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It’s the end of November and by now you have started gathering ideas for family and friends’ Christmas gifts. Or maybe you don’t use a list but shop throughout the year when you get a hint or idea for the perfect gift. Either way, it’s fun to try to find that one gift you know they’ll love. And we want to know in this Christmas contest, what is the best gift you’ve given or received? It can be something sentimental, something funny or something that really surprised you and stays with you every Christmas.
If you comment below with your answer to this Christmas contest you will be entered to have a chance to win $50 to Pear Tree Greetings. You can spend it on whatever you would like – Christmas cards, Christmas thank you cards, Christmas notelettes, save the dates – anything! Three winners will be drawn at random. Contest ends December 9, 2012.
Looking for uniquely personal holiday gift ideas? Check out our Holiday Gift Guide! Our new personalized children’s books make great gifts for new babies and kids. For the grown-ups on your list, personalized note cards or note card sets are thoughtful ideas for friends, teachers and hostess gifts. Our Holiday Gift Guide includes:
Personalized Children’s Books
We’re so excited to show you these new, super cute gift ideas for kids: personalized children’s books, featuring your child’s name right in the book! You can choose from several adorable stories and personalize the one you like with your child’s name. In as little as 2 weeks you have a custom-made book with your child as the hero!
Everybody can use a few more ideas on how to impress your boss, and as work-related ideas go, this one is pretty simple: a handwritten note to your boss, delivered on National Boss’s Day.
Just like you love to hear that you’re doing a good job, bosses like to be appreciated for being, well, a good boss. This is your chance to tell him or her that you appreciate their support and guidance, that you admire their work on a particular project or their leadership in a meeting, that you are learning a lot from them, or simply that you appreciate the job.
When we were kids, it was easy to show Mom how much we cared on Mother’s Day. You’ve gave her flowers or dime-store bath beads, and you brought her breakfast in bed. Now that you’re all grown up, and maybe even a mom yourself, you know how much even a little gesture from your kids means to you. It’s the thought that counts, right?
If you’re looking for mother’s day gift ideas, here are a few thought starters for notes to Mom that we know she’ll appreciate. And all you need is a pen, pretty note cards, and a stamp.
Top 10 memories of your mom
The time she visited your 3rd grade classroom and brought cookies. The time she stood up for you against the neighborhood bully. The time you were sick and she watched chick flicks with you all day. The list goes on and on. Continue reading