Kerryn Boogaard Kerryn Boogaard
Beverly Goldsmith Beverly Goldsmith
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Custom and Personalised Stuff Your Kids Will Enjoy:

Here are well-thought-of gifts your children will appreciate.
By Expert Tips
Date: April 26 2021
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Who doesn’t love gifts? And, if those are custom made especially for the receiver? Double wow!  

Imagine, if the excitement level of a grown-up to get a personalised gift is such, how would a kid react to receive a gift that has their name emblazoned on it? 

They would be on top of the world, flaunting the gift to friends, going everywhere (even to the toilet!) with the item — practically inseparable. 

On a serious note, think about the memory the kid is making while having such a fun time with the prized possession. The memory would last many a moon and cause a smile every time it crosses the mind.

After all, that's what we want, right? To see our kids happy!

But the sheer volume of options that we have these days to choose from for just one personalised stuff that the kids will enjoy can make us go crazy. Spoilt for choice! 

Nevertheless, without wasting any further time, let us pick one custom item for every need of our kids.

The Bedroom Ambience

Ramp up the charm-o-meter for your kid’s bedroom with personalised curtain sets that have their favourite cartoon characters printed on them. Or, maybe a custom-made cushion for your kid to snuggle on. Whichever you get, will take them off to a wonderful dreamland every night for sure.

Personal Accessories 

How about gifting a bathrobe in their favourite shade and their initials monogrammed on it? They would never again say no to bath time! Or maybe a lovely pendant or a bracelet just like mom. The only difference their pieces of jewellery would have is their names engraved on each. How cool would that be!

Back to School

With the school year starting in a few weeks, what better gift than Cash’s personalised kids backpack. You could get any design printed on them along with your child’s name. Or a lunch bag maybe, drinks bottle, or stationery supplies: each of these items would make their year-long tryst with education fun and charming.

Habit for Life

Give them the gift of good habit — of saving a penny every day, of reading more, to know more. A pretty little money box with their name printed on it to bank their savings into will instil the habit of saving. Or buy them a National Geographic Kid’s Magazine annual subscription. It would be a monthly delight to receive a magazine that is addressed to them. Such a subscription gift will also fire up the thirst for knowledge in your kid.

Time to Play

Which kid doesn't love a train set, and that too bearing their names? Whether a battery-operated train set or a wooden one, it can make any kid want to play all day long. Alternately, you could get a fluffy, cuddly teddy bear personalised with your kid’s name on it. A word of caution though: You may stand to lose out on the cuddles that you normally got from your kid before the teddy arrived!

We hope these custom and personalised gift ideas will make your life easier and thoroughly delight the receiver.

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