The holiday season is coming up! Have you thought about your presents yet? Here’s a bunch of creative ideas so you can push your gift gaming up a notch:
For the best friend
- Name bracelets
If you haven’t bought your best friend personalized jewelry, then you’re one step short on being the greatest friend. Sentimental messages forged on objects as permanent as a bracelet or a ring can boost your friendships to the next level. If you want to purchase one, click here.
- Fandom products
Do you have an exceptional series, film, or book that only you and your best friend can understand as deep as they go? Whether you buy him/her a shirt, a notebook, or a beanie, as long as it has your favorite references or characters, you’re good to go.
For the Dad
- Clothing kits
Ties, socks, handkerchiefs–your dad will appreciate it if you give him a package where he could organize his daily clothing accessories. You can play with combinations of accessories or just stick to one, like a tie kit. Do-It-Yourself or DIY projects are the current trend in gift-giving, so you can also personalize the box according to how your dad likes.
- Pulled pork shredder claws
These kitchen tools are an innovation. They are fun to use, very efficient, and will make your dad feel like a wolf-like mutant who rips meat for a living. Also, shredder claws can make your outdoor picnic meals more delicious in less time!
For the Mom
- Polaroid camera
Have you noticed that this generation of moms is usually filled with Instagram mothers? Up their game by bringing them a polaroid for the holidays. Nothing beats Instagram pictures better than instant photos printed out for the whole family to see.
Personalized recipe book
Moms love receiving praise for their cooking. They take pride in their recipes, while some even institutionalize them for the next generations. Your mother will surely appreciate it if you give her an avenue to immortalize her well-crafted recipes through a book or plate.
- Matching tattoos
Partners come and go, and best friends can leave you, but sisters are forever. Surprise your sister with a free tattoo that will match with yours. It will surely strengthen your bond.
- Beauty station/booth
This might come as a bit more than your budget, but your sister will surely appreciate an upgrade on her standard bedroom desk and mirror. You may ask your parents to support you on this. Upgrade her makeup station with special containers for makeup brushes and pens. You can also go the extra mile of decorating her place with lights and design to make her feel more fabulous whenever she goes out.
- Game credits
Your gamer brother will certainly appreciate game credits, as any gamer would do. This is easy for you yet special for him because you’ll only need to have the cash and ask a friend to help you buy Garena credits or unlockable updates in video games.
- Swiss army knife
A knife with a corkscrew, a scissor, a can opener, and many other tools is a must-have for a son. Get your brother the opportunity of owning a prized multi-tool pocket knife for very affordable prices.
- “Since the 1970s” shirts
Nothing will make your grandparents more adorable than making them wear a couple shirts that say “in love since 1970.” They might even appreciate it that you’re giving them a taste of the younger generation’s culture.
- Travel tickets
Give your grandparents another chance to take a trip abroad with travel tickets. Maybe you can bring them to a place they’ve always wanted to visit before but never had the opportunity to. An international trip will give them something to do after the busy day of holidays.
For your boyfriend
- Netflix subscription
With the continuous rising popularity of Netflix-produced films and series, you’ll be doing your boyfriend a favor by buying him at least three months of Netflix subscription. Also, you’ll now be able to do real Netflix and chill.
- Personalized hobby accessories
For music lovers, you can, for example, personalize a guitar pick or a drumstick for your boyfriend. For sports and athletes, you can buy him a ball and decorate it with something special. Pick an object from your boyfriend’s favorite hobby and pour out your creativity on it, and he’ll be good for the holidays.
The pressure of the holidays can be too much. Sometimes it can get to you and you won’t be able to pour out your effort to give the gifts to your family that you want. You can always give something expensive and store-bought, but being creative and making the extra work will always bring out better results. Happy gift-giving holidays!