Wednesday, 17 December 2008

Personalized Holiday Gifts

So many December babies around. So many birthdays. So many gifts need to buy. It is a difficult task to decide what to buy for each of them. And now Christmas is just around the corner?! Gosh, more things to think about. What to buy? What to buy? *scratches head*

I think something personalized should do the trick. It shows how thoughtful you can be. Here are a few personalized holiday gifts that I found on Pexagon:-

1) Personalized Thumb Drives, where you can store pictures of your love ones. What is so personalized about this? Well, you can actually engrave the recipient's name on it through custom laser engraving and it is absolutely free!

2) Personalized Pens with 3 unique styles. Free line of personalized laser engraved text is also available for this item.

3) Business Card Flash drives that would make a perfect gift for dad, boyfriends or other working friends. You can choose to engrave some text on the front of it and there's a small hidden USB cable at the back of it. How cool is that!

4) Wooden USB Flash Drives that is very much environment friendly that suits friends whoa re environmental conscious!


There are personalized gifts available enough for everyone! Best of all Pexagon is offering 20% off for the above items until the end of the year. Make a quick move now!



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Peter Pesce said...

I came across your blog today & read it.
Very Nice.  I have some suggestions on what to get all these December
1. A Personalized Baby's

First Christmas Ornament

2. A
Personalized Baby Bib

3. A
Personalized Baby Blanket
All of these Gifts make great Gifts for Babies.
All are Personalized too.

they all come From
Great place to buy Personalized Gifts!

Sally Duffin said...

I sometimes think we expect too much of Christmas Day. We try to crowd into it the long arrears of kindliness and humanity of the whole year. As for me, I like to take my Christmas a little at a time, all through the year. And thus I drift along into the holidays - let them overtake me unexpectedly - waking up some find morning and suddenly saying to myself: "Why, this is Christmas Day!