 8: Sanitation Engineers, Mail Carriers, Hairdresser, Delivery People, Babysitter, Cleaning People, Dog Walker/Dog Trainer, etc. (a.k.a. who else did I forget?) and Emily Post’s Etiquette on this subject.
Dec 9: Husband, Me (Our Own Wacko List); Capability:Mom Husband/Wife
Dec 11: Quick Gifts from Whole Foods versus Gourmet Food Store
Dec 12: ‘Cause I Am So Together, Last Minute Home Made Gifts: Cookies & Personalized Holiday Tags
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